Ivey Jane Holt’s Mush Mirror is a captivating exploration of form and reflection, where the mirror is seamlessly integrated into the frame. This innovative design, reminiscent of a rib-eye steak, holds personal significance for Ivey, evoking fond memories of her mother.
Crafted from recycled glass tiles meticulously assembled on a sculpted base, the Mush Mirror is a testament to Ivey’s creative ingenuity. Its versatility allows it to be hung on a wall or casually leaned against one, providing a dynamic visual presence wherever it resides.
Ivey, an emerging artist and designer based in Brooklyn, New York, possesses a unique creative journey marked by self-discovery and experimentation. While lacking formal training in art or design, she has forged her own path, developing a distinctive style characterized by unconventional applications of everyday materials.
Her creative wellspring draws deeply from the enchanting forms of nature and the female figure, resulting in curvaceous and sensual sculptures that seem to capture the essence of a dance frozen in time. Ivey’s work effortlessly balances whimsy and sophistication, offering a delightful fusion of playfulness and elegance. Her studio, bathed in sunlight in the heart of Bushwick, serves as the vibrant backdrop for her joyful creative process.