|1969||Born in Halle/Saale|
|1990–1995||Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle|
|Since1997||Atelier in Halle|
|2000–2006||Artistic assistant at Burg Giebichenstein|
Beate Eismann chooses materials, techniques and shapes for her creations according to the meaningful content she wants to express with a piece. However, she strictly limits her means of artistic expression within a group of related works. A favorite theme of hers are historical and modern printing techniques. By transforming printing plates into pieces of jewelry, this jewelry artist also raises questions about original and copy, about prototype and reproduction. All the pieces shown here have been created using CAD and rapid prototyping technologies. The bracelets, particularly, have been elaborately finished by hand. Winner of the competition “Beautiful Mind: A Gem for Cranach” on Occasion of the 500th Anniversary of Lucas Cranach the Younger.