Since 1976, Ted Muehling has been designing jewelry and decorative objects inspired by organic forms found in nature. With the help of a small staff in his New York City studio, he produces multiples as well as one-of-a-kind pieces using such diverse materials as precious and semi-precious metals and stones, pearls, ceramics, stone, plastic, and wood.
“Rocks, shells, eggs, and insects all inspire me, and humble me as a designer,” Muehling has said. “I try to keep shapes restrained, abstracting forms in nature, transforming them through the imperative to make objects that look beautiful and work beautifully. My designs trace the invisible forms that exist between nature and our perceptions of it.”
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