The Cupido Minimus Necklace from the Crystal Odyssey collection was 2016 awarded with First Prize in Arts and Craft International Design Award.
The interaction between living and non-living elements and systems interest me since I was making jewellery. Using natural materials like fish bones is in my work important. In addition with colours, the size and the texture has become significantly more specific.
Textured surface of the fragile fish bones reminds melted sand grains. The colour is sky-blue and white. Gold-colored micro granules look like sediments in the water where the Necklace has its colour from.
I find my inspiration in the nature. It has perfected her forms about milliards of years; to imitate their creations is for me natural.
Our world functions within the limitations of our senses and perceptions
Whatever we do not know, we either say that it is non-existent or abstract.
The Cupido Minimus Necklace is for me an object, which communicates on non-verbal level. Jewellery emits signals. The signals which originate from thought, ideas and concepts. These pulsate in the space and communicate. Above all, my main idea is to show jewellery as an object which becomes its power by wearing on human body.
_Imagine your boat drifting in the winds
towards the stars of Crystal Odyssey
nothing is real
everything is fantasy
kaleidoscope skies with your head in the clouds
there is a place of diamond fields
lonely hearts standing there
where are they coming from_