In high school, I didn't know what to do with my life. The only thing I knew for sure: I found great pleasure and excitement in literature, music, fine arts. If I had been asked what I would do for a living, I'd answer: I would like to be a connoiseur. That lead me straight to studying Aesthetics at the university
Manual creativity has always been crucial for me. Slowly I realized that if I can't make a living out of appreciating art, then I would have to become an artist who enjoys her work. That is how I started working with glass. It happened 10 years ago. My life has changed so much since, but my motivation remained the same. My high priority is to enlight people with my art and to delight myself in the process of creating.
I respect talented people who are able to create something that lasts for the time coming. I wanted to become a famous singer, and according to my singing teacher I wasn't without hope. What I lacked was persistence. So today, instead of being on stage at a Talent show, I use years of experience as a marketing manager to work with a creative woman. My goal is to make the art she dreamt and burnt into glass known and loved by many people. Ladies, take as much pleasure in wearing the jewels of Faludi G. as the artist did while making them.