Kathleen Jackson is a contemporary jewellery designer who likes to bread the boundaries: interested in people’s relationships between jewellery and the human body.
These pieces are made from a prosthetic gelatin which are stuck to the skin using prosthetic glue; Jackson then blends the gelatin into skin through using gelatin blender and rubber mask grease paints. I think her jewellery is subtle and soft because of the way Jackson has skillfully blended the prosthetic gelatin; merging it with the human skin.
She successfully and delicately adorns the figure whilst emphasising the natural organic shape of the human form. Beautiful.