Featured on http://www.galerina.com/ Ora Bustan uses an array of materials; such as 24k gold, leather, silicone, silver, and gems. These characteristics enhance the uniqueness of her works. Her particular style bringing her work to universally-appealing level. Ora's imaginative and powerful designs are presented in arts and design exhibitions throughout Israel and abroad. Visit www.galerina.com to view Ora's handcrafted unique jewelry collections.
Featured on http://www.galerina.com/ Nitsa Rona presents her studio and talks about her connection to gold jewelry design and handmade jewelry. Nitsa's natural knack for people comes alive in many of her gold jewelry creations. She is known for having the ability to tailor jewelry designs to fit a person's character. Visit Nitsa at http://www.galerina.com/ where she presents her Gold Handmade collections.
Her cutting edge creations use a blend of technology based and architecturally inspired flora, making Dalia Gefen’s distinctive jewelry designs highly sought after in the www.Galerina.com series. It is through these types of creations, that Dalia Gefen can now concentrate all of her ideas into three separate collections that incorporate her love of nature and materials to achieve significant balance. The Bridge Collection, Windows Collection and Flowers Collection all include one-of-a kind offerings with influential geometrical structures of the world infused with all things floral. Dalia Gefen often uses silver and gold fused with non-traditional materials; such as leather, stainless steel, and polymers that result in colorful contemporary designs. See Dalia's work at http://www.galerina.com/
It is through Hanni Zel Zion's naturalistic and minimalistic sculptural designs that people can really get a feel for who she really is. The distinctive and rich textures resemble an influence of the earth's elements, nature and especially the sea. Often using precious and semi-precious gemstones and diamonds within 18K gold, Hanni's fluid jewelry designs can be described as colorful, rich and textured with a flair for clean lines and a minimalistic presence. Hanni is presenting her collections at http://www.galerina.com/
Many of Inbal Shomroni's influences come from Mother Nature's rich variety of shapes, textures and colors. Each unique piece is handmade, so no two are alike. Many of Inbal's original designs were made to accompany an entire collection. They have geometrical patterns and textures that are comprehensive, yet multi-layered. The result is a charming presentation of many pieces working together as a whole, meaning they all "speak the same language". One of Inbal's signature styles includes enhancement of her pieces using colorful gemstones, pearls or unconventional materials -- such as leather or silicon -- within many of her silver jewelry designs. Visit http://www.galerina.com/ for Inbal's collections.
Bruria Tamir has a very distinct style, fusing both ancient methods with modern techniques. Her metal of preference is pure hypoallergenic silver, sterling silver and blends with 18 or 22 karat gold. Bruria is moved by the ability of metals to alter their shapes with the application of heat, something she is known for doing in her jewelry-making techniques. Also an avid traveler, among Bruria's journeys she has gathered many semiprecious stones to enhance her handcrafted jewelry collections. Among them include; tourmalines and turquoise from India and the US, ancient glass from Nigeria and Bali, sapphires and citron from Brazil, cultured pearls from Hong Kong, and more. Bruria is presenting her collections at www.galerina.com
Nitsa's natural knack for people comes alive in many of her gold jewelry creations. Bold architectural forms, real world elements like water droplets, petals, winding streets can move her to create distinctive handcrafted jewelry. Visit Nitsa at http://www.galerina.com/
Nomi's influence illuminates a real-world feel in each and every handmade piece, using only the highest quality 18k gold, precious and semi-precious gemstones and pave diamond accents. View Nomi's creations at www.galerina.com