This is about looking at life and nature and seeing art where the everyday gaze would only see matter.
It is about making art the way it was always meant to be: with the mind to conceive it, the eye to envision it and the hand to create it.
It is about art flowing out as a creative need even before it has been learnt as a craft—again, the way it should always be.
It is about fine jewelry as an art form that reflects the most seminal movements of painting and sculpture, often on the same piece: representation, abstraction, futurism, art nouveau, surrealism, modernism and the objet trouvé…
It is about fine jewelry that reflects the maker’s - and the wearer’s - mood, be it buoyant, serene, playful, sensual.
About fine jewelry that complements the wearer’s personality rather than compete with it.