Heljä Alanko's jewellery exudes femininity and a clear, Scandinavian design. The pieces of jewellery are impressive eye-catchers. The exhibition series Väre focuses on water as an element, its movement and essence.
Fanni Ala-Uotila's jewellery are based on visually talented compositions, where divergent materials come together in a harmonious ensemble. The exhibition features a marine series called On the Shore.
Helena Falkenberg's jewellery is about details and a little bit mystique. In the jewellery modern and traditional are interwined. The exhibition series Dark Nature tells a story from the Finnish forrest and the darkness of the North.
In Anni Lehtonen's jewellery the classical form language and traditional techniques as well as unfamiliar materials and new techniques meet each other. In the exhibition will be seen a series Aurelia Aurita inspired by jellyfishes.
Kirsi Manninen's jewellery brings forth innovative ideas and expand the familiar thoughts about jewellery. The exhibition piece Pohun is a description of the balance in life, where the both low and uphills are included.
Wiebke Pandikow's jewellery is based on an ideology, where worthless material, plastic, is a tool to create something beautiful. The exhibition piece Torrent highlights the beauty and sensitivity of rejected material.
Reetta Tikkanen's jewellery consist of graphic elements and heavily loaded, sharp form language. The theme in the exhibition series Zu Tropfen geformte Tränen are shackles and being released of them.
SUSANNA YLÄRANTA &
In Susanna Yläranta's and Tobias Feuerbacher's jewellery soft and living material is combined to geometric shapes. Together this combination creates an interesting contrast. The exhibition series Forest flows is a tribute to Finnish wood, nature and culture.