Why is the wood art by Cracemere Woods so special?
Kimera Wachna is a young jewelry designer who lives in New York and sold their original wood art under the name of “Cracemere Woods”. For many nature experiences, Kimera developed an affinity to nature in all its forms and with all their whims. The young woman can be greatly inspired especially by trees.
The wooden craft of Kimera Wachna is created on tree root slices
Flamed wood and painted animal miniatures
In many interviews, Kimera told how she came to their current work. In addition to her job, she has spent almost her whole leisure with the manufacture of small miniatures of flamed wood. Unusual as it trees or branches saw in her or in the neighbouring garden, she took them and processed. 5 months ago, Kimera decides to fully pursue their passion, to quit her job as an employee and become independent artist with his own Studio. Said done! Kimera Wachna founded the Studio “Cracemere Woods” and begins her new and happy life.
Kimera know how properly to deal with still life
Original and organic jewelry
Souvenirs from wood the registered trademark of Crecemere Woods
Berries, owls, moths – forest-related motives
How many independent freelance explains Kimera, that she has learned always and liked by the people, for which she chose worked and the best for themselves.
The name of her label “Cracemere Woods” was originally a spare-time project, founded by Kimera BB´s friend more or less in life.
It was a long winter, in which both created together. The young man collected the wood material, cut and grind the wood remainders which then flared Kimera and painted.
On the question of whether she can see themselves as independent, she replies: “We have the courage and the perseverance, even to get our uniqueness from us and to work hard, to do such things, we love.” She added that she feels very great respect and honor to the right indie artists which brave and confident through their projects and have success.
Today, “Cracemere Woods” offers a wide range of wooden craft and wooden accessories. In addition, Kimera Wachna works as an Illustrator.