Erica Rosenfeld uses glass, found materials, beads, and food to create sculpture and jewelry, which remain her primary mode of expression. She began beading at the age of five, from which she realized a consistent impulse to create cohesive, sometimes incongruous, mosaics from smaller components. In her twenties, she began working with glass, both blowing and kiln working. Her instinct was, and remains, to sculpt and carve glass, creating form from seemingly shapeless substance.
Rosenfeld makes all of her jewelry by blowing and fusing canes of glass. She then slices, carves and sews the pieces together with seed beads. Each series of cane is made around every 5 months. Therefore designs change every six months.