The work of Jesus Molina is made possible due to the deep bond that links silverwork to jewelry. He begins by hammering out a mother piece, a larger object, perhaps a jug or a vase. This then goes on to give life to a number of pieces of jewelry inspired by its patterns and forms.
“Jaguar”, “Borrachero” (the plant known as Angel’s Trumpet), “Maize” and “Cacao” are all bright stars in the cosmos that is Latin American culture. With his unique vision, Jesus rescues them for us, these remnants of an ancestral culture that today is mass-produced and commercialized.