We are all responsible for the future of our oceans and recycling and up-cycling are two ways to have an impact. As a leader in the dive community and an inductee into the Women Divers’ Hall of Fame, artist Szilvia Gogh, feels a duty to live an exemplary life.
Gogh Jewelry Design, a unique line of jewelry made with nature’s base elements, announces its latest collection
Zero Waste Project. Inspired by the parts she’s upcycling, Gogh combines her familiar ocean-zen colors and textures with industrial metal and rubber aspects bringing a sharp, modern feel to one of a kind accessories that appeal to all races, genders, and skin tones.
Influenced by those artists and organizations that uprecycle fishing nets into bathing suits and surfboards from ocean trash, it’s natural that Gogh would find ways to reuse SCUBA parts. Gogh repurposes these normally discarded bits to create pieces both industrial and earthy where the wearers can feel confident that their look and wallet represent not only beauty but zero waste.
Gogh has circled the globe and as a world citizen she believes giving back is paramount. A portion of the
proceeds from sales of this line will be donated to the rehabilitation of the captain and crew of the MV Conception.
You can find Gogh Jewelry Design online at https://goghjewelrydesign.com/ or in person at the Abbott Kinney Festival in Venice, September 29th, and at the Manhattan Beach Festival October 4th and 5th.