Text and work: Yael Friedman.
In this collection I connect nature and jewelry, real and fictional, creating a series of works with the theme ‘flora and fauna’ in mind.
Designing the pieces in 3D software, I use an assemblage of parts, which characterize different species, as a representation of nature.
Each series reflect on different topics: Mandala series represent the intricacies of nature, Habitat look at the beauty of reproduction, and Bees series is a reminder of the importance of each creature in the circle of life.
I view jewelry as an interactive art form; throughout more than two decades of jewelry design, I have been constantly examining new forms, materials, techniques, and technologies to create contemporary and innovative jewelry art.
My very short bio goes like this: Graduated from Bezalel academy of Art in Jerusalem Israel with a BFA in jewelry design and MFA in industrial design, and wrote…
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