Elena Votsi born in 1964 on Hydra island is a Greek jewelry designer.
Votsi completed a degree at the School of Fine Arts in Athens in painting, followed by a master’s degree at the Royal College of Art in London in jewelry.
In 2003 she won the competition to re-design the Summer Olympic Games medal for the International Olympic Committee, the first time the medal had been changed since 1928. Votsi’s design was adopted by the International Olympic Committee for all future Summer Olympic Games medals.
Her handmade 18-karat gold ring with diamonds won the 2009 Couture Design Award in the category “Best in the New-to-Couture,” a category for first-time exhibitors at the Las Vegas show.
Elena Votsi’s works represent a new perspective of volume and shape in jewelry.