Thank you 2016 for all the wonderful people you’ve made me meet, for all the places you took me to, for all the great joy you brought into my life and even more for the fails, the tears, the deaths and resurrections, for all the metamorphoses that happened behind the skin.
Welcome 2017! You’ll be even better cause we’re older and wiser! 🙂 I just can’t wait!!! 😀
And, at the end of this year, a thought of gratitude goes to all of you who appreciate and support my work! Thank you all!!!
I’m presenting you L U S H – 2016 fall collection of eco jewelry.
It’s rich, it’s warm, it’s chunky! It’s inspired by Tuscan sunsets through the cypress and Mediteranean pine trees and over the mild sea. It’s here to bring you joy and inspiration!
This post is a testimony of gratitude for such a wonderful moment, seing Maria Raducanu, an exceptional Romanian jazz singer, on stage, in this marvelous place – Banffy Castle in Bontida, Romania, And, on top of it, having the chance to show my appreciation for her in a small but very meaningful gesture, offering her one of my favourite necklace, tahat I was wearing that night.
The fish swimmed to another sea leaving me with the memory of an unique moment. 🙂
Thank you Maria for your wonderful voice and for the warm, powerful and senstive person that you are!
photo credits: Dora Bora Photography
TIFF #15 is here!!!
Make sure you have all the details checked out and don’t forget to accessorize yourself with this special earrings made of an archive TIFF poster of the #11 edition.
As all my recycled paper beads, they’re carefully varnish and assembled so you can feel secure and special wearing an unique piece of jewelry.
Tonight, we put on our special TIFF earrings and go to see a special movie. We don’t wanna miss the most important movie event of the year: Transylvanian International Film Festival in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Enjoy your evening! Enjoy your movie! Enjoy your earrings! 😉
I thought it would be interesting to mention the music that accompanies me in making jewelery. Because music is also important to me and I think it is, somehow part of the process.
So, lately I left myself drifted into deeply misterious realms of delicate poety and sound by the music of David Sylvian.
This is an interview for Look Plus TV, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Not much to say about this set… 🙂
I’ll just let you enjoy the music that kept me company in making it: