She exercises experimentation and the chance to appropriate everything that falls into her hands, whether materials, tools, works or ideas. She has the courage to open herself to the others. She is persevering and, with this, she developed and improved her lines, her process and her expression. She also expanded her collection of unusual materials, her repertoire of techniques and her creativity. Her jewelry is made with soul, with love and reflects a way of approaching the thinking about art, of working with her hands, of expressing herself through her work, in her own unmistakable style. Although she does not present a clearly perceptible grammar in her work, her extensive production allows us to glimpse a rich vocabulary made of curves, hollows, patchworks, half spheres, curled ribbons, textures that form designs, repetitions, variations. Even with the frequent incorporation of gems and unusual materials, the highlight is never exclusively theirs. It’s always the way she appropriates the materials and how she incorporates them in her creative work.
Knowing the work of Reny Golcman can renew the artistic spirit in jewelry designers, jewelers, goldsmiths, or those who are starting in jewelry. At a time when creation is stimulated once again, making no concessions - mutilating your own creation to please everyone - is a gesture to be cultivated, as well as creating for the simple pleasure of expressing one’s self, but keeping an eye on what happens around us. Getting to know her work and career can be very interesting for those who appreciate art in the form closest to all of us, made by hand and worn on the body as jewelry.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, she lives in São Paulo since 1956.