Sara has won numerous international awards and has been featured in several magazines. Last year, she won the Industart Award for the jewellery category in the Ukrainian International Industry Award in May and the Bronze A’ Design Award for the jewellery, eyewear and watch design category in the Italian International Design Award in April. Emotional Jewellery, a recent collection of hers, has been showcased by many popular magazines, such as Vogue, Craft, Aesthetica, and Frow. At the same time, she collaborated with several internationally renowned fashion designers to bring out the best that is in them and organised exhibitions at the London, Paris, and Shanghai Fashion Week.
Temperature plays a major role in Sara's project. Changes in temperature can lead to changes in the physical forms of the chosen metal. This transition between solid and liquid phases caused by heat gives metal an emotional character and transforms the metallic jewellery into an emotional symbol.
The application of bismuth is rarely seen in our day to day life. The low melting points allow her to instill heat factor into her jewellery pieces. Bismuth melts at 271.5°C, and the oxidation of bismuth is stunning, where nature crystalised forms and colours can tell us the temperature.
Each piece is unique, one colour means one temperature.