French artist Clément Vauchel has worked as a designer in Paris for ten years. Feeling as uncomfortable in this job position as in overtight jeans, he eventually started to create jewelry on his own, with a designer's perspective. Several jewelry collections were born over the last 10 years, the latest you can see in this shop. Clément Vauchel's works were exhibited many times in France and Japan, his remarkable jewel creations getting more and more attention. In 2013, he opened his own gallery in Sarlat, France. Now he divides his time between creating jewels with his spouse, and painting. "After exploring many different techniques I finally opted for watercolors," he says, "because of their endless possibilities. Painting with watercolors is like going midway between control and surprise. Not the easiest way by far, but definitely the most enjoyable! My compositions are often born from different elements I have in mind, coming together into a unique image. I find inspiration in my childhood imagery, in movies, in music, and - mostly - in atmospheres. I believe that watercolors mainly have to render a vibe, the feeling of a special moment, of a special place. My paintings have one foothold in reality, the other in fantasy... just like me."