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Portrait Beate Klocklmann

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Beate Klockmann

B. 1972, Germany

EDUCATION

1990 | 1994 Trained as a goldsmith, Firma W. Koch, Zella Mehlis, DE
1994 | 2001 Hochschule für Kunst und Design, Burg Giebichenstein, Jewellery department, professor Dorothea Prühl, Halle a.d. Saale, DE

 

Somebody asked me recently why do I always need certain structures or drawings on the surface. Why is a nice form not enough?

I like to see jewelry as something alive...a kind of exotic creature that lives with us for a time period. When I make a piece of jewelry, it has to become a character...strong but not heavy, with some special characteristics and flaws.

I create a kind of creature that can mirror the landscape or change in different atmosphere and environment.