down to the bone
During my walks in the forest I always find bones as relics of wild animals, bleached by sun, rain and wind, the soft parts have rotted away and the pure bone remains as a calcium-containing remnant.
In its original function of carrying and moving body mass, the found bone lives only in its memory. By removing it from the forest floor, the further rotting process is interrupted. With the processing such as the dyeing, the cutting and the assembling of the processed bone fragments, the process of transition to a new purpose takes place. From decline to a new beginning, a rebirth by means of a piece of jewelry.
It is my dedication to the everlasting change in life with hopeful, also colorful new beginnings.