Antonella Tanzini lives and works in Florence, in Italy where she completed her studies of Architecture and Psychology.
Recently she settled her main workshop and produces her works in a small village in the middle of the wonderful and peaceful nature of Maremma, south of Tuscany, where she finds more inspiration and creativity.
Her artistic process began as sculptress many years ago searching a way to express a possible convergence and harmony in different and opposing themes.
Then she attended different courses of goldsmith’s art and she transposed the same search in her jewels as well.
She uses the traditional technique of casting, called “lost wax” that is completely made by hand. It has really ancient origins, known since 4,000 BC.
The forms she creates represent continuing metamorphosis in a subtle and playful transformation of movement that is both sensual and ironic with a predilection for rounded interpenetrating volumes.
During last time she concentrated her research on the variety of different metals’ texture properties and features, but still looking for harmonic contrasts.
Her well defined and identifiable style makes these jewels unique for originality and sophistication.