Kashmir brooch was made at the end of 2018 and first exhibited at the exhibition MICROVITA: Jewellery and Photography, Viktoria Münzker & Jan Ferus. This one of a kind brooch is made of driftwood painted blue, fish bone – operculum coated with gold coloured metal sheet, bronze, silver and a herkimer diamond.
Microvita jewellery – this collection is inspired of the theory of Microvita. Micro- Small; Vita- Living. Like a figment of my imagination. Reality as lifestyle is too confining, it is a collective feeling. Doors to the other worlds – Doors to other perception – Doors of fantasy and jewelry. An infinite metamorphosis of a butterfly and life. Unrestless energy changes its form, in one moment body to spirit, in another thought to word. Word turns to act, act turns to character. Materials’ metamorphose change the colour and composition. It takes a new shape and charisma. It represents a thought of an immortal energy. Micro-life creating structure. Organized creativity particles.
Jewellery as artistic medium celebrates passionate love for all human assets and its freedom of expression. Jewellery embodies emotions, it materializes itself in its thoughts and symbolizes its stance. The growth, the symbiosis of the material and the idea, to show how true life is.