My art and my jewellery have a tight connection with peace, love and freedom. My topmost source of inspiration is rock music. I was inspired by the guitar playing of Steve Morse of Deep Purple to begin making jewellery. Today I’m the exclusive creator of officially authorised Steve Morse jewellery and Flying Colors jewellery, jewellery lines consisting of items which incorporate guitar strings Steve Morse performed concerts with, and items created specifically for these collections.  I will possibly be doing jewellery lines for other musicians too, in the future. I draw rock star portraits as well, and had a few exhibitions. Sometimes I make illustrations, often fantasy ones. Oh, it seems I wrote and illustrated a poem book too, sometimes you just got to spit it out, right?

PS. I’m Swedish, living in Lund, in the south of Sweden.


I started making silver jewellery because I got inspired by a Deep Purple song, composed and played by guitarist Steve Morse. The first piece I made was a silver dreamcatcher with the inscription ”The Aviator”, the name of that song. It was followed by other pieces inspired by Native American style and it felt natural to add strings played in concert by a favorite rock star. Also, drummer Mike Portnoy jewellery has lately been added to my store, as well as Simply Vegetating, a new collection, designed by my daughter Carolina and manufactured by me. To order my Steve Morse jewellery, Flying Colors jewellery, and Mike Portnoy jewellery go to my webstore, or Calliopia.

Steve Morse Cutout Heart Pick necklace


Here’s a description with texts and pictures from the process from one handmade item to multiplying this item by casting, with the so called ”lost wax method”. Actually, it was Steve Morse himself who suggested I should do this, just to ensure that people realize it’s a lot of craft work behind these silver items! I used the pickholders as an example. All items are not casted first, like in the small video below, of the making of a Steve Morse Full Moon Stringbender Necklace. Enjoy!

Making a Steve Morse Full Moon Stringbender Necklace


I used to draw all the time as a teenager, every chance I had, for example during boring history lessons. But when you become an ”adult” there’s a lot of ”must do’s” in life, that leaves you no time for doing what you want to do. Then my daughter started drawing very good rock star portraits when she was 16. I asked her to make one for me. She made one, and I wanted another one. She said to me ”do it yourself, then, I know you can”. So, I did. You won’t find the first tries on this site, but practice makes things better.

Steve Morse Cutout Heart Pick necklace


I love drawing people, so I started drawing people in different situations, for example war, not nice, but epic, and expressive. Those drawings got me an illustrator assignment for a book about the Mayan people and culture. And one day a really funny Google translation made me draw an old Shaman. The drawing made me think of the world we live in and what we’re doing to it. I found myself with a brain full of words that needed to come out, so I wrote this poem book, ”No Man’s Land”, with my own illustrations.

Steve Morse Cutout Heart Pick necklace


If you are a musician and interested in having your own line of  jewellery, just send me a note. Or if you are interested in my other art stuff, do the same.

Peace & Love