Pink copper alloy. Hammered.
With my jewelry, I want to adorn the person who will wear it, underlining their personality as much as my own.
I hammer on round metal wire, to give it the shape I want. The resilience the metal thus acquires, allows me to omit all added-on hanging closures or security devices, in order for the overall design to take over these functions.
No part of the wire remains unworked, so that the light may travel upon and be reflected by the surfaces created through the hammering.
If the metal resists, I have to change the initial design. Through this intense interaction, my jewelry and other objects come into being.