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Orsolya Kecskés

Jeweller
Published: 04.02.2021

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Unconsciously made shapes that bring surprise by impredictability and a connection with memories and people.
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Orsolya Kecskés. Necklace: Cold drops, 2016. Copper, enamel, hematite.. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskés
Necklace: Cold drops, 2016
Copper, enamel, hematite.
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Orsolya Kecskés. Necklace: Fog, 2016. Copper, enamel hematite.. Photo by: Orsolya Kecskés. Orsolya Kecskés
Necklace: Fog, 2016
Copper, enamel hematite.
Photo by: Orsolya Kecskés
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Orsolya Kecskés. Necklace: Breeze, 2016. Copper, enamel, hematite.. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskés
Necklace: Breeze, 2016
Copper, enamel, hematite.
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Orsolya Kecskés. Necklace: Foehn, 2016. Copper, white coral.. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskés
Necklace: Foehn, 2016
Copper, white coral.
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Orsolya Kecskés. Brooch: Moses, 2015. Gilded copper, Argentium.. 8 x 8 x 4 cm. Photo by: Somnia Studio. From series: Looking For. Orsolya Kecskés
Brooch: Moses, 2015
Gilded copper, Argentium.
8 x 8 x 4 cm
Photo by: Somnia Studio
From series: Looking For
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Orsolya Kecskés. Brooch: Napoleon, 2015. Silver, aluminum, hematite.. 7 x 7 x 3 cm. Photo by: Somnia Studio. From series: Looking For. Orsolya Kecskés
Brooch: Napoleon, 2015
Silver, aluminum, hematite.
7 x 7 x 3 cm
Photo by: Somnia Studio
From series: Looking For
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Orsolya Kecskés. Brooch: Pearl before swine, 2015. Copper, rhodium, glass beads, pearl.. 7 x 7 x 3 cm. Photo by: Somnia Studio. From series: Looking For. Orsolya Kecskés
Brooch: Pearl before swine, 2015
Copper, rhodium, glass beads, pearl.
7 x 7 x 3 cm
Photo by: Somnia Studio
From series: Looking For
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Orsolya Kecskés. Brooch: Solstice, 2014. Silver, copper.. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskés
Brooch: Solstice, 2014
Silver, copper.
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Orsolya Kecskés. Necklace: Summertime, 2014. Silver, copper, leather cord.. 30 x 15 x 6 cm. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskés
Necklace: Summertime, 2014
Silver, copper, leather cord.
30 x 15 x 6 cm
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Orsolya Kecskes. Brooch: Comet, 2014. Silver, copper.. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskes
Brooch: Comet, 2014
Silver, copper.
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Orsolya Kecskes. Brooch: Thunder, 2014. Silver, copper.. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskes
Brooch: Thunder, 2014
Silver, copper.
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Orsolya Kecskes. Brooch: May, 2014. Silver, copper.. Photo by: Mária Pecsics. Orsolya Kecskes
Brooch: May, 2014
Silver, copper.
Photo by: Mária Pecsics
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Intro
I am a Budapest based jewelry designer, and I studied at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. I have been working as a jewelry designer since graduation. My works are mainly one of a kind or limited series jewels. While this is a solitary activity that I love, I enjoy working in a team as well. I have already worked with textile and graphic designers together. Since 2011, I have also been a designer at Eight Days Design, where we deal with object design and aim to redefine Judaism-related utility objects. In 2015, I was a co-founding member and organizer of the Jewellery Night Budapest event for three years. In addition to design activities, I also teach, currently at the Szimultan School of Art.

Statement

Being a designer for me is a bit of an extension of my childhood. Although it is a consciously and responsibly controlled activity, there is always a moment when you can ride a bike with no hands when surprisingly unexpected things appear out of your unconscious: images - or in my case- mostly shapes. This unpredictability makes the work really exciting and always makes me think about newer and newer objects.

I feel lucky because every day I spend designing is a pleasure. Even if I feel sometimes it may be challenging my desired goal, I end up making my pieces with joy and I find that sooner or later all my jewels find people who understand and perceive that joy.

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2018:
Exhibition  20 Sep 2018 - 23 Sep 2018  Selected Artists at Art Jewelry Night Budapest Competition 2018.
2016:
Exhibition  22 Sep 2016 - 22 Oct 2016  4 x 4.
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