Suzanne Kazan Jewelry is all about breathing life into jewelry – her chosen medium to handcraft it. The artisan, who is from Switzerland, has a special relationship with nature which helps her be responsive to people and cultures.
Suzanne talks about her journey into the use of FIMO polymer clay, “When I first discovered the FIMO clay, I was at first taken aback by its wide range of colours and possibilities. I was just recovering from a cancer operation and working with clay was my way of meditation and recreating new life.” This recreation of life, with the combination of colours and patterns, is apparent in her jewelry. “I use the combination of colors and patterns to create a certain energy that calls on a specific individual because it talks to his or her specific energy.”
A regular ARTE vendor since a year, Suzanne loves the thought that ARTE helps her go public with her art. “It was ARTE that helped me create very cordial relationships with art appreciators. Now I have customer base and contact with other artists who participate in ARTE’s activities; this raises the challenge for continuous exploration of and experimentation on my own art.”
Like Suzanne Kazan jewelry on Facebook. Catch her at ARTE, Times Square Centre, this coming Friday, the 26th of September, 2014.