• my art studio
    Jewelry Design

    My Life as a Wire Artist and Jewelry Maker

    This is where all begins: my little studio in Jersey City, New Jersey. I used to work mostly in the Caribbean, but after hurricanes (two years ago), I moved up here. My studio is full of boxes, wires, beads, glue, tools… also dreams, many dreams. All my dreams are woven into the wire. I let my imagination go wild and I follow the wire. That’s how things come alive. It’s so much fun! I constantly change my designs, they are never the same, that is why I always say that my pieces can not be replicated 100%. My first tree of life pendant came like this. I liked the free-form…

  • Gaia Earth Goddess
    Wire Art

    Gaia, Earth Goddess Wire Art

    Today I would like to introduce my latest wire art, which is a large wall decor piece, 25″x25″. It is my own vision of Mother Nature, Gaia, the Earth Goddess. It took a while to finish it, 6 month or so, because I worked only when I had spare time and inspiration. My art pieces are all free-form, no drafts or drawings, I basically go with the flow. Here is the final piece, hanging on my wall. … and a close-up, to check those details… I remember the first steps. I started with a head… experimenting the wire twisting technique. I had no idea what will come out of that…

  • My Dragoneye Bracelet
    Handmade Jewelry

    Dragon-eye Cuff Bracelet

    This is my dragon-eye cuff bracelet. I was planning to write a tutorial… but who was I kidding? Look at this bracelet!!!! Do you think that it is possible to write a SHORT tutorial???? I don’t think so. It would be 100’s pages long 🙂 Many steps are involved in this project… I doubt I can replicate the whole process… that is why my wire wrapped pieces are all different. 🙂 I can’t even take a good picture of this amazing bracelet. I want to show its fully three-dimensional body. I think this pic is OK, I am using my dragon burner as a prop. I hope you like it.…

  • my dream catchers
    Dream Catchers

    My Dream Catchers

    Hello my friends! Today I want to answer a question that many of my customers ask: How big are my dream-catchers? I have full descriptions in my Etsy Shop, but I guess people do not like to read the details. So here are some photos I took recently. So… they are approximately 15″ long, 7-8″ diameter! Not those types of dream-catchers you hang on your rear-view mirror. Want to see some more designs? Visit my store >>>> HERE. PS – Want to be one of the first to find out about new designs and product releases? How about special sales? >>> Join my email list!

  • cord pendant
    Tutorials

    Dragon-eye Pendant with Flower

    I made a dragon eye pendant with a little flower detail, I thought I would share some pictures. I got into the habit of taking picture while pieces are still in works, everybody loves that! So, here is the pendant. I used natural copper wire, and a little flower bead, did you noticed it? The eye is hand painted on a glass cabochon. I also used 5 black tourmaline beads for added protection 🙂 … and here are some “work-in-progress” shots. I grouped them in collages, so this post doesn’t get too long. This pendant features a large bail, so it can be worn on any cord or chain. My…