Chloe Romanos is a jeweller working with traditional goldsmithing techniques. She is a member of the Guild of Jewellery Designers.
Each creation is individually handcrafted using recycled silver or gold and incorporating colourful gemstones. Her background in archaeology and her fascination for art history has inspired her to explore metal transformation and texture, in order to create meaningful and sensitive statement pieces that capture the beauty of small details.
"I like to create statement jewellery (mainly rings, necklaces and earrings) that stands out on the body. I imagine and design pieces that are like small pieces of wearable art. Each creation has a story behind it, from the winged creations inspired by French Art Nouveau to the textured effects I love to use, that are a reminiscence of the worn aspect of archaeological artefacts dug up from the ground. I also like to let my imagination be guided by memories of inspiring places I have visited or quotes from books and poems I have read."
This year I am exhibiting with painter Karina Tarin and concrete artist Kathy Shaw.
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