A « porky pig » selection ……
Sung-Yeoul Lee – brooch: Growth series 2010 – Cast plastic, sterling silver, copper mesh, gold leaf, pig intestine
Sung-Yeoul Lee – Necklace ‘Growth series’ 2010 – Cast plastic, sterling silver, copper mesh, gold leaf, pig intestine
Marta Mattsson’s brooches- sofa ny highlights part two: märta mattsson’s skins
at SOFA NY was jewelry artist Märta Mattsson, represented by Sienna Gallery.
while it might look like paper, the reality is that each piece is made of skin – goat skin, calf skin and reindeer skin. Repulsion quickly mixed with fascination (dailyartmuse)
Märta Mattsson – Skin flowers Brooches - Goatskin, walnut wood, silver
Catarina Hällzon – beautiful necklace- Here comes the surprise: it’s the intestines of a pig, tightened around silver
Catarina Hällzon- Necklace 2006 – Material: Intestinal tract from a pig, silver -detail
Catarina Hällzon – Brooch 2006 Material: Intestinal tract from a pig, silver, thread
Arthur Hash – 2005 Dried Pig’s ear bracelet
Tiffany Rowe- “Made with fresh sheep intestines !” (bon, c’est pas du cochon, mais on va pas chipoter !!)
Maria Phillips (USA) – “Portrait” Brooches – gut (boyaux) (Velvet da Vinci exhibition)
Stephanie Hensle – MEAT serie
Stephanie Hensle brooch(es)
Stephanie Hensle brooch
Andrea Coderch Valor – ring – 2011 – silver, pearls, resin
Ted-Noten- Evening Butterfly ring – 2010
David Bielander – brooch
Nikki Majajas, from the « tenmoregirls » group (Australia)
Jaanika Pajuste Two in One Necklace in porcelain, pearls, silver, thread and magnets. Shown with optional ‘Sweets’ magnets
Akiko Kurihara – necklace « thank you for the meat » 2010 – silver, acrylic resin, colour (Marzee Gallery)
and the last two from ALCHIMIA :
« Alchimiajewellery school presents ‘Tastes just like chicken….’ the Quaternitas exhibition 2011, curated by Ruudt Peters.
Michelle Kraemer and Maru Lopez present the final results after a yearlong development under the guidance of their tutor and curator. The work of both started with an exploration of gender, identity, sex, skin, touch, within the borders generated around those concepts by the individual and society.
The artists have worked in a close dialogue and with corresponding materials like fabric, latex, nylon and foam, but the resulting jewellery pieces show clearly their difference in cultural identity and personal interest.
Set up in the beautiful entrance hall of Alchimia, the exhibition is articulated in two installations referring to the display of ‘organic material’ , one related to commerce (the butcher) the other to curiosity and science (the natural history museum).«
Michelle Kraemer: ‘have you got the guts?’ latex, nylon thights, balsa wood, embroiderie thread
Maru Lopez: ‘pass me the salt’, Fabric, acrylic paint, thread, plastic filling , iron, and shibuichi