Erica Rosenfeld realiza esculturas y joyas en vidrio utilizando diferentes técnicas, desde muy chica se dedica al arte.
Ha dado clases de vidrio en las mejores escuelas de arte en vidrio de EEUU.
Erica began beading when she was five and came to glass in her early twenties. The jewelry and sculpture she makes stem from the ritualistic nature of her childhood art. She combines various glass and beading techniques to create labor intensive, kinetic jewelry and sculpture.
There are many technical, stylistic and thematic connections Erica finds between her functional and sculptural work. Erica is also one of the founding members of the performance group “The Burnt Asphalt Family” who uses various glass and cooking techniques to create glass performances set in the post-war era.
Aside from her own creative aspirations and performances, Erica also teaches. Past teaching endeavors include stints at Urban Glass, The Corning Museum, Worchester Center for Crafts, and teacher assistant at Northlands School for Glass and Pilchuck School for Glass. Erica’s work has been published in a wide range of popular magazines and well-respected trade journals, including “The New York Times,” “New Glass Review”, “Glass Magazine”, “American Craft,” “New York Magazine” , “In Style” and “Glashaus”. You can find her production line of jewelry in stores nationwide. She also regularly shows her sculpture pieces and limited edition jewelry internationally.