Anne-Marie Chagnon first started to create jewellery destined for sale while she was still enrolled in university, studying visual arts. At the time, she created jewellery in... polymer clay. She sculpted and modeled each piece of jewellery with her own hands, one by one, requiring hundred of hours of work and tremendous application.
Among the art disciplines practiced by Anne-Marie Chagnon, sculpture stands out. Between her university training supervised by masters, the creation of sculpted and sculptural jewellery and her artistic reflection, she develops a unique know-how she continues to perfect.
Anne-Marie Chagnon's hands, her eyes, brain, instinct and coordination, are strong of over 10,000 hours of practice. According to Malcom Gladwell's theory, the artisan has achieved mastery in her art.