Working with color and shape, Sarah Enoch fabricates unique neckpieces that are reminiscent of Matisse’s cut-outs. Enoch has established her own unique process for creating works that are both voluminous and very wearable.
In my work I am inspired by natural botanicals and landscapes and I am interested in representations of the four seasons. During the last fifteen years I developed a unique technique using thermoplastics such as PE (Polyethylene) and PMMA (Acrylic). This technique is the basis for my research into form, colour and structure.
To me a necklace is a unity, a closed circle where each single part communicates with the next. It is a composition and I direct the outcome of the finished piece by joining individual parts.