I have developed my own style based on colors, simplicity, clean lines, and geometric shapes. I love working on details, that may not be visible to everyone, but are truly important to me.
After ten years of working with polymer clay, there is still an incredible amount of things I would like to create and try. That's what I love about it. Have a look at some of my artwork.
from polymer clay
I made these planters as a project for my online class in the Society and it took me a few days to figure out the construction, color scheme, and pattern. I like how all the scrap clay is hidden inside of these planters, and on the top, you can admire raised organic shapes with white dots as a little detail.
I definitely plan to create more of these and explore all possibilities.
Do you remember tiddlywinks? This new necklace might make you think of them. I sometimes struggle with using patterned slabs, in this case, made with the silkscreen technique combined with one-color circles.
I spent several days developing the hidden construction of this necklace yet in the end, it's a very simple way. The necklace also fits the neck perfectly without any uncomfortable clasps.
The Czech Republic and especially Prague is unique in Cubism. I was inspired by this style where all the complexities were broken down into as simple geometric shapes as much as possible and developed the Cubic Birds collection.
Bird brooches have become very close to my heart because I never make two identical brooches. As a result, each bird is an original piece with a different story behind it.
This was a more advanced project. A lot of patience, precision, and clean finish were needed for its making, but I absolutely love the result of the very modern, minimalistic necklace.
If you are curious about the process of creating this jewelry from making the patterns, beads and to connecting the whole necklace together, check the video tutorial I published on my Youtube channel.