Estela Saez, 2020, Spain

Losing roots

Although she uses expensive raw material, her work does not renounce to the postulates from the “povera” artist. That is at least fascinating. Her atomized filigrees, rusted or laminated do not renounce from the truly value of that nobility, and from their portable jewels function. I wait and wish that Estela never forgets that her work is an small tribute to a place and a land, her pieces can be worn in a body, her objects can be sustained with hands, but in the end, and that is her greatness, her jewels are universal.

Jordi Mitja