Erica Rosenfeld lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Rosenfeld uses glass, found materials, and beads to create sculpture and jewelry. Rosenfeld’s jewelry is inspired by Mid-Century Modern design and Turn of the Century Viennese design. All of the work is made from blown, hot-worked, and carved glass. The process includes blowing and fusing canes of glass. She then slices, carves and sews the pieces together with seed beads. Cane series, and jewelry designs change in six months increments, so there is always something new to discover.
Her own work is held in private and public collections nationally and has been featured in exhibitions at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, Kentucky Museum of Art, Racine Art Museum of American Glass, Millville, NJ and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI. Erica has taught at Pilchuck Glass School, Urban Glass, The Corning Museum and Worchester Center for Crafts; she has been a visiting artist at Tyler School of Art, San Jose State, University of the Arts, Pratt University and University of Louisville. Her work is included in the collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, The Essex Peabody Museum, The Toledo Museum of Art, and The Museum of American Glass.