Red Resonant Dragon
In a small workshop in Haedo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, it is lightening until late…. The thing is that when I start working time passes so fast! Imagination, radio and mates (tea) among many woods, seeds and silver are waiting to be used in some kind of creation. Guayubira from Misiones, Patagonian Larch, African Ebano and Jacaranda, woods that come and go, exchanged or recycled.
This is how the different glyphs of the Mayan Calendar emerge, shaped by hand in a silver 925 plate. Thinking about what each glyph symbolizes, I choose the wood that is used as base and I give to it the shape I want. I use resin to glue them and, after waiting for them to harden for several hours, I sand and polish each piece. With shellac, natural varnish that strengthens and protects the wood, I give them their completion.
Each pendant is one of a kind. The saw line and the colorful streaks are chosen with intention. I invite you to find your pendant feeling its energy. It may be the beginning of a beautiful journey….
A hug from this part of South America,