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Let me hold your anxiety

Let me hold your anxiety

Regular price 1 000 SEK
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EACH SCULPTURE IS HANDMADE AND UNIQUE.

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  • One of a kind
  • Handmade
  • Brass

Sometimes it's hard to bear the weight of our emotions alone, and that's when a friend can step in and support. This sculpture depicts a woman standing strong, with open arms, ready to receive and carry the burden of anxiety.

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

My sculptures are made of brass with a base of pigmented concrete, which has been treated with wax to create a glossy surface. 

The contrast between the luster of brass and the robust texture of concrete gives each sculpture a distinct and timeless beauty. I believe these materials complement each other perfectly, imbuing each sculpture with a unique aesthetic that will brighten up your home.

Size: The entire sculpture is approximately 13 cm tall, with the base being about 3 cm high.

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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.