When science and art meets, exciting things happen.
Curiosity is awakened.
After having worked for many years as a protein crystallographer and researcher in molecular biology, I am today an artist and jewelry designer, currently making silver pieces inspired by science. Protein sctructures, small molecules and DNA all have beautiful shapes, which I use to create unique silver jewlery. All jewelry is handmade in Sterling silver 925, occationally combined with 19 carat gold.
In collaboration with the Nobel Museum, I design jewelry that brings to light the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicin, Physics as well in Chemistry.
Are you or your friend working on a molecule or a protein that would make a nice jewelry? It can be a perfect and unusual gift.
The tree of life is a new silver necklace in my webshop.
The tree of life shows how organisms are related to each other. The relationships are presented in the form of phylogenetic trees. The branches correspond to lines of development, and the tips of the branches represent groups of organisms.
2014 was the year I designed my first silver jewelry for the Nobel Museum!
I formed proteins, which had previously been awarded the Nobel Prize, in silver wire. Since then, I have designed jewelry inspired by the Nobel Prize in chemistry, physics and/or medicine. An amazing honour.
I wish everyone a Happy New 2024!!!
Hope to see you next year. I will be, among other things, at the Art Show in Saluhallen on April 13th, Galleri Uppsala from April 26th to May 2nd and the Craft Fair in Båstad from July 26th to 28th.
Some pictures from my exhibition Nobel Jewelry at the Medical History Museum in Uppsala.
The last Christmas market of the year will be on Sunday, the third Advent, at Herrestad Lada.
Take the opportunity to book a go’fika at the cozy café and visit us as an exhibitor. Why not buy the last Christmas present?
On Wednesday and Thursday, December 13th & 14th, I will be at Uppsala Science Park’s Christmas market, between 10 am and 2 pm. 🤶
It will be a mix of silver jewelry inspired by science. Everything from this year’s Nobel jewelery to black holes.
On Nobel Day, December 10th, the exhibition ‘Nobel jewelry’ opens at the Medical History Museum in Uppsala. Silver jewelry designed and formed by me. From the insulin molecule to silver jewelry inspired by this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine, physics and chemistry.
The exhibition is open until Thursday, December 21.
The museum is open Tuesday and Thursday 1-5 p.m.
One of my Christmas markets will be on Saturday 9 December at the Walmstedtska cultural quarter. It will be silver jewelry inspired by science. From the dopamine molecule to this year’s Nobel Prizes in medicine, physics and chemistry.
A Christmas market filled with art, culture, anticipation, Christmas spirit, joy, crafts and the little extra. 🎄