Designer Yucen Wavy Tang

Yucen Wavy Tang was born and raised in Suzhou, China. She attended Academy of Art University in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree of Architecture, and got her MFA in Jewelry design in 2014, followed by her first solo exhibition in San Francisco based on her thesis "self-discovery", and several juried exhibitions, including the IMPACT Juried Exhibition in Brookline Arts Center. 

The main materials of wavy's jewelry are silver, enamel and mirrored acrylic. By making amoeba inspired jewelry in enamel, wavy's trying to express her feeling of realizing herself.  In her jewelry works, design too becomes a medium for expression of identity, and self exploration becomes self invention. Outward visualizations of microbiological motifs represent the internal process of self-discovery, made manifest at a macro level. 

With the working experience with jewelry artist Emiko Oye and BCBG Max Azria Group, wavy created her own style of presenting fashion in her thesis work. Now wavy's design is more sophisticated and professional and she is trying to create her own designer label "Studio Wavy", with a series of fashion-comtemporary art combined jewelries.