Especially for the Susch Museum of Contemporary Art, Anna Orska has created a unique line of jewellery. The designer used fragments of stone from the place where the Museum was established. The majority of the material are fragment of a rock blasted with dynamite for the hall of Mirosław Bałka, an outstanding Polish sculptor. The rock from Susch sparkles with different shades of grey, moving from cool to warm tones, sometimes falling into rusty gold. The heterogeneous structure of the stone encased in a minimalist round setting made of brass, in the characteristic for Orska colours of gold or oxidised silver, together create elegant earrings, necklaces, bracelets and pins. The elements were cut and ground by hand in a workshop in Poland. Due to the exceptionality of the stone colour each element has its own unique character.
Susch Museum initiated its activities on 29 December 2018. In a small Swiss town, works by renowned Polish artists, including Monika Sosnowska, Zofia Kulik, Jarosław Kozłowski and Joanna Rajkowska, are presented. Anna Orska jewellery is available for purchase at the Museum since August 2019.