i. I work as a:
Hand maker of unique adornments for the body and the soul, mostly rings.
ii. I do this creative work because:
It’s the best thing in the world. Everyone should have an artistic outlet, I am blessed with the chance to have an artistic profession.
iv. The greatest challenges around doing this work are:
Living in Vancouver, you know the blurb.
v. Creative childhood hobbies:
Assign different tasks to the buttons of my spaceship and fly it with sound effects.
vi. Other creators who inspire you:
Lee Bontecou, Enki Bilal, Alberto Ginastera, Rene’ Lalique, Gustav Klimt, Ute Grossmann, Haruki Murakami, among the many.
vii. Training that has helped me succeed in this career:
Certainly the beginning, learning from a master jeweller, ex prisoner of war in a German camp, helped me with my profession and put a prospective in my life.
viii. The biggest myth about this type of work is:
You have to be patient, is not true, you have to be super, really, extremely patient a lot.
ix. Some proud career moments:
You see, I consider myself happy when a client is happy. To me every person who choose one of my pieces is bringing me a joy and an achievement. I don’t run after prizes.
x. If you want to work in my field, I suggest that you:
Think it twice. Friends don’t let friends pursue an artistic career.
xi. A professional goal I have for the future:
I want to make even more beautiful jewels.
xii. If you want to see my work, go to:
Instagram is a good starting point, robertofioravantijewellery, You can see my work in person at shows like “first pick” or by booking an appointment.