I think of jewelry design as a combination of line and color and material that is each time the result of a given frame of mind, of different mental and emotional states.
It is the lines and forms and shapes that we encounter all around us in the natural world, in the street, or in everyday life, or even in the images these trigger in the mind…
The colors that are inherent to the materials, almost invariably requiring special processing before they are revealed…
And finally the materials themselves, whether luxurious, or humble, complementary, or disparate, or ephemeral, worked by hand using traditional and modern techniques to produce a range of unique pieces.
My aim is to create jewelry that is flawless in terms of construction and finish, perfectly fitting the human anatomy so that it becomes an essential and cherished accessory, setting off the personality of the wearer.
I saw the beautiful jewelry by Maria Tsimpiskaki during the last edition of the JOYA fair in Barcelona. If you go to Munich this week, don’t miss the stand she will share with Niki Stylianou in Inhorgenta, the jewelry fair that will be celebrated in this city from February 14th to 17th. Her page on Klimt02 by clicking here and her page on Facebook by clicking here.
Vaig veure les joies de la Maria Tsimpiskaki durant la passada edició de la fira JOYA a Barcelona. Si aneu a Munich aquesta setmana no us perdeu l’stand que compartirà amb la Niki Stylianou a Inhorgenta, la fira de joieria que es celebrarà en aquella ciutat del 14 al 17 de febrer. La seva pàgina al Klimt02 clicant aquí i la seva pàgina al Facebook clicant aquí.