Jewellery inspired by landscapes of deep silences, rough textures, fragmented hoarse and soft sounds. Unrefined but delicate handmade jewellery made of patina silver and 18 carat gold.
I always knew I would be an artist even when I was little and didn’t really know what art was. Although I was brought up in a large town in Lithuania, as a child we often went to the woods and lakes, where the textures and shapes of stones, moss, wood, enchanted me. I always took something back home with me like a piece of tree bark, or moss, a stone or a pine cone to remind me of that special moment. The hardest thing was to find my art speciality, as I was into everything – painting, photography, calligraphy, interior design etc. until I found that perfect fit – jewellery as an art form. Then I knew I would be a jewellery artist, working with precious metals. I found that exceptional something I had looked for all my life.
I studied first in art school in Lithuania. My skills in jewellery design come from my studies at the Lithuania National Arts Academy where I received my professional degree in Jewellery in 2012. I now have my own studio and fully equipped workshop in Brightwalton, in Berkshire, UK.
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