Creator of tiny sculptures
and fantastical, utopian places.
I’m from a small village in the middle of Catalonia, Casserres, where I grew up. It has been, and continues to be, a source of inspiration.
With family roots in farming, my childhood was spent surrounded by golden fields, where I learned that freedom, nature and love are what make happiness. That’s where I picked up my first brush and learned how to convey everything I saw and felt through painting.
I live between Berguedà and Barcelona, where I share a workshop in the Raval district with other artists.
In the winter I devote my time to creating contemporary jewellery, little sculptures that evoke fantastic, utopian places. I also create personalized commissions: all of them speak of love.
In summer I spend four months in Menorca, like a snail, with my house and workshop on my back! You can find me in Ciutadella, on the way down to the port, in the craft market. You might also find me on some idyllic beach, or having a drink with friends at a lighthouse.
I learned everything about love of art, composition and colour from Mestre Pep. I learned to let go and create travel journals. He is the one who taught me to convey what I see and feel through painting. I did my art baccalaureate at the Vic School of Art, where we formed a family whose loving bonds still exist today.
I have a degree in Product Design from the EINA School of Art and Design and a postgraduate degree in Children’s Illustration. I am very happy to have done my internship at La Granja Design and my Erasmus stint in Prague.
While studying at EINA, I attended Jaime Diaz’s workshop to learn to make jewellery; he is the person who taught me the craft of jewellery-making, while Judy McCaig, at La Massana Design School, taught me that it could be a form of expression as well as a trade. So I signed up to make jewellery in the old Massana centre, which became my home for three years. I made great friends with other jewellers, and on a professional level we formed the Quars d’una collective.
You can tell that I like working in teams, because I haven’t stopped collaborating since then. I am also part of the Joyas Sensacionales jewellery collective, led by Silvia Walz, from whom I have learned and continue to learn a great deal. I am also part of Tresors. And the much-loved 7 Cats!
Being able to work alongside, and for, other people makes my work real, humanizes it, and gives meaning to everything I do.
I have exhibited internationally in contemporary jewellery galleries, in exhibition venues, and also in some museums (you can see the full list in the Exhibitions section).
If you’d like to contact me, I would love to hear from you, or read your messages, or even have a tea or coffee with you! It’s always a good time to start a new project!
Email or call me: 609 83 61 51