Sunday, December 18, 2011



I finally moved to Munich to try my creative development and potential. I decided to learn with Otto künzli. There are very classical beautiful pastel colour houses in Munich. Very good for creative people, I have been always inspiring.


Friday, April 1, 2011

Hatched National Graduate Show 2011

Hatched National Graduate Show 2011

16 April - 5 June 2011
All PICA Spaces

The show always offers a broad array of mediums and new approaches to contemporaryart practice. This year is no exception. 35 artists from 20 of the country's most prestigious art institutions have embraced diverse art forms, such as painting, collage, photography, ceramics, printmaking, textiles, performance, video, sound art and mechanical engineered installations to express their social concerns. The show sees an ambitious group of artists keen to critique the conditions of our time, unpacking issues such as ethics, consumerism, depression and body. My works " microcosm ring"
will be shown as the body of work!


I lived in Melbourne for about 6 years, studying, creating, There were special place for me and I was learned so many things there. I miss you!


Friday, October 1, 2010

microcosm ring series
In this Series of works titled “Microcosm” I have explored the idea of the miniature world, a place of wonder, full of possibilities and discoveries. A little place that engages the imagination and draws you in and for an instant you feel as though you are a part of that tiny world.

Taking a very organic and playful approach to constructing these series of rings I let my intuition and imagination guide me. Using silver, brass or copper sheet to build the main structure, the ring is then built up with layers of different resins. Texture and colour are added with acrylic paint, glass beads and different finishing techniques. Semi precious stones are added sometimes in an obvious position of show and other times in a hidden corner where only the close observer discovers it. Resins versatility allows me to experiment and explore with texture, form and colour in a way that deviates from the traditional idea of jewellery design.

Each work is an organic construction that takes on it’s own life during making, constantly evolving and changing. I like to think that each work is not ‘made’ but in a sense it ‘grows’ into existence. Much like microcosms in nature you feel drawn into this world of miniature to look and touch and really experience and engage with each piece.