Past Works

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Jewelries

I have been involved in jewelry making since 2008 but back then I never consider the art as my true media. I was going to be a fashion designer at first but along the way I found that making jewelries are far more rewarding for me – especially because I love gemstones so much.

I was being introduced to wires as means to wrap and make jewelry in early 2009. These are my past works as I was trying to “find” my way into the art.

This is my work before I was introduced to wirework. I love this combination but there was always this

This is my work before I was introduced to wirework. I love this combination but there was always this “unsatisfied” feelings because I cannot incorporate any more ¬†into the construction.

A good friend that I met in Multiply said that she wanted to see me

A good friend that I met in Multiply said that she wanted to see me “making wire jewelries” and so she sent me the materials to make this – my very first wire jewelry. I will never sell this piece because this piece is the first that opened up my doors to the wire jewelry world.

This is the last pendant I made in 2010 - and after that I entered a series of failures until I decided to take a long hiatus until 2012. Why Texas? I got the stones from the Alamo. I had a very good opportunity to visit the United States back in 1998, escorting my mom to attend my brother's graduation in UT at Austin. I love the USA and every bit part of it - still do, too bad that perhaps now it won't be so easy for me to get a visa to visit there.  I still remember the dry summer air and how my lungs felt so free of the humidity. My brother took us to see the Alamo and they got this cool 5 bucks all-you-can take stones. I think those are really precious tumblers, ha ha. I made a pendant out of it and it was sold to another friend. I will always remember Texas ... the only place where I can eat like a pig and lost 5 kgs in just two weeks, LOL.

This is the last pendant I made in 2010 – and after that I entered a series of failures until I decided to take a long hiatus until 2012.

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A happy wife, mother of two amazing sons, half-born spiritualist, gems lover, Tarotier, translator by day and jewelry artist by night. I enjoy life as it goes.

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