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  • One of a kind
  • Handmade
  • Brass

Grief can feel like an emptiness in the body, a hole that nothing seems to fill. This sculpture visualizes the dull feeling of longing and offers a place for reflection and healing.

By embracing our grief, we can find comfort and insight, and slowly begin to see the light again. Let the sculpture be a reminder that even though we have lost a part of ourselves, we can grow and find new light through our journey.

In all my art, I strive to create something that provides reflection, support, and joy in everyday life. Whether it’s earrings, bookmarks, or in this case, sculptures.

My sculptures are made of brass with a base of pigmented concrete that is then treated with wax to create a glossy surface. The contrast between the gloss of the brass and the robust texture of the concrete gives each sculpture a distinct and timeless beauty.

Size: The entire sculpture is about 14.5 cm plus the various heads, the base is about 2.5 cm high.


145 mm

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Ships within 1-2 business days.

If the order also includes a candle holder, bookmark, or earrings that are made to order, I will ship the order within 5-7 business days.

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  • All my pieces are made by hand, one at a time, using my saw and drill press. My sketches go directly onto the metal, and each product is completely unique. That's how I want it.

  • I believe that jewelry can be so much more than just an accessory. It can be a way to express oneself, to heal, and to create a sense of community.

  • My pieces celebrate the strengths and quirks of the female body. My jewelry also serves as a reminder that we are not alone in our struggle against mental illness and loneliness.