Gogo: Nature Transformed-Book
Sarah Schleuning (Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, High Museum of Art)
with introduction by Mikhail Baryshnikov
"Gogo: Nature Transformed explores the role the natural environment plays in shaping the jewelry and homewares created by Georgia designer, Janet "Gogo" Ferguson.
Cumberland Island, the southernmost barrier island on the Georgia coast, plays a formative role in Gogo's work as both her home base and her main source of inspiration. From the bones of animals to shells and seaweed washed ashore, nature provides the foundation for the elegant and eclectic works of wearable art produced under Gogo's creative lens."
(Originally printed for an exhibit at the High Museum of Art Atlanta)