Monica Sevilla - Jewelry Gallery
Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazan. Honduras

First of all I get inspired by nature its forms and colors. I like to work with my hands.

I started my professional art work with oil paintings about twenty years ago. Have used various medias and have participated in several shows in different countries. Some have been solos.

I had the opportunity to see some jewelry shops including one that my husbands family had. I started with designs with simple drawings after starting counter sketching course.

The last three years I started a mini shop in which I started to work wit wax, metals and different equipment. At the beginning of this year had the opportunity to assist to Rio Grande’s inMotion.

I have help putting together the pieces with my great colleagues.

Materials: Sterling Silver, Rhodium Plating and resin
Dimensions: 5" x 2.25" x 2"

Flora broche with two calla lilies pistils painted with several layers of resin

Photo credit: Eduardo Moradel

Spring 1

Materials: Sterling Silver, Rhodium Plating and resin
Dimensions: 15.5" x 7" x 3"

Flora necklace with one Calla Lillie, pistil painted with layers of resin.

weight: 56.9 gram

Photo credit: Eduardo Moradel