In a previous post, I gave you a sneak peek of Claudia Cherubini's artistic talent. This week I finally managed to go through the pictures of her creations, which we took during my Easter break in Orvieto*. When she showed me her pieces, I was not only impressed by their originality and craftsmanship, but I was fascinated to listen Claudia talking about her collections and approach to design.
For Claudia, inspiration is everywhere: in the Etruscan art (which is a fundamental part of the cultural heritage of my region) and in the nature (in its broader sense). Natural elements as well as traits of the human character are very present in Claudia's creative universe. Some of her most beautiful collections are named "Aroma" - jewels made by a wonderful mix of real spices like cinnamon and nutmeg with silver elements - and "Seven Deadly Sins" - a collection of elaborated pieces in silver and semi-precious stones through which the designer wanted to show the 'beauty' of sins.
Claudia does not have a shop because she told me that one of the most important things to keep her fantasy alive is travelling: the discovery of new places, new people and objects that can capture her imagination. Her jewels are available in several stores in Italy and abroad, but if you are interest in her current collections and in custom-made pieces, you can get in touch by sending her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you liked my introduction to this talented friend and designer and I wish you all a wonderful week-end!