Enyo Farabi

Enyo Farabi

About The Artist

Enyo Farabi • Minneapolis, MN

Enyo is a multiracial artist of color. They have been making jewelry for the last 10 years and they were one of the first in Minnesota to experiment with electroformed jewelry. They are most inspired by natural forms and their experience as a forager colors the things that they create. Recently they have also begun creating ceramics in addition to jewelry with many of the themes in their work transferring over.


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Q&A with the Artist

Tell us how your work is made.

What makes you passionate about the medium you work with?

Enyo is most passionate about both jewelry and electroformed jewelry because of the endless potential for creativity. Both forms of creation can be fickle, but they are both quite limitless. Their love of earth and nature is shown in both forms. Enyo's electroformed mushroom jewelry has imitations but their work was actually the very first of it's kind!

What is something unique about you or your practice?

Enyo wanted to work with electroforming and copper specifically because it is considered a high vibrational metal with healing properties in some cultures. Through learning more about the metal, Enyo learned that people wear copper intentionally because the marking of green actually indicates high acidity levels. High acidity levels can be helped by eating less processed food and adding more greens and water to your diet! The green effect actually goes away with an improved ph.