November 2023, Half 2
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Artwork Jewellery Discussion board’s worldwide gallery supporters have a good time and exhibit artwork jewellery. Our month-to-month On Provide collection permits this in depth community of worldwide galleries to showcase extraordinary items personally chosen to tempt and encourage you. Have a look. You’re sure to discover a unbelievable piece you merely can’t dwell with out! (Please contact the gallery immediately for inquiries.)
Gallery: Galerie Viceversa, Lausanne, Switzerland (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: ilona Schwippel (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Katrin FeulnerRetail worth: 1’400 CHFKatrin Feulner is a German jewellery artist who works primarily with discarded and picked up metal objects, making jewellery that dissolves its earlier, resistant associations and kinds new ones. The work with the title Cycle can also be produced from discovered objects, however they consider one type: the circle. With the repetition and the rotation of this particular type, Feulner creates rhythm and steadiness with out an apparent starting and ending. The method of working by hand play a central function in her items, as a result of for Feulner the act of working is simply as vital because the outcome.
Gallery: Thereza Pedrosa Gallery, Asolo, Italy (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Thereza Pedrosa (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Ute KolarRetail worth: €510Ute Kolar is impressed by nature and its most important kinds to create works of unusual formal lightness, by way of a intelligent play of volumes and voids, mild and shadow, planes and repetitions. Her creations are each poetic sculptures to put on and objects to admire in and of themselves.
Gallery: Jewelers’werk Galerie, Washington, DC (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Ellen Reiben or Brandy Norris (click on names for e-mail)Artist: Jorge CastañónRetail worth: US$720Endearing, whimsical, heartfelt, poetic, and highly effective are a few of the phrases that describe Jorge Castañón’s work. Castañón—a bricoleur of types—makes use of discovered wooden and different supplies to create his expressive, sculptural items. “In my work, I mix jewellery and carpentry methods. I assemble with delicacy many supplies which I discover, particularly wooden, small discarded items. They arrive again to have a second likelihood, to inform a brand new minimal story. I give them a brand new voice,” he explains. Castañón communicates the fragility of his fellow people and the world round them and makes an pressing plea for folks to look at and mend themselves and deal with one another. Like his chosen supplies, Castañón sees the worth in issues which are weathered, damaged, used, and deserted, and the necessity for rescue and rebirth.
Gallery: 4 Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Karin Roy Andersson (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Alexander BlankRetail worth: 1575€Alexander Clean’s works are troublesome to explain. They’re humorous, lovely, scary, and sometimes have a sting of irony. Because the viewer, you’re feeling unsure, or possibly challenged. Or possibly each, for the reason that two usually observe one another. Effectively, you’ll simply need to go for the journey—wherever it takes you.
Gallery: Ornamentum, Hudson, NY (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Stefan Friedemann (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Melanie GeorgacopoulosRetail prince: US$4,900These gorgeous earrings by Melanie Georgacopoulos are a preview to the artist’s introductory exhibition at Ornamentum. In a refined twist on the traditional gemstone, every side is meticulously crafted of mother-of-pearl. Placing, valuable, and refined. Extra photos can be found.
Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra, Lisbon, Portugal (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Tereza Seabra (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Marília Maria MiraRetail worth: €375, plus delivery“Similarity doesn’t make equal as a lot as distinction makes totally different.” Marília Maria Mira is an artist who’s troublesome to suit into a bunch, type, or present. It could possibly be mentioned that her work is made together with her complete physique and all the abilities she has on the time she materializes it, her head is sort of a firework, and her soul like a conductor line of stimuli and impulses. Her presence within the area of jewellery can also be not a linear path, however one which has been found and experimented with, till it has reached the maturity that’s revealed right this moment.
Gallery: Gallery Loupe, Montclair, New Jersey (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Patti Bleicher (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Luci JockelRetail worth: US$800Most of the items on this collection function honeybee wings. To assemble these works, Luci Jockel devised a brand new medium—an amalgam of jewellery and textile—which she phrases “bee wing lace.” Produced from precise honeybee wings, this modern materials references the patterns and buildings utilized in material lace and quilts. The work on this collection pays homage to the labor carried out by honeybees.
Gallery: Galeria Reverso, Lisbon, Portugal (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Paula Crespo (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Lin CheungRetail worth: €2,800This bracelet, Glam Rock—Jaded, explores our relationship with the issues we care about and imagine in, and the way we take care of them by way of the language and supplies of jewellery.
Gallery: Platina Stockholm AB, Stockholm, Sweden (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Sofia Björkman (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Janna SyvänojaRetail worth: US$1,600Janna Syvänoja is thought for her jewellery produced from recycled printed paper, equivalent to newspapers, maps, catalogs, and outdated books. They’re wealthy by their previous, carrying alongside sure locations and unintentional meanings. This materials additionally offers the items their particular person exterior and inside ornament, their ornamentation. The artist decides how the outcomes needs to be, however ultimately every items take a form of its personal. When sure shaped elements begin to observe one another and discover their rhythm within the making, the miracle occurs. It’s a sluggish, a meditative, and a really pure course of. Past the language of the fabric, there’s an extra actuality, the knowledge that refers to communication between folks—messages and expressions. A chunk of jewellery is worn for a similar objective.
Gallery: Pistachios Up to date Artwork Jewellery, Chicago, IL (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: The Pistachios Group (click on title for e-mail)Artist: Heather GuideroRetail worth: US$5,625Heather Guidero’s work is definitely recognized by her use of sturdy shapes and motion. With every handmade hyperlink on this necklace, an arch of vivid sterling silver sits excessive above sturdy rectangular frames. The three-dimensionality of this necklace creates a distinction in look because the wearer strikes and turns. The clasp on this necklace is seamlessly built-in into the design.
Gallery: Zu design, Melbourne, Australia (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Jane Bowden (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Angela GiulianiRetail worth: Particular person earrings from AUS$595The Mismatched earrings collection was created by Angela Giuliani for our exhibition Thought of—having been thought of fastidiously. With Giuliani’s particular person earrings, the wearer is invited to decide on simply how mismatched they want their earrings. Why not put a big round earring with a smaller oval stud? The kinds mimic the settings she makes for her items with gem stones, lovely kinds in their very own proper.
Gallery: Galerie Door, momentary pop-up in Heusden, Netherlands (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Doreen Timmers (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Maria HeesRetail prince: €225In current years, there was a change in Maria Hees’s work. Utility worth is now not paramount. The picture and uniqueness at the moment are extra vital. Stacks of skinny coloured layers of porcelain are rolled—and thus deformed, turning into roughly clear—which produces a outcome that isn’t totally predictable. Whether or not it turns into a brooch or a wall object, every object is exclusive. Maria Hees has reinvented herself, mille fois …
Gallery: Fingers Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Lisa Higgins (click on title for e-mail)Artist: Nik HantonRetail worth: NZ$200Nik Hanton has created a typeface to discover the reductionist notions of “sure” and “no” utilizing 3D printing with a plant-based filament and hand ending. Her response to those ideas is meant to replicate on the essential human significance related to these phrases. There are few phrases which are so definitive, concise, and clear of their that means. It’s her thought that these phrases are on the very center-point of all human communication. Hanton accomplished a bachelor of utilized arts, majoring in modern jewelry, from Whitireia NZ in 2015. She at the moment lives and works in Wellington, New Zealand.
Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montreal, Canada (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Noel Guyomarc’h (click on gallerist’s title for e-mail)Artist: Despo SophocleousRetail worth: CAN$2,240Time, place, reminiscence, and motion are vital themes all through Despo Sophocleous’s observe, and elementary to those investigations is the physique. By a observe knowledgeable by strolling, documenting, and dealing with discovered supplies, the artist engages immediately together with her environment. After working with planed sheets of kiln-dried wooden in her earlier works, Sophocleous turned invested in a need to search out instruments and supplies that could possibly be transportable and adaptable and thus got here her investigation of wooden carving from discovered broken or discarded tree branches collected throughout her day by day walks. Both storm-fallen or discarded at demolition websites, these branches discover continuity to their story reasonably than being fastened on the level the place their story ends. For every specimen, Sophocleous paperwork the date, tree kind, and geographical location of her discovering, and these coordinates turn out to be the title of every ensuing jewellery object.
Gallery: Baltimore Jewellery Heart, Baltimore, MD (click on the gallery title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Allison Gulick (click on title for e-mail)Artist: Demitra ThomloudisRetail worth: US$500Demitra Thomloudis is a studio jeweler and an affiliate professor on the Lamar Dodd Faculty of Artwork. In her work she pushes and performs with scale, placement, supplies, and type to seize aspects of the locations we reside, go to, and discover. Her work reveals the consideration of website inside the assemble of jewellery and creates the chance to look at features of place, identification, worth, and materials signal programs. This piece is on view on the Baltimore Jewellery Heart as a part of the exhibition Location Companies, a three-person present that includes works by herself, Motoko Furuhashi, and Kerianne Fast.
Gallery: Museum of Craft and Design Museum Retailer, San Francisco, CA (click on the title to hyperlink to the web site)Contact: Ken Irish (click on title for e-mail)Artist: Saoirse ByrneRetail worth: US$300Saoirse Byrne made this necklace of silk chiffon which she hand-dyed utilizing Osage orange wooden salvaged from a Native American bow-making class. The material was then splinted collectively and woven by hand into cordage, which was then doubled-over and woven once more into cabling, creating a robust singular strand from items of a gentle, light-weight material. It’s lengthy sufficient to put on doubled, tripled, and even quadrupled—for quite a lot of appears.
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