Heghnar Petrosyan creates her jewelry ornaments from dried flowers, plants and seeds, which are placed in silver frames. By wearing jewelry designed and created by Heghnar Petrosyan, you always have a piece of Nature with you
Heghnar Petrosyan was born in 1980 in Ararat, Armenia.
1992 - 1996 studied at Art school in Ararat, Armenia
1998 - 2003 studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts, Yerevan
2003 - 2008 worked at Andares Publishers as a designer
2007 - 2017 worked with several Publishers as books and magazines illustrator
2010 - Founder of Gisaneh Handmade Accessories
Member of the Artists’ Union of Armenia
Heghnar Petrosyan, from Armenia, loves to collect wildflowers and use them artistically. The flowers she collects are thoroughly impressed on a number of personal adornments, such as rings, bracelets and necklaces.
To make lasting ornaments, Heghnar uses silver and non-precious metals. It takes three stages to craft a silver adornment. First, she and a silversmith decide on the form, after which she works her magic. In the final stage, an expert then takes the piece and uses an artificial solution to veneer the piece. After the solution dries, it looks like glass. At first glance, it seems as if the flowers have been placed under a shard of glass. It doesn’t take long to prepare one piece, but the complete process is quite long.