Why is the wood art of Cracemere Woods so special?
Kimera Wachna is a young jewelry designer who lives in New York and sells her original wood art under the name “Cracemere Woods”. After many natural experiences, Kimera develops an affinity for nature in all its manifestations and in all its whims.
The young woman is particularly enthusiastic about trees.
The wooden art of Kimera Wachna is created on tree trunk disks
Flamed wood and painted animal miniatures
In many interviews Kimera tells how she came to her present work. In addition to her job she has spent almost all her free time making small miniatures of flamed wood. Whenever she saw fallen trees or branches, in her or the neighboring garden, she took them and processed them. 5 months ago, Kimera decides to pursue her passion, to quit her job as an employee and to become an independent artist with her own studio. Said and done! Kimera Wachna founds Cracemere Woods studio and starts her new and happy life.
Kimera knows how to handle still life properly
Original and organic jewelry
Wooden souvenirs – the protected brand Crecemere Woods
Berries, owls, moth-forest related motifs
Like many independent freelancers, Kimera explains that she has always enjoyed learning from the people she worked for and chose the best for herself.
The name of their label “Cracemere Woods” was originally a recreational project that was more or less launched by Kimera’s friend.
It was a long winter in which both created together. The young man collected the wood material, cut and sanded the wood, which then flared and painted Kimera.
When asked if she sees herself as independent, she replies, “We have the courage and perseverance to bring our uniqueness out of ourselves and to work hard to do the things we love.” She adds nor that she has great respect and honor for the right indie artists who courageously and confidently go through their projects and succeed.
Today Cracemere Woods offers a wide range of wooden art and wooden accessories. In addition, Kimera Wachna works as an illustrator.