Good enough to eat
These sculptures are perfection and truly look good enough to eat!
As a medium, resin has allowed me to bring life to my sculptures with a juxtaposition of rich colors, textures, opacity, and translucency. After years of learning how to work with this challenging material, the results that I can achieve with resin are well worth the time and patience required to create a single sculpture. In order to turn my design ideas into reality, I must push the resin to its limits - a process I very much enjoy.I have always been inspired by the universal recognition of the frozen treats that bring joy to people worldwide. The sizes, shapes, and flavors of these treats vary depending on culture, but they bring smiles to people just the same. It is my intention to spark joy and inspire nostalgia by utilizing the unifying form of the ice pop. If I can connect with someone across the world over a simple thing like an ice pop, then I feel like I have created a sense of unity and positive connection. Why are they melting? This element begs for the sculptures to be rescued. Once saved from impending doom, the sculpture is then coveted in its partially melted form. The perfectly imperfect half melted sculpture is the epitome of the series title “Tragically Sweet.”Betsy EnzensbergerLos Angeles, CA