Alejandra Bremer hails from the desert of northern Mexico, where her grandfather, a metallurgical engineer, awoke her interest and appreciation for metals and craftsmanship. Fascinated by art and soaked in information about metal malleability and refining processes since an early age, Bremer began to envision her true vocation. The weekend trips to the family ranch became Bremer’s favorite journey into discovering the richness and diversity of rocks and minerals found in desert roads.
Determined to become an artist, she moved to the U.S-Mexico border to pursue a career at the University of Texas. Graphic design flourished her creativity, and it was not long after her first Metals class that Bremer felt a thriving desire to dedicate her life to become a Metalsmith.
She earned a degree in Fine Arts and she has been designing and making jewelry since 2003.
Bremer’s devotion and passion for metals and jewelry took her to New York City, where she currently resides. Working with leading jewelers she refined her techniques. She spends most of her time in her studio where she works in her pieces and is constantly seeking new ideas that captivate culture and ideological contrasts. Influenced by the great diversity and constant movement of the city and her Mexican background, she keeps creating honest pieces that represent the valuable characteristics in art, which are creativity, craftsmanship and uniqueness.