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14/03/2013

Deborah Rudolph ON THE ROCKS !

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Deborah RUDOLPH (DE),IDAR-OBERSTEIN (DE),pierre / stone — bijoucontemporain @ 12:58

Deborah Rudolph or the « spirit of stone »

c’est …. SOMPTUEUX !

« Stones fascinate me; they are thousands of years old, yet at the same time limited. They exist in all kinds of colours and shapes.
No two stones are the same. In my work I concentrate on preserving the primary character of each stone. I focus on the shape and the structure - the aspects unique to each stone. It is these elements that make it possible for every piece of jewellery to have its own individual character and depth, regardless of similarity in form. Under this credo I develop single pieces and small series. »

On her exhibition at Galerie Marzee 4 March until 16 May 2012
« I like the sensitive connection between humans and stones. I find it interesting that we can hang out in front of a stone for hours, just to look at it. I like the way we carry them around like treasures. I find it interesting that we trust in stones so much that we build our houses and walls with them. I like stone collages that occur unintentionally. I like the way we set stones in streets. I like how stones help us to remember, as memorials or gravestones. I like the freedom in stones and the danger, such as when someone tries to reach the top of a mountain. I like their roughness and their fragility.«   Deborah Rudolph

Deborah Rudolph (Diploma 2010 at Idar Oberstein )

Deborah Rudolph (Idar)Deborah Rudolph  – Kunstschnee, necklace, 2012, rock crystal, epoxy, silver, kevlar 

Deborah Rudolph  Halskette  Bergkristall, Silber (DETAIL) (exhibition "the spirit of stone"  http://www.jakob-bengel.de/2012/01/the-spirit-of-stone/)Deborah Rudolph  Halskette  Bergkristall, Silber (DETAIL) (exhibition « the spirit of stone« )

Bergsteigerkette - Deborah Rudolph Deborah Rudolph – Bergsteigerkette – rock crystals (Bergkristall) Silver and kevlar string

Deborah Rudolph brooch 'lichtung' back & front - Black jade, silver, steelDeborah Rudolph broche 2010 -  ‘lichtung’ back & front – Black jade, silver, steel

Idar - Deborah Rudolph - 'see see' broochDeborah Rudolph « see see » brooch – back & front

Deborah Rudolph - brooch, Stein auf Stein 2, 2010, stone, rock crystal, epoxy, steel - 100 x 70 mmDeborah Rudolph – brooch, « Stein auf Stein 2″, 2010, stone, rock crystal, epoxy, steel – 100 x 70 mm

Deborah Rudolph - Schichtaug Blue, brooch, 2011, slate, sodaliteDeborah Rudolph – Schichtaug Blue, brooch, 2011, slate, sodalite

Eins drei - Deborah Rudolph - Necklace, 2010 Onyx, aquamarine, silver, kevlarDeborah Rudolph – Eins drei – Necklace, 2010 Onyx, aquamarine, silver, kevlar

Deborah Rudolph (Diploma 2010) • "Beloved and Unloved Stones” brooches - Agate, Quartz, Boulder • Photo: Deborah Rudolph (6th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial 2012 • Nominee)  (Hochschule Esd Idar-Oberstein)Deborah Rudolph « Beloved and Unloved Stones” brooches – Agate, Quartz, Boulder • Photo: Deborah Rudolph (6th Tallinn Applied Art Triennial 2012 • Nominee)

deborah rudolph back (?) of a broochDeborah Rudolph -  Brooch: Ueberwachsen 2011 – Black jade, silver, steel

Kunstader brooch - Deborah Rudolph - brooch - Plastikader, brooch, 2012, carneol, epoxy, steel -106 x 60 x 6 mmDeborah Rudolph  – Plastikader, brooch, 2012 – carneol, epoxy, steel -106 x 60 x 6 mm

Deborah Rudolph (Idar)Deborah Rudolph  –  « Achatmuff 2″ , necklace, 2012, agate, silver, kevlar http://deborahrudolph.de/    necklace

Deborah Rudolph  –   necklace

Seenplatte - Deborah Rudolph
Deborah Rudolph  – Seenplatte  necklace
http://deborahrudolph.de - Bergsteiger ohrringe  (earrings)Deborah Rudolph  – Bergsteiger ohrringe  (earrings)
Ohne Farbe necklace - Deborah RudolphDeborah Rudolph- Ohne Farbe necklace 

Decouverte : Mariko Sumioka, architectured Japan

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Japon (JP),Mariko SUMIOKA (JP) — bijoucontemporain @ 11:24

Mariko Sumioka is a jeweller based in Edinburgh.  Inspired by Japanese traditional architecture and the spirit of Zen, her unique drawings and enamel techniques enable her to explore the inspiration into the wearable jewellery.

and on Facebook

Pray for Japan, Mariko Sumioka http://www.artsthread.com/p/mariko-sumioka
Mariko Sumioka « Pray for Japan » brooch
« I feel awe and respect for natural and man-made objects which have been there and lived since ancient times.
This idea is deeply rooted in my origin: Japanese culture and environments. The Japanese respect, understand and accept nature as one of their members. I am fascinated by Japanese traditional architecture, which is an essential part of human lives as a central part of a culture and a place where people have basic connections with natural surroundings.
I am inspired by Japanese unique architectural characteristics: natural materials and colours, dark and bright contrasts, linear forms, geometric shapes and spaces.
Since human beings live in architecture, there are some reasons in each element. I have researched theoretically and visually into those handed down traditions and tried to bring them into my pieces of jewellery.
My work explores a connection with human bodies and how the wearer and viewer interact with each other, themselves and the objects. Also, studying the principle of Zen and the essence of the Japanese love of nature helps me to understand people’s attitude behind their culture.
Drawing is an essential part of my creation, especially collaging. By adding elements onto others, I always find many different ways of assembling these elements in both drawing and creating jewellery. This technique also helps me to break down my original thoughts into different ideas, and to find new ideas and designs by abstracting elements.
Enamelling with simple colours enables me to explore my images of natural materials and textures which can be found in Japanese architecture. 
I have also challenged and investigated contemporary ideas of jewellery as sculptural objects or body pieces. I do not force people to wear a piece in a certain way, but want people to play with my pieces and find their own ways of wearing them.  » (dazzle-exhibitions)
Mariko Sumioka showed this bamboo brooch in her BA (Hons) in Jewellery and Silversmithing degree show at Edinburgh College of Art. ECA has a very strong history: notable alumni include Eduardo Paolozzi, Elizabeth Blackadder, Callum Innes and Richard Wright   Photograph: PR/Edinburgh College of ArtMariko Sumioka showed this bamboo brooch in her BA (Hons) in Jewellery and Silversmithing degree show at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) in 2011 -  Photograph: PR/Edinburgh College of Art
Japan blue roofs (inspiration for  Mariko Sumioka )inspiration : Japan blue roofs – toits en tuiles vernissées bleues des vieilles maisons traditionelles japonaises ….
Mariko Sumioka - 'rokusyo no yane' earringsMariko Sumioka – ‘rokusyo no yane’ earrings
Mariko SumiokaMariko SumiokaMosaic Brooch
Mariko Sumioka "yane" mosaic broochMariko Sumioka « yane » mosaic brooch
Mariko Sumioka  Yane Mosaic BroochMariko Sumioka  « Yane » Mosaic Brooch
Mariko Sumioka - broche 'yane to michi'Mariko Sumioka – broche ‘yane to michi’
Mariko Sumioka - 'interior' earrings - oxidised copper, copper, enamel, gold plated silver, silk cordMariko Sumioka – ‘interior’ earrings – oxidised copper, copper, enamel, gold plated silver, silk cord
Mariko Sumioka 'omikuji' broochMariko Sumioka ‘omikuji’ brooch
Mariko Sumioka (BA) - necklace Bamboo Necklace 2011, oxidised copper, enamel on copper, kimono, gold-plated steel cable   800 x 230 x 20 mm - United Kingdom, Edinburgh College of ArtMariko Sumioka – Bamboo Necklace 2011, oxidised copper, enamel on copper, kimono, gold-plated steel cable – 800 x 230 x 20 mm – (BA at United Kingdom, Edinburgh College of Art) (Galerie Marzee)
Mariko Sumioka -bamboo neckpiece  2011 - oxidised copper, enamel, kimono, gold plated steel cable - long 80cm (DETAIL)Mariko Sumioka -bamboo neckpiece  2011 – oxidised copper, enamel, kimono, gold plated steel cable – long 80cm (DETAIL)
Mariko Sumioka, work inspired by the architecture of her native Japan - the "tea house" series Mariko Sumioka, work inspired by the architecture of her native Japan – the « tea house » series rings
Mariko Sumioka -architectural rings 2011Mariko Sumioka -architectural rings 2011
Mariko Sumioka - bamboo earrings  2011Mariko Sumioka – bamboo earrings  2011
 

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