Cameo is an ongoing series featuring Canadian jewellery artists. here, they share their latest thoughts and insights, and give us a peek into their practice. 



eunseon park


Montréal, Québec


Describe your current work/practice in one sentence.

My practice is to create metal pieces that represent the vibrancy and beauty that I perceive in nature.

What are three things/ideas that inspire you?




What other things do you do besides your jewellery practice?

I recently started cooking a lot. I enjoy sharing good food with people I love and it is a bigger pleasure to me when I’ve prepared the food. Also I find various colours, textures and shapes of cooking ingredients very inspiring.

What is a favourite piece you've made and why?

My favourite piece is a table object I made during my last year of school, called 'Fallen Leaves'. The techniques I used for this piece are very simple. I wanted to create an interesting larger piece with very basic traditional metal forming and colouring methods.

Fallen Leaves (2016)

Birch Bark Brooch #2 (2017)
Copper, gold leaf, powder coat, stainless steel

What word pops into your mind when you think of Canadian art jewellery?


What is coming up next for you?

I recently moved to Montréal which has the best winter in Canada. I am still settling into this new city but I am liking it here a lot so far. Hopefully I can find a good studio space soon and get to know some people in the art jewellery community here.  

Published: 2018/02/19