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Mag. Art VIKTORIA MÜNZKER
Blue necklace with wood
portrait Viktoria Münzker Ferus

I'm a professional jewellery artist born in Slovakia and living in Austria. Since 2005 I'm taking part in international awards and exhibitions. 2012 I’ve won the first prize “Azur” Jewellery Art Contest International Baltic Jewellery Show ‘AMBER TRIP’, Vilnius Lithuania, 2013 First prize in Gioielli in Fermento Torre Fornello Award, Italy and 2016 First Prize in Arts and Craft International Design Award.

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Brooch Lavandula

750,00 

“Brooch Lavandula” is made in 2019 for the collection Cycles of Nature.

This brooch is made of driftwood ( lacquered lilac and with 5 layers of transparent lacquer), wood with a cotton ball inside, ametrine set in silver 925, micro granules, steel needle.

The size is 12 x 9 x 4 cm and the weight is 36,3 gram.

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Brooch Lavandula from the Cycles of Nature collection symbolizes the perfect stage created by nature. There is a source, a connection and motivation. It doesn’t matter which time or place. It’s only one thing and multiple possibilities. I choose work in, and for art, creating jewellery, to make my inner world visible. Colours and forms of biological organisms transformed in my mind.

The perfection of nature’s forms and the beauty of the material challenge me to create jewellery pieces of resemblant quality. Sometimes, my workbench looks like a natural history collection: Driftwood of a wayward-knotted shape, pieces of coral, lichen, dried scale of a carp, petrified sea shell, amber or a sea urchin skeleton gather there.

Brooch Lavandula has a soft lilac and red colour combination. It has a one of a kind faceted ametrine stone, cut by me. You can discover another faceted stones cut by myself in the Journal GEMSTONE FACETING FOR PASSION.

As a starting point, I use raw material but also already cut, older and broken stones. The more complicated the work is, the greater the challenge. A challenge for me is always the theme which I process in my collections and single pieces.

Divergent material properties meet another in unusual combinations: soft and amorphous runs into hard and edged, translucent stones into mat light absorbing bodies. Animal, botanic and mineral seems to flow fluently into each other. My jewellery objects are materialized imaginations. It’s not how the things really are. How they could be – that is the point of aesthetic capability. They appear strange, till we realize a reflection of our own psyche in it. The creations origin in deeper layers of human consciousness. Feelings, wishes, fears and instincts drift on the bottom of the soul. I love to dive. Into the depth of the oceans, into the colours of nature, into subconscious.