Cindy Hsu Zell shares her newest tabletop forms and hanging wall sculptures with us in her Los Angeles studio.
“I am respectful of the quantity and quality of work I put out into the world. Each piece is meant to last and is made through a process that is slow, small, and intentional.”
“My technique for spinning rope is a careful and meditative process that results in a contrast between the softness of the fibers and the tension required to hold it together.”
“My approach to art stems from a love of nature and movement as well as a deep curiosity about form, texture, and minimalism.”
“My work embraces interaction, touch, and the spirit of the handmade.”