Jewellery’s primary purpose has always been to adorn.
Other types of objects or sculptural forms I make address the senses and transmit an idea, some feeling.
The final forms of my pieces are the result of an exciting give-and-take between me and the material I use: how far will it let me impose my will and skills, and when comes the point where I have to comply with the limitations of each material?
Necklace ‘Wreath’, bronze iron
‘Bracelet Balance’, hammered bronze and iron
Mobile ‘Come Together’, bronze, 2012
Earrings ‘Triple Grains’, hammered bronze
Chain ‘First Steps’, hammered bronze
Chain ‘Pine Needles’, hammered bronze
Necklet ‘Drops’, hammered bronze, iron
Earrings ‘Ray’, hammered iron, 22Kt gold, rubies
Earrings ‘Up and Down’, hammered iron, 22Kt gold, rubies
Earrings ‘Orpheus’, hammered, gold plated bronze,
Pendant ‘Agamemnon’, hammered bronze
Earrings ‘Eight Cents for Jingle Bells’, hammered silver, cut and formed 2Cent copper coins
Neckpiece ‘Con Brio’, hammered bronze
Neckpiece ‘Con Brio’, hammered bronze, front view
Neckpiece ‘Con Brio’, bronze, back view