Jeweler Britta Boeckmann doesn’t have an agenda whenever she designs her wood-fragment and resin add-ons. As an alternative, she utilizes the natural as a type of the lumber fragments to determine the form, fusing all of them with colored and sometimes glow-in-the-dark resin to help make her jewellery. Boeckmann after that smooths each piece with sandpaper and is applicable varnish to give it lustre.
“i personally use bits of wood being often firewood and I also don’t kill any trees,” Boeckmann informed us. “All the lumber i personally use is already dead. I gather it both from forests or I get wooden gifts from my other woodworker friends through the Wangaratta Woodworking team. They collect unique offcuts in my situation which they can’t utilize and that they would usually burn off. With could work I would like to make people alert to Australia’s stunning Nature treasures.”
Boeckmann moved from moved to Wangaratta in Nov. 2013 and there joined the Wangaratta woodworkers where she started dealing with lumber and resin. In April 2014, she moved to Melbourne and got by herself a small workshop. In January 2014, Boeckmann founded BoldB jewellery and started to sell the woman pieces online.
Boeckmann’s pieces are available on Etsy