Meandering polymer

Grigoryan on PCDaily

Yes, these neck pieces are polymer with an dramatic ethnic twist from Sona Grigoryan. Sona, now living in Barcelona, leans heavily on her Armenian heritage for those dark, meandering patterns that vine around necks and arms.

Her patterns weave in and out and she finishes them with dark metallic-like finishes.

Grigoryan on PCDaily

Though her construction looks delicate, she engineers the pieces to sit comfortably and sturdily.

See all her works on FacebookPinterest (see her stash of Armenian designs) and Flickr.

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  • reply Diana ,

    I find all of Sona’s work simply mind-boggling!

    • reply Cynthia Clayworth ,

      Beautiful work! And, thank you, Sona, for the tutorials on your site! Very generous of you!

      • reply Sona ,

        Thanks for the feature, dear Cynthia ))

        • reply Jessica ,

          La meilleure a mes yeux Sona

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