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EXPO ‘PLANETE INSOLITE’ – Saint-Leu la Forêt (Ile-de-France) – 24-25-26 mai 2013

PLANETE INSOLITE 24-25-26 mai 2013
les 25 ans de Saint-Leu Art Expo avec160 créateurs : Bijoux, Bois, Déco, Laque, Métal, Mode, Terre, Verre
Exposition-vente au centre-ville de Saint-Leu la Forêt (95), avec de nombreuses animations
Vendredi 16-19h, samedi et dimanche 10h-19h

avec Michèle Forest

25 années lumière : planète insolite - 25 ans Saint Leu Art Expo - 24/26 mai 2013

avec Michèle Forest, créatrice textile :

Michèle Forest

Michèle Forest

Michèle Forestet encore PLUS de BIJOUX ! :

Pierre-David ABT et Claire MAHEY – Atelier Silène, Bijoux argent et bois précieux — Sara BRAN — Anne DE LA FORGE, Conceptrice styliste de bijoux –  Marie-Hélène DE SOUSA : Lena , Création de bijoux — Ghislaine GARCIN, Bijoux – Accessoires textiles –  Aurélie LEJEUNE – Les bijoux d’Oré — Catherine MARGHIERI Bijoux laque — Laurentine PERILHOU et Clément SMOLINSKI : LauClem Bijoux, Bijoux tissage macramé — Mathilde QUINCHEZ — Lucille SALIOU : Molusk – Lise SPARZA-GLANZMANN : Mademoiselle Lise Design, Bijoux contemporains –  Françoise WINTZ Broderie – expression textile — Claire WOLFSTIRN, Bijoux contemporains sculptures

Sara BranSara Bran – bracelet

Claire Wolfstirm (pendant) - CIRCUIT BIJOUX Paris - sept 2013Claire Wolfstirm (pendant)

EXPO ‘Salomé Lippuner: de laque, d’ombre et d’or’ – Galerie Elsa Vanier, Paris (FR) – 24 Mai-27 Juill. 2013

Salomé Lippuner : Of lacquer, shadow and gold  -  24-May-2013 – 27-Jul-2013

 De laque, d’ombre et d’or

Bijou Salome Lippuner - de laque et d'ombre - galerie Elsa vanier Paris

From 24th May, the Gallery will be showcasing the Urushi jewellery of Salomé Lippuner, an internationally acclaimed artist still little-known in France. The Swiss jeweller chose“Urushi”, the Japanese lacquer, to highlight the grace of the contours of the human body.
We focus on the period of Salomé Lippuner’s residence in Paris in 2012, where she was granted a studio at the Cité Internationale des Arts by the “Bern Design Foundation” to show the works that were created then. During her stay, she set herself the task of creating jewellery using a limited number of tools. She said: “the limits created stimulation and often demanded a change of approach”.

Salomé Lippuner: Of lacquer, shadow and gold -     Galerie Elsa Vanier  (Paris, France)  24-May-2013 - 27-Jul-2013    website:  mail: galerie@elsa-vanier.frSalomé Lippuner – Necklace – lacquered wood, horse hair – -  Brooch – lacquered maple, tourmaline and gold
photo ©Xavier Reboud

Salomé Lippuner  Sweetwater Pearls and red Urushi lacquerSalomé Lippuner  Sweetwater Pearls and red Urushi lacquer

Salomé Lippuner and Urushi
Salomé Lippuner’s first memory of lacquer dates back to a visit to a childhood friend’s home. The play of light on the lacquer still holds the same fascination for her today. Later, in Paris, before training as a jeweller, she had another striking esthetic encounter, in the course of her architectural meanderings, with Eileen Gray’s lacquered paravents: Salomé Lippuner was bowled over not only by the artist and her admirable works, but also by the revelation that it was possible to create modern forms with urushi!
For Salomé, designing lacquered pieces is like breathing – it’s an absolute necessity. It also helped her discover that urushi isa vast playing ground for trying out new ideas and that jewelry was adapted to its incredible demands. « To enhance a lacquered surface, often in contrast with the divine brilliance of a precious stone, is a moment of bliss every time. But it is also a victory over a very demanding matter, because the more you try to master it, the more it masters you »

Salomé Lippuner  BroochSalomé Lippuner  Brooch


Galerie Elsa Vanier
7 rue du Pré aux Clercs
75007 – Paris
Telephone: +33 1 47 03 05 00
Fax: +33 1 47 03 05 55

EXPO ‘A bit of clay on the skin’ – Musée Gardiner, Toronto (CA) – 16 Mai-11 Aout 2013

A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewellery
Vernissage le 15 Mai , musée Gardiner, Toronto, Canada

A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewellery explores the appeal of ceramics, especially porcelain, in jewellery. Organized by the Fondation d’Entreprise Bernardaud (France) and curated by the renowned German-born goldsmith and jewellery artist Monika Brugger, the exhibition showcases the versatility and allure of the medium, which can be modeled or cast, used alone or with metal, wood, and stone, and vary in color and texture.

The exhibition presents 140  works and features the work of 20 cutting-edge jewellery artists, including creations by such notables as Peter Hoogeboom (The Netherlands), Ted Noten (The Netherlands), Gésine Hackenberg (Germany), Marie Pendariès (Spain), and Shu-Lin Wu (Taiwan). While some make reference to traditional jewellery in materials and symbolism, others altogether redefine it in substance, form, and matter.

A bit of clay on the skin - 16may-11aug. 2013 -  Vernissage le 15 Mai , musée gardiner, Toronto, Canada

This exhibition is part of the Toronto International Jewellery Festival
in conjunction with Meta-Mosaic, the 2013 SNAG Conference

A Bit of Clay on the Skin - Yiumsiri VantanapinduYiumsiri Vantanapindu

Yiumsiri Vantanapindu (a bit of clay on the skin) - Vantanapindu

Marie Pendaries - La DotMarie Pendaries – la dot

A Bit of Clay on the Skin - Peter Hoogeboom -Peter Hoogeboom

111 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7, Canada
Téléphone : +1 416-586-8080

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