Kaputar Pink brooch is a one of a kind jewellery piece from the collection Orbis Regius made in 2018. Pure form is interrogated in a way that reveals its twisted and splintered structure. This apparent chaos actually constructs the body of the jewelry pieces. The internal disorder produces the bar even while splitting it. It is actually constructed out of fragments of that world.
Kaputar Pink brooch is unique, different and asymmetrical! The body of the piece is made of one piece driftwood and citrine. This rainbow pink colour brooch sparkles in daylight. The light weight of the driftwood makes it a perfect jewellery material, that can be also coloured in a variety of bright colours. The shape of the Kaputar Pink brooch is inspired by fuchsia blossoms. You can combine this brooch with the Titanium Opal Earrings. For me, to create jewellery, is to make the inner world visible. Colours and forms of biological organisms transformed in the mind and through the hands. Amidst the chaos, there is harmony. Millions of fascinating species depend on each other. Some of them fall into oblivion. I want to protect and cherish the natural world. Nature itself defies expectations and comprehensibility. The opulence of color combinations, paired with materials like titanium and wood result in fantasy creations which approach real sea animals in different ways.
An orchestra of galaxies sending signals of colorful tones swinging over the seas, breach the water surface without splash. A taste explosion, fabulous naked miracle of surprise, the true colour of orgiastic blossom. Planet of drops, the horizon is a geyser. The perfection of nature’s forms and the beauty of the material challenge me, Sometimes it’s driftwood of an insanely knotted shape, pieces of coral, petrified sea shell, amber or a sea urchin skeleton. It’s about unusual combinations: soft and amorphous – hard and edged – translucent and matt light bodies. The gracile and grotesque-looking deep-sea organisms could be also figments. Nature and phantasy becomes one. My jewellery objects are materialized imaginations. It’s not how the things really are. How they could be – that is the point of aesthetical capability.