down to the bone
When I take bones of wild animals from the forest floor, I interrupt the decomposition process, think about the past creatures and have the first basic ideas for further processing. Then, through the coloring, the transition to a new purpose begins. The past life of the animal is only present through material. It is deciphered by fragmentation and coloring and no longer recognized or assigned. I select the colored fragments and arrange them according to my imagination in the form of a piece of jewelry.