Designer Giuliana Mancinelli Bonafaccia creates a series of artful bangles and statement necklace accessories for her latest jewelry line.
Inspired by two major american artists: painter Georgia O’Keeffe and photographer Edward Weston, these eye-catching accessories are made using a series of fragmented geometries.
While Georgia O'Keeffe's work depicts organic forms like bones and flowers, Edward Weston's photographs follow a similar theme and capture human body views and seashell shapes.
Jewelry designer Giuliana Mancinelli Bonafaccia translates her love of art and architecture though her jewelry pieces. She is based in Rome, Italy and is known for creating accessories that embody an artful visual aesthetic. The pieces stand out for their modernist view of opulence and are a great way to make a splash at a formal gallery opening.