As the world has been turned upside down, and a tiny virus forced mankind to change how we interact with each other, jewellery may be the last thing you want to interact with. What if you look at this tiny object as an expression of thought, freedom, self-value and positivity? This is exactly what I strive for. Take 5 minutes and have a look, come with me to a journey of senses and thoughts:
Inspired by philosophy, the beauty of day-to-day life, Eva's jewelry is characterized by clean lines and sculptural forms. She expresses her love of every piece of jewelry in it, with subtle details, beautiful craftsmanship and emotional depth. Eva creates small series and individual pieces made to measure for fingers, ears and the rest of the body. Social responsibility and environmental protection are very important to her, so wherever possible she uses fair-trade or conflict-free materials.
Hope - noun
Nurturing a wish with anticipation.
To wish with the expectation of fulfillment.
A feeling of expectation and desire that a certain thing will happen.
Wanting for something to happen.
Hope is driving force behind human motivation. This jewellery series takes the symbolic meaning of spring buds cast in silver combined with pearls to a new dimension.
"Happiness resides not in possessions, and not in gold,
happiness dwells in the soul."
Lovestory rings are handcrafted tiny sculptures available in various alloys ranging from sterling silver to 18 ct gold and platinum. Its facets are arranged in a way that by turning it on the finger, the ring reveals always different facets inspired by the twists and turns of a loving relationship.
Unique forged rings inspired by human communication. Each ring started out as two dimensional drawing of an imaginary graphic character, then forged into three dimensional wearable object. The original meaning of each character lives on in the modified form, in the same time it remains hidden from the mind of those who do not wear it.
Moving on. Learning something. Experiencing newness. The joy of forging. This bespoke collier is made of 18 Ct Gold and Palladium. It
is mounted in 50 steps, following the ancient technique of Mokume Gane. An almost meditative process full of the controlled and the accidental.
This series is entirely crafted in stainless steel providing the pieces the lightness and stability of the feeling one gets when breathing in the crisp and clean air in the mountain regions. As human body moves, light falls on the different parts of these pieces giving one the sensation of continuous sparkle.
Contemporary jewellery is my passion. These pieces reveal hidden meanings and represent the poetry behind wereable art. These brooches are unique pieces created out of the photographies of a person, folded into photo-bodies that can be flipped showing various sides of the same photo.
Three brooches made of tantalum and silver. Each brooch stand for a the state-of-mind of a human being in one moment of time. Made of the smae materials still ubiquitous in its form, these brooches represent the change that occurs in the mind and soul of a person as time passes.
"The Wall" Neckpiece under the theme of the refugee crisis since 2015 was created for: Nik Hanton, a fellow contemporary jewellery artist living in New Zealand, in the framework of The
Contemporary Jewellery Exchange 2016.
The Wall is a neckpiece dedicated to all the people who fled from war: the dead and the survivors and interprets the emotional distress of war refugees facing the closed walls of the promised land throughout centuries of mankind's history.