Time Out says
They are jewels, but some of them look like fragments of nature found here and there. And it is not by accident. Tânia Gil is a kind of jewellery collector, so she picks up wood, stone, conchs, shells, and everything that appears along the way. This isn’t moved by gold much. She is more drawn to silver and bronze – a sombre combination that Tânia’s hands makes work beautifully.