This time it is the 18th edition of Sieraad Jewellery Art fair in Amsterdam. Mydaybyday Gallery from Rome has been selected to participate Sieraad and some of my work from the new series Before Silence has been selected by them!
Brooch from the series Before Silence, 2019. Veneers, plywood, silver, pin backs, lack
Sieraad Art Fair takes place in Gashouder Westergas, Amsterdam from the 7th until the 10th of November. Mydaybyday you can find from a stand 63 
invitation for the Sieraad Fair, Mydaybyday gallery at the stand 63

Finnish art in Spain

You are cordially invited! Unfortunately I am not able to be present but some of my pieces in addition to the work of 14 other artists from South Carelia will be seen in the cultural center La Mercé in Girona, Spain from 19th of September to 17th of October 2019. The exhibition is curated by Antonio Altarriba.

The opening of the exhibition: 19th of September at 20 o’clock. Enjoy!

A big, black necklace made of rubber and plywood by Tiina Rajakallio.
One of my pieces from the series Risteys (Crossing), that will be shown in the exhibition Finlàndia crea in Girona

Four Seasons at gallery GAoShAn

GAoShAn is a new arrival in the gallery scene of Helsinki. As focused on jewellery design it opened a call for emotional jewellery art and design linked with four seasons. The call for the exhibition started: “Finnish “weather notes” deeply affect people’s daily lives and sociability. The four seasons is not only about the weather but also refers to the expression of inner emotions that people possess.”

contemporary jewellery inspired by emotions and four seasons in Finland. The exhibition takes place in the gallery GaoShan, Helsinki.
Four Seasons – Emotional jewelry exhibition takes place 9.8. – 28.9.2019 in Gallery GAo ShAn, Helsinki.

The list on participants: Elias Sormanen, Melitina Balabin, Marianne Siponmaa and Nikolai Balabin, Saija Lehtonen, Tytti Lindström, Sirja Knaapi and Tiina Rajakallio, Wiebke Pandikow, Katriina Seppälä, Anu Kirkinen and Elina Honkanen, Mervi Kurvinen, Tarja Tuupanen, Tuija Hietanen and Alves Ludovico. The special stars of the show are Kirsti Doukas and Helena Lehtinen. The curator of the exhibition is Ding Yi the founder of the gallery GAo ShAn.

Gao Shan gallery
Korkeavuorenkatu 5
00150 Helsinki

Open: from Wednesday until Friday 11.30 – 18.30, Saturday and Sunday 12 – 18

The exhibition is a part of the official program of Helsinki Design Week and open until 21 during the Night of the Arts 15.8.2019.


It is summer again! And the summer gallery Katariina!

The summer gallery Katariina presents the unique pieces and small production series of the local artists. Taideolohuone Katariinasta löytyy uniikkeja teoksia sekä piensarjoja kaakkoissuomalaisilta taiteilijoilta.
The summer gallery Katariina presents the unique pieces and small series of the local artists. Open Mon-Sat from 1.7. until 10.8.2019.


Like the summer follows the spring so the summer gallery (art living room) Katariina is here again. In the red wooden house in the fortress of Lappeenranta (Katariinantori 4) one can find a broad selection of unique pieces and small series made by artist of Southeast Finland. But be fast, the Finnish summer is short!

Growth and Loss – Hair in contemporary art

Next week an interesting exhibition Growth and Loss will be open in Oulu Museum of Art. It focuses only on hair but like it is written in the exhibition press release “hair seems to be tangled in everything: mythology, religion, politics, the economy, ethnicity, social class, identity, gender, sexuality, age, sickness and health, art, and the popular culture. For visual artists, hair — own, real or fake — is not only tangible and human raw material, but also a highly communicative bearer of stories, meanings, notions and memories”.

The necklace from the series Purity by Tiina Rajakallio is part of the exhibition Growth and Loss in Oulu Museum of Art. The exhibition focuses on hair in contemporary art. The exhibition is open from 11th of May until 15th of September 2019.
The necklace from the series Purity from 2008 is part of the exhibition Growth and Loss in Oulu Museum of Art.

The exhibition is open from 11th of May until 15th of September 2019. The exhibition features works by the following artists: Jouko Alapartanen, Saara Ekström, Kaisaleena Halinen, Paavo Halonen, Mia Hamari, Marjatta Hanhijoki, Timo Heino, Jesus Artor Inkerö, Elina Juopperi, Marja Kanervo, Anni Kinnunen, Kaisu Koivisto, Jouko Korkeasaari, Essi Korva, Katri Kuparinen, Raakel Kuukka, Helmi Kuusi, Anni Leppälä, Elina Merenmies, Jarmo Mäkilä, Leena Nio, Tamara Piilola, Kaija Poijula, Riikka Puronen, Päivi Pussila, Tiina Rajakallio, Emma Rönnholm, Riiko Sakkinen feat. Louis Houenoude, Noora Schroderus, Kari Soinio, Paula Tella and Tiina Vehkaperä. I am honored and happy to be part of the exhibition together with some of my favorite artists!

Goodwood in Yaroslavl, Russia

Two of my pieces from the series Inhokit (the Pet Peeves) is travelling to Yaroslavl, Russia. Goodwood exhibition will show wooden jewellery and sculptures of the artists from Russia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Czeck. The location for the show is the City Exhibition Hall of Yaroslavl and it will be open from 18 of April until 20 of May 2019. More information about the exhibition from the event facebook page.

Goodwood exhibition in Yaroslavl, Russia
Goodwood exhibition from 18 of April to 20 of May in Yaroslavl, Russia



Northern Light presents  32 artists from Finland
The exhibition NORTHERN LIGHT will show jewellery from Finland in CODA Museum in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The exhibition will be open from 9th of February until 16th of June 2019.
The exhibition presents 32 artists from Finland. The partsipants are: Ulla Ahola, Ami Avellán, Aino Favén, Juhani Heikkilä, Kimmo Heikkilä, Tuija Hietanen, Elina Honkanen, Jussi Järvinen, Minna Karhu, Mari Keto, Sirja Knaapi, Helena Lehtinen, Maria Lehto, Helmi Lindblom, Eero Lintusaari, Mia Maljojoki, Matti Mattsson, Minna Markkanen, Eija Mustonen, Maria Nuutinen, Wiebke Pandikow, Inni Pärnänen, Ari Pyörälä, Tiina Rajakallio, Anna Rikkinen, Hanna Ryynänen, Jenni Sokura, Janna Syvänoja, Nelli Tanner, Terhi Tolvanen, Suvi Tupola, Tarja Tuupanen.

Neckpiece from the series Precious, 2018.

This is one of the pieces from me presented in the exhibition. It is from the series Precious. In the press reliese they say”with nature as a boundless source of inspiration and the influences of a silent and rough landscape, CODA Museum’s exhibition Northern Light – jewellery from Finland captures the feeling of Europe’s extreme north.
More information about the exhibition NORTHERN LIGHT in the web page of CODA Apeldoorn