Gabriela Landa holds an M.A. in anthropology, art history. She also studied studio
art and fashion design. In 1997 she began to create jewelry more seriously.
Ms. Landa collaborated with fashion designers to accessorize their collections as
well as for her own run-way shows. She customizes special pieces for personal
clients, including Miss World. Her pieces have been featured in magazines such as
HARPERS BAZAAR and COSMOPOLITAN.
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL and FASHION SHOWS and
GALLERY EXHIBITIONS (selection):
YOUNG DESIGNER FASHION WEEK NY
6th CONTEMPORARY ART, GERMANY
T AND TEMPORIUM, NEW YORK
BIENNIAL ABSOLUT L.A. INVITATIONAL, L.A.
GALLERY SCULPTURES TO WEAR, SANTA MONICA
SATY '98 and '99, GALLERY MANES, PRAGUE
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ARTS &CRAFTS, PRAGUE
DESIGN GALLERY, PRAGUE
FRANCA FLENDA ART SALON, MUNICH
GALLERY LUVRE, BAYREUTH GERMANY
FASHION GALLERY, PRAGUE
HELENA FEJKOVA, PRAGUE
POV-FASHION SHOW FOR HANDICAPPED
„STYLE“ FASHIONWEEK, PRAGUE
DIVA MODE COLLECTION
„FREE STYLE“-EXTRAVAGANT LEATHER
JEWELRY COLLECTIONS FOR FASHION DESIGNERS:
ANETTE PETERMANN, BERLIN
SARA STURGEON, LONDON/ L.A.
HELENA FEJKOVA, PRAGUE
JARMILA DOVCOVA, PRAGUE
CRISTINA HERRERA, MEXICO CITY
Inspiration for the beaded jewelry come from nature - often the Ocean and its
lifeforms. An abundance in color, size and movement express my gratitude toward
life. I want to grace the human body with nature's beauty, as reflected in all
The architectural pieces capture my philosophy in silver metal. This material
suggests a certain rationality, as well as a sense of abstraction. The city of New
York has provided primary inspiration. Japanese architecture has also played an
influential role in this work.
I use aluminum for many pieces. I often combine it with lighter materials, such as
silk thread, suggesting sea-grass, or artificial flowers. Aluminum has very special
qualities, which lie between the masculine and the feminine. My goal is to
harmonize the power of metal with its qualities of weightlessness, reflectivity and
"Before my eyes I see huge sculptures moving in open space. They seem to be
a connection between our World and the Infinite. To me they capture the
language of the cosmos. I let myself flow with their play of colors and movement,
their transparency and weightlessness. With their rhythm I bring my spirit into
I see my work as a door, that leads in and out at the same time, a connection
between the conscious and the unknown. The sculptures help me to sense this
unknown world and wearing them I feel directed and more sensitive to my inside
and to what is around me and I hope to become more aware of.
A body sculpture is with you all the time you are wearing it, it is present and that
way you are subconsciously reminded all the time to sensitize.
That is why every detail of the sculpture is important".