After ten years working to preserve and protect pieces of fine art as a conservationist, last year Pamela decided it was time to become a maker of things once again and create her own fine (wearable) art. With a degree in sculpture and architectural history (she started out in architecture school but her designs were deemed to “eccentric”), Pamela has honed her minimalist aesthetic over the years. Drawing inspiration from the Earth’s organic forms and geometric patterns, Pamela shapes, sands and shines her pieces of reclaimed metal to give them a unique patina that only human hands could create.
BRUSHED ALUMINUM SQUARE EARRING
At first glance, these Natura Metallum earring may look like simple studs, but when the light catches these brushed-aluminum beauties they simply shine.
Pamela Foecklers likes are many and varied Icelandic folk music, 15th century Ukrainian churches, and Flemish paintings are among them. Drawing on that sparing northern aesthetic, her Natura Metallum pieces are both stunning and simple in their design and wearability.