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In 2003 Australian-born painter and sculptor Scosha hopped onto an illegal cargo boat venturing down the Amazon River, observing where salt and fresh waters merged, the pink fresh water dolphins cruising the exotic waters, and the lands that would eventually lead her north to America.


In 2003 Australian-born painter and sculptor Scosha hopped onto an illegal cargo boat venturing down the Amazon River, observing where salt and fresh waters merged, the pink fresh water dolphins cruising the exotic waters, and the lands that would eventually lead her north to America.



Scosha discovered her affinity for the craft of jewelry during years of world travel. Fascinated by how people, objects and places are connected, and what connects them kinetically and energetically, Scosha began to explore what determines the dynamic through symmetry, harmony, conflict or tension between points of contact. 


In hindsight, the Scosha concept was born in 2000 from a vivid memory of a very young girl she met at an orphanage she was visiting in India. In poorer areas throughout the world, children's ears are pierced via needle and thread, where the thread stays until the ear has healed. The beautiful girl had hot pink threads passed through her earlobes and there, dangling from the loop of cotton, was a tiny gold bead. It was this use of textile being attached to the body, and combining it with a traditionally precious material, that struck Scosha as the perfect balance. "If I couldn't take her with me, I wanted to take her ears and put them in my backpack. Unfortunately, neither of these two options came to fruition," says Scosha.

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