Portfolio > Designs (Geoms)

Cubic Links
12mm glass bugle beads, nylon thread
37 cm lenght (top to bottom), 30 gr
2010
Choker made with 12 mm iridescent blue and purple glass bugle beads
12mm glass bugle beads, nylon thread, magnetic clips
2010
Triple Lozenge Mesh Geom ~ Necklace
6 mm glass bugle beads
2010
Flower of life Cintemani
Bugle beads and Swarowski crystals
10 cm with 0.8 mm thichness
2011
Seljuk Lace choker
6 mm glass bugle beads
2010
Circular burgundy neck-piece
large glass beads and nylon thread
2013
Geometric contemporary Jewellery with glass buggle beads
glass silver bugle beads and nylon thread
2011
Dodecahedron Marvel necklace
Glass bugle beads, glass marbles
2009
Platonic
6 mm glass bugle beads, nylon thread, magnetic clips
2010
geometric jewellery made with glass bugle beads
Hand made bead-work with glass bugle beads, and magnetic clasp.
Short necklace
2010
$350
Black & White Geom Pendant
Hand made bead-work with glass bugle beads and Swarovski crystals.
Diameter: external ball ~ 3.8 cm; crystals 1 cm
2011
$70
Short necklace with truncated icosahedron structural beads
Hand made bead-work with iridescent glass bugle beads and Swarovski crystals.
Diameter: each ball 1.8 cm; crystals 0.8 cm
2011
$200
Platonic Cocoons
Iridescent blue/purple seed beads and silver chain.
2012
Large wearable art piece
Glass beads and nylon thread
2013
Construct-Deconstruct Geom - neck piece
Silver and black glass bugle beads
2011
Circular Ripples ~ neck & chest piece
(10mm glass silver bugle beads)
2011
Circular Ripples chest piece
Glass beads and nylon thread
2011
Lace Collar
Silver foil 10 mm glass bugle beads and nylon thread
2014
Cylindrical Mesh Marvel
Glass beads, nylon thread and glass marbles
2011
Cylindrical Mesh Marvel ~ large necklace
(Glass bugle beads and glass marbles)
2011

In my designs, I enjoy exploring the geometric structures and patterns embedded at the core of all living forms. I apply this to wearable objects, to create delicate, simple, and reproducible jewelry pieces. These explorations combine with my inspirations and my industrial design background and shape my designs.

My jewelry pieces, affectionately called Geoms, are lovingly handcrafted, combining two-dimensional bead-work and three-dimensional beading, in silver and/or, glass bugle beads, threaded together with a nylon thread. To this medium, I sometimes add Swarovski crystals, glass marbles, leather thread and silver chains.

“Jewelry, especially beaded jewelry, has symbolism and meaning. It means different things to different people, and throughout history, it has been more than just wearable art.” Anon.

I also love to work on large-scale delicate and intricate handmade wearable contemporary pieces that are more theatrical. The humble glass bugle bead is an element that supports the exploration of geometrical patterns and structures.

The act of doing, by handcrafting these geometric patterns and structures with little elements (the beads) and a continuous uniting thread, emphasises the Interconnectedness and the omnipresence of sacred geometric patterns and structures, and acts as a reminder of our relationship to the whole.

“Beads as inspiring symbols of the cultural and spiritual aspirations of every major ethnic group and geographical region.” Liu, R. K. 1995. Collectible Beads: a Universal Aesthetic, Ornament Inc.