As a sheer work defect, I always see an image as a set of color dots, with more or less definition. And even with little definition, that is, few points of color, we can still perceive the image.
With this work, I wanted to explore that to the maximum and pixelate an image of everyone's knowledge, “A Monalisa” and see how far it could be perceived.
The pavé setting is one of my favorites for its complexity and harmony of colors that it can transmit.
MATERIALS: sterling silver, gold, zirconia and square-cut semi-precious stones.