Coinciding with Frida Kahlo exibition at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, a series of adornment jewellery in semi precious gemstones and Perspex is represented in Liz Mitchell Couture Boutique

From October 2022

From 2022, Carlson work is more conceptual andsculptural. Her necklaces play with light, volumes.

The simple lignes refer to her French culture: Matisse, Jean Cocteau and also fashion background: Christian Lacroix, Louboutin.



Gender has nothing to do with it.

The narrative is about natural sophistication, sober elegance, refinement with an edge; it talks also about society, difference and acceptance.

Craftmanship is a common thread with those people that have embraced their choices

Influences:Wabi Sabi, Synchronicity, Synesthesia the french poets, Charles Baudelaire, Arthur Rimbaud, Paul Eluard

Ethic:Untreated Gemstones, New Zealand Greenstone, Sterling silver & Gold locally sourced.

Hand made jewellery in Devonport by the artist, each piece is unique.

Credit:Thank you Jen Chan, Neil Gussey and Tanner Austin, Pierre Gentier to embrace also Carlson choices and be part of this jewellery conversation, the People Collection.

© Copyright Beatrice Carlson