Drawn to the compelling contrast between modern and organic imagery. Kelly Nedderman’s artistry thrives in the realms of fashion and sculpture. Her innovative small metal art designs bring abstraction and intrigue to delightfully wearable jewelry. In practicing her craft she has melded her textile work into components used in her jewelry. Shapes and patterns are merged together with simple geometrical forms, creating rhythm and contrast. Currently based in the San Francisco bay area, she has exhibited locally and nationally. In addition, she received the prestigious Honorary Merit Award from the Metal Arts Guild and is featured in the 2008 book 500 Pendants and Lockets: Contemporary Interpretations of Classic Adornments.