# Branislava Jakovljevic

Branislava Jakovljevic
Occupation: teacher of mathematics As someone who teaches mathematics and loves art, I tend to make math more interesting to my pupils and to show its connection with other subjects. Therefore I started working String-Art pictures with my pupils, and soon came to idea to implement it in jewelry. To make jewelry, I use geometry. Patterns are made by construction of geometric shapes, using compass, ruler and GeoGebra. Materials used are thin cardboard, thread and epoxy resin. After constructing the pattern, I transfer it to cardboard and make holes through which I tread the yarn. These treads are tangents and tendons of curves, and I could use the same pattern for different shapes, depending on holes I pick to tread the yarn.
StringArt flower in rainbow
thin cardboard, thread and epoxy resin
2018
Drawing arcs with centers on the circle and the radius of the same length as the radius of the initial circle, we obtain six equal elliptical shape. These forms represent the petals of a flower. For this drawing I used GeoGebra. I painted petals by stretching the thread through the points on the ellipse (ellipse tendons) Dimensions: pendant - diameter is 4cm, ring and earrings - diameter is 2cm
StringArt flower set
thin cardboard, thread and epoxy resin
2019
Drawing arcs with centers on the circle and the radius of the same length as the radius of the initial circle, we obtain six equal elliptical shape. These forms represent the petals of a flower. For this drawing I used GeoGebra. I painted petals by stretching the thread through the points on the ellipse (ellipse tendons) At the end the center of flower I filled by parabolic shapes. Dimensions: pendant - diameter is 4cm, ring and earrings - diameter is 2cm
StringArt rainbow set
2017
The pendant and earrings are filled using circe tendons Dimensions: pendant - diameter is 6cm, earrings - diameter is 4cm
StringArt hexagons