Pieces of jewellery made by Julia Reyman seem to have been created by Mother Nature herself. Grown cristals give the inspiration or remind one of berries, pieces of fruit and pods. Lacy weaving turns into a ring. Precious metals play with alternating combinations of polished and structured elements.
Julia Reymann always begins by using wire made of precious metal. Rings are being wound into small living wreaths, lightened up through small pearls or peas. These she dips in silver thereby intensifying the contrast of the structures. The round elevations get polished as they are being worn and sparkle like small precious stones out of the net structure of the silvering. Very new are solid silver rings giving the impression of a bubble or crystal surface.
Julia Reymann, who was born in 1979 in Bremen, studied metal design at the HAWK - Academy of Applied Arts - in Hildesheim. After a term abroad at the Camberwell College of Art in London in 2002 she gained a first prize at the competition of form and reproduction/modular systems of the Muenchow Gbr in Berlin in 2003. Since 2004 she works as an independent jewellery designer in Berlin.