Mallory Weston is an artist currently living and working in Philadelphia, PA. Her work involves a marriage between traditional jewelry techniques and textile techniques and she creates large-scale wearable pieces that allow metal to move with the fluidity of fabric. She received her MFA in Jewelry + Metalsmithing from Rhode Island School of Design, graduating in 2013. Mallory currently works as an Assistant Professor of Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. In addition to her career as an educator, she maintains an active studio practice as a member of the JV Collective, a group of six female art jewelers that’s anchored in Philadelphia but national in scope. Her work was most recently featured in the solo exhibitions Knock Off at Platina Galerie in Stockholm and Of Ophidia at Sienna Patti Contemporary in Massachusetts . She is an engaged participant in the global art jewelry community, regularly participating in group exhibitions both nationally and internationally and collaborating with other makers and artistic platforms. Her work can be found in the permanent collection of the CODA Museum and Design Museum Den Bosch in the Netherlands.