Trained in architecture, Rameen currently works as a metal artist and has been involved in the Tucson arts community for more than 25 years. She has taught art and design to children, teens, and adults in private studio settings, schools, and after-school programs for more than 10 years. As a metalsmith/jeweler, she creates small, wearable sculptures, exhibited nationally and internationally. Rameen holds a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from University of Wisconsin, and both a bachelor and master’s degrees in architecture from the University of Arizona.
I am intrigued with the visual change in three-dimensional design through one’s physical movement. I see my art as a miniature form of that experience. My compositions embody designs that could adorn a person, but I see them as an extension of play between a body and the piece. The movement within the piece, intending to entice the viewer or wearer into a spatial dialogue, is what equates it to wearable sculpture. The overall effect is to create a hint of whimsy within the critically composed piece of art. I love to share my experience as an artist with others. My proudest moments have been nurturing vibrant visual art-making in my students!