MIRKA JANECKOVA

Porcelain and silver jewellery inspired by Surrealism, colour white and the deep sea.

I am Czech jeweller, now living and working in Glasgow, Scotland , exhibiting both in UK and internationally  (Art Jewellery Bienalle Beijing 2013, Mano Gallery, Taiwan, finalist of BKV prize 2014, Munich)

Artist's Statement

I see my jewellery as a container for wearer’s emotions, memories and hopes. For creating my recent work I was inspired by surrealism colour white and the deep waters.

My pieces refer to the body in an abstract way, exploring the relationship between people and their subconscious mind.

I am concentrating on using only ‘white’ materials as porcelain, silver, aluminium and textile to create playful, poetic pieces. White light contains all the others colour of the spectrum so for me it is a symbol of the unity.

I experiment with hybrid metal-porcelain jewellery. I develop an innovative ways of applying traditional metalsmith techniques onto porcelain such as casting porcelain in place and cloisonné enamel on porcelain

Further Images

Rings

Rings

Porcelain and casted silver rings

Layers Bracelet

Layers Bracelet

Porcelain, aluminiun and silk

Layers Neckpiece

Layers Neckpiece

Casted porcelain, felt, thread


White collection

White collection

ayers Brooch

ayers Brooch

Porcelain and silver brooch

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