Always searching for the way to call my own, I have questioned rules and rejected ready-made solutions. My creative practice is guided by a continuous exploration of meanings, interpretations and contexts; my creative imagination is based on contrast and subversion, deconstruction and renegotiation.

I am fascinated by the inexhaustible potential and diversity of life in all its forms and parameters, its simultaneous ambiguity, power and fragility. The inspiration for my work comes to the same degree from nature, human environment and fantasy. 

My love of material, colour, texture, intrigue and juxtaposition can be seen very clearly in the jewellery I create and admire. Although often uncomplicated in shape and structure my objects can be loaded with meanings and interpretations. A piece can be seen as a playful provocation, a quiet act of defiance or a self-directed declaration of quiet confidence and caring self-love.

My current direction is towards creation of unique pieces and small collections of contemporary jewellery. For that I use precious and non-precious metals, stones and a variety of natural and man-made materials. I often experiment with materials. My most favourite item of jewellery is a brooch with its unlimited possibilities of sculptural expression and ability to creatively accommodate the full range of materials and techniques.


Shows and Events

10-12 July 2018: City Lit Art Show : SAFEHOUSE 2, London,  UK

28 June - 1 July 2018 : City Lit Jewellery Exhibition : Red Gallery, Rivington Street, London, UK

15 June - 14 July 2018 : Polished : Morley College, London, UK

9 June - 21 July 2018 : ACJ Choice: Summer : New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, UK

18-20 May 2018 : Handmade Oxford : Oxford Town Hall : Oxford, UK

8 January - 17 February 2018 : Lustre : Morley College, London, UK

16 June - 24 July 2017 : Divergence : Morley College, London, UK

March 2016 : MADE 2016 Drawing Painting Sculpture : Morley College, London, UK


Member

Association for Contemporary Jewellery

Craft Central

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