About Eugen Steier
Bio Eugen Steier
Eugen Steier was born in 1977 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan (ex URSS).
His family is of German origins and in 1988 they moved to Germany.
In 1999 he began his studies as a Goldsmith in “The Profesional Goldsmith and Glass School” in Neugablonz, Germany.
He finished his studies in 2002 when he was rewarded as the best student of his year. One year later he also graduated as Silversmith in the same school.
After finishing his studies, he moved to Barcelona in order to gather inspiration and profesional experience.
From 2003 to 2008 he worked for a jewelry designer in Barcelona as a freelancer.
Thanks to his excelent recommendations, in 2005 he was invited to teach as Silversmith Profesor in “The Visual Comunication and Art Center in Lisboa, Portugal (Ar.Co).
In 2005 he returned to Barcelona and began to give jewelry workshops at “La Asociación Cultural La Casa de la Espiral”, of wich he is also a co-founder.
In 2006 he co-operated in the production of a jewelry design book called “Diseño de Joyas paso a paso” of Maomao Publicaions in which he also was featured as an artist.
In 2008 Eugen started working at his own workshop and selling his collections to other jewelry stores. But soon he realized that he desired to open a workshop which is open to customers, where he can sell his jewelry and teach at the same time.
In 2012 YolanCris invited him to co-operate with their company at the fashion show “080 Barcelona”, where Eugen Steier Jewellry and YolanCris dresses were shown on a catwalk.
In February 2014 he finally opens his workshop in the neighborhood “Born” in Barcelona. In this new space, he designs, creates and sells his handmade one-of-a-kind jewellery and limited edition collections.
In 2015 the cooperattion with “La Casa de la Espiral” comes to an end, in order to concentrate on his own workshop. Jewelry classes are offered exclusively in his own workshop since 2014.
Due to his flexibility, creativity and experience, Eugen Steier is an artist who expresses himself through his work by giving each piece his own personal touch.