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30/11/2013

LIGHT me please …… Bijoux allumés …

…. ou, comme le dit si bien Monika Brugger : « bijou dématérialisé en expérience de lumière »

matériau : lumière (« light » en anglais), légéreté (« light » en anglais …), fée électricité ….

« Jewelry that explores the lucent qualities of materials. Mostly using acrylics – or perspex, plexiglass or lucite, names depending on the manufacturers –  experiments are made using neon colors and transparencies which are very adequate mediums to conduct light but as well by including electrical components that add to the already quite extraordinary forms the conceptual element of thinking jewellery as devices. «  (popupuau)

"Inert 2 " by Danielle James - neon, glass, argon, blue, facet, glow, electric.
« Inert 2  » by Danielle James - neon, glass, argon, blue, facet, glow, electric.
Graduate Student at East Carolina University. BFA in Metal Arts from Millersville University.
 Danielle James - Inert 1 (detail)Danielle James – « Inert 1″ – Glass Tubing,Neon gas, Electricity. 2012
LED Jewellery designed Dian Luo, a Jewellery Graduate (Central Saint Martins) http://dianluo.co.uk/collection retrieved jul 2013
LED Jewellery designed by Dian Luo, a Jewellery Graduate at Central Saint Martins (UK) 2013
Dian Luo, a Chinese jewellery designer based in London.  Using the  light  as  the design source,  she  transforms  it  from  abstractive  element  into  a  multiplicity  of  geometric  jewellery  piece  that  plays with shadow & movement.
by Yoolhee Ko
by Yoolhee Ko - « reflection » collection 2012
« Why have you choose plastic to make your jewellery? Yoolhee Ko: Because of my concept. I would like to transfer colour to my jewels and my jewels are quite big so I have to use more light weight materials… I chose plastic. Prisms have their transparency and sheerness, but at the same time when it sparkles by reflecting light, there are chromatic colours. It took me back to the visuals that are dreamy and full of fantasy. » (Dazed Digital interview)
The artist’s designs resemble a prism, which at first appears transparent and singular, but reflects chromatic colors when light shines through. By embedding her own experiences and perceptions into her designs, Ko’s pieces project new images through the act of reflection. Ko hopes her users will experience an equally reflective form of catharsis when they wear her designs
Margarida Matos (PT)
Margarida Matos – light jewels
Monika Brugger - parcours-04.jpg
Monika Brugger-  Jeu Je – 2000 – bijou dématérialisé en expérience de lumièrequand la personne se déplace, le « collier » est toujours projeté sur le sol …..

marzee-international-graduate-show-2013 - Lucile Burnier (HEAD Geneve)
Lucile Burnier (HEAD Geneve) – collection « non consigné » Marzee international graduate show 2013  
Lisa Juen Brooch: Don't Dream It, Wear It 2010 Lasercut Stainless Steel, CZ, LED, LED Screen, Plastic, Cable, Light Switch, Battery Brooch/Collier Limited Edition of 6 pieces; always only one piece in: White, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Green, Purple
Lisa Juen Brooch: « Don’t Dream It, Wear It  » 2010 – Lasercut Stainless Steel, CZ, LED, LED Screen, Plastic, Cable, Light Switch, Battery Brooch/Collier Limited Edition of 6 pieces; always only one piece in: White, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Green, Purple
Nate Green - "Vitrum lux"  http://nategreenestudios.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/vitrum-lux-2.jpg?w=1000=
Nate Green (US) -  « Vitrum lux »  2012

Aurora – Second Skin by Lighting by Kyeok Kim

Aurora – Second Skin by Lighting -  by Kyeok Kim
« Aurora creates patterns of light on the body as ornamentation, extending the ornamented space around the body and restyling its decorative silhouette by motion. Aurora highlights the relationship between different pieces of jewellery, by its nature the pieces interact with the another. To operate the decorative light, one must gently move the ring (containing a magnet) towards the main jewellery piece. »

Kyeok Kim – aurora necklace – second skin by lighting – white gold plating in copper, 2 super plux leds
Kyeok Kim – aurora necklace – second skin by lighting – white gold plating in copper, 2 super plux leds

29/11/2013

EXPO ‘Daily Delicious’ – Galerie ViceVersa, Lausanne (CH) – 16 Nov.-21 Dec. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. ViceVersa (CH),Gesine HACKENBERG (NL),Suisse (CH) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:17

ViceVersaGésine Hackenberg Daily Delicious

« Fruit and vegetables are one of mankind’s fundamental foodstuffs. They are associated with one of our most primary daily needs – eating – and are therefore closely connected with people. What is more, they stimulate and beguile the senses. Qualities also essential in jewellery.
The intention of my jewellery is to represent fruit and vegetables’ relationship with people and their bodies. Everyday contact with these natural products – shopping, peeling, preparation and eating – serves as the chief source of inspiration in this regard. The sensual pleasure entailed in these acts invites us to celebrate the little things in life, playing with fruit and vegetables and adorning ourselves with their splendour. Translating fruit and vegetables into jewellery conjures up images from art and the decorative arts: images of luxuriance and profusion, of harvest festivals and traditional adornments.
In the execution of this work the emphasis lies on the human perspective and constructed nature. »  – Gésine Hackenberg, 2013

Daily Delicious
(Necklace: Horn of Plenty, 2013 Silver, copper)
Gésine Hackenberg Necklace: Pea Pod Necklace, 2013 Copper
Gésine Hackenberg,  Pea Pod Necklace, 2013  Copper
Gésine Hackenberg, Necklace, 2013
Gésine Hackenberg, Necklace, Horn of Plenty, Silver, leather, copper
Gésine Hackenberg, Tangerine Butterfly Brooches, 2013 Copper
Gésine Hackenberg, Tangerine Butterfly Brooches, 2013  Copper
viceversa
Place Saint François 2, 2ét
7698 – Lausanne
Switzerland
Telephone: +41.21.323 96 34

28/11/2013

EXPO ‘Mythen/Myths’ – FunkRaum, Berlin (DE) 11-19 Dec. 2013 // Hinterconti, Hamburg (DE) 6-9 Fevr.2014

Mythen/MythsGreek Jewellery

Berlin, FunkRaum, 11-19.12.2013
Hamburg, Hinterconti, 6-9.2.2014

Eleven jewellery designers from Greece, Hamburg and London update Greek mythology

11-19 dec - 	 Works by Katerina Glyka, Haris Kaminari, Voula Karampatzaki, Christina Karakalpaki, Apostolos Kleitsiotis, Vally Kontidis, Liana Pattihis, Otsis, Systemalab, Thomas Thomidis, Loukia Richards.

Eleven jewellery designers – based in Greece, Hamburg and London – update Greek mythology and use a broad spectrum of material (gold, wood, enamel, leather, fibers, plastic etc.) to talk about love and treason, death and resurrection, constant change, immortality of love, the will to oppose conventions.

Photo portraits of Germans experts in the fields of art, business, communication, urban politics and wearing the exhibition jewellery also make part of the show. These pictures are meant to promote art appreciation beyond cultural or political boundaries.
To get a first impression of what the myth of Labyrinth, Odyssey, Orpheus and Eurycide, Amor and Psyche, Europe and Zeus and many others mean in today’s context, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/mythen.berlin.hamburg?ref=stream

The exhibition Mythen/Myths, curated by Loukia Richards and produced by ZLR Betriebsimperium, is under the auspices of the General Consulate of Greece in Hamburg.

Mythen, Contemporary Jewellery Art From Greece Place: Funck[ ]Raum (Berlin, Germany) 11-Dec-2013 - 19-Dec-2013    website: www.claudiavonfuncke.de website: www.myths2013.net mail: claudia.von.funcke@online.de

Works by  Katerina Glyka — Haris Kaminari — Voula Karampatzaki — Christina Karakalpaki – Apostolos Kleitsiotis — Vally Kontidis — Liana Pattihis — Otsis — Systemalab –Thomas Thomidis — Loukia Richards

 

Liana Pattihis jewelry at "Mythen/Myths" part II in HambourgLiana Pattihis jewelry at « Mythen/Myths » part II in Hambourg

Photo-Shooting « Very important in their Field People », living in Berlin and Hamburg, while wearing the Greek Designers jewellery is part of the Myths-exhibition concept. The photos will be part of the designers’ portfolios in the website we are about to launch in appr. ten days. For the story: We did not just want to make another show of interesting and beautiful jewellery. What for? we asked ourselves

« We wanted to send the message that Greek myths are still in demand today for they talk about dilemmas and situations common to many people regardless of their background and culture. And they suggest how one should deal with them. We wanted art fans to know that despite negative press releases and economic depression Greek jewellery is alive and kicking and highly competitive! We wanted real people, not fashion models, but role-models for Germany, to wear the myth-jewellery, endorse and promote the message through their own networks. We will start today with the photo-shooting of jewelry by Otsis. The young designer decided to deal with a contemporary myth that has a lot of impact on his generation plagued by the unbearable quote of 65% unemployment. »

« We will start today with the photo-shooting of jewelry by Otsis. The young designer decided to deal with a contemporary myth that has a lot of impact on his generation plagued by the unbearable quote of 65% unemployment. He chose to talk about the Myth of Greek Crisis and Grexit. Otsis gave the production team — ZLR Betriebsimperium — a difficult task to fulfill: He would like his jewellery to be worn by a person who understands what poverty, lack of hope, depression, no way out means. Somebody who carries this knowledge under his skin. We will return to Otsis project and jewellery soon. Stay tuned! »

Loukia Richards - textile bracelet - "What I like most in Odyssey is the end: Penelope meets Odysseus alias "Lovers' meeting"
Loukia Richards – textile bracelet – « What I like most in Odyssey is the end: Penelope meets Odysseus alias « Lovers’ meeting »
Liana Pattihis  Photo: Royal Blue Diamond Link Brooch, 2012
Liana Pattihis  – Royal Blue Diamond Link Brooch, 2012
Liana surprises us in her approach of what a myth might be today. She questions the concept and works on the *anti-Myth*, the way that leads off beaten tracks; this is actually the path many heros of Greek mythology walked on, such as Hercules, Thesseus, Jason, Ulysses etc. They accomplished deeds that nobody thought they could ever achieve.
Liana Pattihis writes about her work: « What is a Myth but a widely held false belief? In the beautiful world of enamelling, vitreous enamels are used purely decoratively to add colour and visual interest to a plain piece of metal. The ritual of fusing the enamels is painstakingly precise, almost regimented. In this perfect world, the widely held belief that fusing enamels on a movable base like chain cannot be done, is simply a myth! Stretching the boundaries of what can be achieved with enamel as a medium has brought about a revolutionary way of creating with enamel. Applying the enamel freely but purposefully, allows the material not only to decorate a piece, but to be instrumental in its creation, its appearance and its function. »

We will start today with the photo-shooting of jewelry by Otsis. The young de
 jewelry by Otsis« Grexit » necklace
The young designer decided to deal with a contemporary myth that has a lot of impact on his generation plagued by the unbearable quote of 65% unemployment. He chose to talk about the Myth of Greek Crisis and Grexit. Otsis gave the production team — ZLR Betriebsimperium — a difficult task to fulfill: He would like his jewellery to be worn by a person who understands what poverty, lack of hope, depression, no way out means. Somebody who carries this knowledge under his skin. We will return to Otsis project and jewellery soon.
SYSTEMALAB - However, Systemalab focuses on a different kind of bird -- namely the first robotic *pigeon* in history created by Archytas of Tarantas in Magna Grecia. It is said that his *Pigeon* -- for his bird shaped steam engine-- was the first self propelled flying device that managed to cover a distance of 200 meters. Systemalab -- founded by two architects -- *fused* knowledge of mathematics, traditional Greek architecture and robotics into futuristic jewellery.
SYSTEMALAB
However, Systemalab focuses on a different kind of bird — namely the first robotic *pigeon* in history created by Archytas of Tarantas in Magna Grecia. It is said that his *Pigeon* — for his bird shaped steam engine– was the first self propelled flying device that managed to cover a distance of 200 meters. Systemalab — founded by two architects — *fused* knowledge of mathematics, traditional Greek architecture and robotics into futuristic jewellery.
Thomidis turns the *sun wheel* into wearable contemporary sculpture. His jewellery talks about Hellas/Greece in terms of sun, energy and movement.
Thomidis turns the *sun wheel* into wearable contemporary sculpture. His jewellery talks about Hellas/Greece in terms of sun, energy and movement.
tel +49 1511 7840141

27/11/2013

EXPO ‘Repetitions Repeat Repeated’ – gallery Sofie Lachaert, Tielrode (BE) – 10 Nov.-22 Dec. 2013

Repetitions Repeat Repeated

GALLERY SOFIE LACHAERT proudly presents ‘repetitions, repeat, repeated’, an exhibition with 8 designers from different disciplines. All selected for their individuality, for their unique approach of the theme ‘repetitions, repeat, repeated’: conceptual, expressive, formal or regarding content. As actual repetition, as clone, as making or production process.

Repetitions Repeat Repeated

Artists: Unfold — Nikolay SardamovMargo Selby — Lut Laleman – Karin JohanssonPaul Bourgeois — Dirk Vander Kooij — Christina Schou Christensen

Nikolay Sardamov Brooch: Intersections, 2013 Bronze, powder- coated, pearls Photo by Vencislava Vasileva
Nikolay Sardamov Brooch: Intersections, 2013 Bronze, powder- coated, pearls Photo by Vencislava Vasileva

Karin Johansson, Necklace, 2012Karin Johansson – Necklace: Sunny Spot, 2012Gold, enamel, reconstructed white coral, reconstructed pink coral, acrylic photo by Johan Hörnestam

Nikolay Sardamov, Brooch, 2013Nikolay Sardamov - Brooch: Untitled, 2013 – Silver 925 oxidised, brooch   Photo Nikolay Sardamov

 

 

gallery sofie lachaert
St Jozefstraat 30
9140 – Tielrode
Belgium
Telephone: 32 3 711 19 63

25/11/2013

CONFERENCE – Musée des Arts Deco., Paris (FR) – 27 Nov. 2013

Parcours du Bijou «Circuit Bijoux» – Paris – à partir de SEPT. 2013

De septembre 2013 à mars 2014

bannière Circuits Bijoux

Nicole Bremond gives a conference in the Museum of Art Decorative in Paris about
the history of rings ; myths, functions and emotions
The conference will be on November 27, at 18:30Vered Babaï rings (among others) will be presented  at this occasion
Nicole Bremond gives a conference in the Museum of Art Decorative in Paris about the history of rings ; myths, functions and emotions The conference will be on November 27, at 16:30 Vered Babaï rings will be presented  at this occasion

23/11/2013

I KNEW I’ve got the BLUES !!!!

Classé dans : Catalina GIBERT NADAL (ES),COUP DE COEUR,Espagne (ES) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:32

…… With Catalina Gibert !

« aMare es el proyecto que hice mientras estaba en Idar Oberstein. Azul oscuro. Buscando una unidad entre la pintura y el lapis lázuli para explicar ese borde que se define al encontrarse la tierra con el mar.
M.A.R. ha sido el trabajo posterior en el que básicamente buscaba el color y la luz del Mediterráneo« 

mare nostrum Cata photophoto Catalina Gibert
Catalina Gibert "aMARE" experimentation
Catalina Gibert « aMARE » experimentation

……  « Ingredientes: 1 parte de tela de lino, 2 partes de pintura acrílica, otra parte de acuarelas.
Receta: Mezclar bien los ingredientes siempre con el Mare Nostrum en la mente y en el corazón »

Catalina Gibert - "aMARE" - necklace - linen canvas, acrylic paint, lapis lazuli - silver
Catalina Gibert – « aMARE » – necklace – linen canvas, acrylic paint, lapis lazuli – silver
Catalina Gibert - aMARE
Catalina Gibert – « aMARE » – necklace – linen canvas, acrylic paint, lapis lazuli – silver
Catalina Gibert - Brooch + Object - nov 2013 - Linen canvas·acrylic paint·steel·lapis lazuli (aMARE - Exchange semester project_2013 F. H. Idar-Oberstein)
Catalina Gibert – Brooch + Object – nov 2013 – Linen canvas·acrylic paint·steel·lapis lazuli
(aMARE – Exchange semester project – 2013 – F. H. Idar-Oberstein)
Catalina Gibert - working on "M.A.R."Catalina Gibert - working on « M.A.R. »

M.A.R. :

 | close your eyes
| relax
| focus on your breath
| smell the sea breeze, listen to the slow movement of the breaking waves
| visualize the white sand, the water, the golden sun reflecting on it
| a water with a wide palette of green
| white, pale, light, dark, almost blue degrees of green
| can you see it?
| now you are diving into the Mediterranean sea
| just enjoy it !!!
Catalina Gibert - M.A.R. - necklace #1 frontCatalina Gibert – M.A.R. – necklace #1 front - linen canvas·acrylic paint·water colours·gold

Catalina Gibert - "M.A.R." - Necklace #1 Back view Linen canvas, acrylic paint, water colours, gold
Catalina Gibert - « M.A.R. » – Necklace #1 Back view Linen canvas, acrylic paint, water colours, gold
Catalina Gibert - "M.A.R." - Necklace - Linen canvas, acrylic paint, water colours, gold
Catalina Gibert – « M.A.R. » – Necklace – Linen canvas, acrylic paint, water colours, gold
Catalina Gibert - "M.A.R." - brooches -  Linen canvas, acrylic paint, water colours, gold, brass
Catalina Gibert - « M.A.R. » – brooches -  Linen canvas, acrylic paint, water colours, gold, brass

22/11/2013

EXPO ‘la cour des miracles’ – ALLIAGES, Lille (FR) – 14 Dec. 2013 – 18 Janv. 2014

ALLIAGES  Lille  « la cour des miracles »

Juan Riusech (commissaire de l’exposition) et Hélène Soète présentent “La Cour des Miracles”, la nouvelle exposition collective d’ALLIAGES. La Cour des Miracles, refuge de truands et miséreux, là où la beauté est absente ou présente, là où des merveilles commencent ou finissent.L’exposition aura lieu du 14 décembre 2013 au 18 janvier 2014. Vernissage de l’exposition le vendredi 13 décembre 2013 de 18h à 20h30.
Juan Riusech (curator of this exhibition) and Hélène Soète present “La Cour des Miracles”, the brand new group exhibition of ALLIAGES.
La Cour des Miracles, home to mobsters and destitute, where beauty is absent or present, where the wonders begin or end.
The exhibition will take place from Dec. 14th, 2013 to Jan. 18th, 2014. Opening will take place on Friday Dec. 13th, 2013 from18h to 20h30.
ALLIAGES  Lille "la cour des miracles"
Bijou contemporain : Fiona Parkinson (GB) — Rosa Nogués Freixas (ES) — Ann Povey (GB) — Marta Armada (ES) — Paula Isola (AR) — Beate Pfefferkorn (DE)– Philip Sajet (NL) — Stefano Pedonesi (IT)– Linda Schuch (DE) — Dominique Lietaert (BE) — Elisabeth Alba (ES) — Heidemarie Herb (IT)– Camille Moncomble (FR) — Júlia Ortega Canalda (ES) — Margarita Alonso (ES) — María Eugenia Ramos (AR) — Montse Bote (ES) — Motoko Furuhashi (US) — Amélie Trahard (FR) — Jordane Somville (FR) — Maria Solorzano (AR) — Ana Garcia Moya (ES) — Djurdjica Kesic (AU) — Karine Niemand (FR) — Nelly van Oost (FR) — Cédric Chevalley (CH) — Eun Mi Kwon (DE) — Mihaela Zvinca (RO)
Rosa Nogues Freixas
Rosa Nogues Freixas
Marta Armada
Marta Armada
Fabienne Christyn
[★]EXPO 'la cour des miracles' - ALLIAGES, Lille (FR) - 14 Dec. 2013 - 18 Janv. 2014  dans ALLIAGES (FR) spaceball
Ann PoveyAnn Povey

Philip SajetPhilip Sajet

Somville JordaneJordane Somville

Nelly van Oost
Nelly van Oost
Heidemarie Herb
 Heidemarie Herb
Motoko Furihashi
Motoko Furihashi
Maria Eugenia Ramos
Maria Eugenia Ramos
111, BD Victor Hugo
59000 Lille

21/11/2013

EXPO ‘Dieci Incanti’ – Internocortile, Torino (IT) – 21 Nov. 2013 – 16 janv 2014

Dieci Incanti – 21nov-2013- 16 janv 2014  Torino Italia

Dieci Incanti - 21nov-2013- 16 janv 2014  Torino Italia
“dieci incanti”: il gioiello contemporaneo nelle creazioni di:
Melissa Aiello — Laboratorio Orafo Lunatica di Lucia Bianco  — Silvia Beccaria
Luisa Bruni — Francesca Caltabiano — Ferdi Giardini — Maema — ManugandaManu Mara — Valeria Eva Rossi.
Silvia Beccaria
 Silvia Beccaria - gorgiera (detail)
Manuganda
Manuganda
uno dei "dieci incanti" è Luisa Bruni gioielli !
Luisa Bruni   2013 
via villa glori 6 (zona piazza zara),
10133 Turin

20/11/2013

EXPO ‘FRAGMENTS’ – Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, Bradford (UK)- 14 Nov.2013 – 26 Janv. 2014

FRAGMENTS
NINE NEW GRADUATES FIND THEIR PLACE

Exhibition at Kath Libbert Gallery

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTS -  "Fragments" - Nine New Graduates Find Their Place · Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - 14 nov. 2013 - 26 jan. 2014 - Bradford UK(neckpiece by Annelisse Pfeifer, a graduate from Birmingham School of Jewellery.)

The New Graduates are:

Annelisse Pfeifer, Birmingham School of Jewellery; Alice Clarke, Birmingham School of Jewellery; Kelly Munro, Edinburgh College of Art; Ciara Bowles, Edinburgh College of Art; Emma Gregory, Glasgow School of Art; Elizabeth Jane Campbell, Edinburgh College of Art; Jessica Frost, University of the Arts, Rochester; Katrine Standahl, Middlesex University; Tracey Falvey, Plymouth College of Art

 

Annelisse Pfeifer ‘White Horizon’ – neckpiece in mixed media, modelledAnnelisse Pfeifer ‘White Horizon’ – neckpiece in mixed media, modelled Kelly Munroe ‘Nets and Ropes’ necklace in wood, copper and neopreneKelly Munroe ‘Nets and Ropes’ necklace in wood, copper and neoprene

Clara Bowles - ‘Cuke Blue’ necklace hand pierced in powder coated aluminium, suede, chenille and silver
Ciara Bowles - ‘Cuke Blue’ necklace hand pierced in powder coated aluminium, suede, chenille, silver

Emma Gregory - "fibonacci" brooch, steel, modelled - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTSEmma Gregory – « fibonacci » brooch, steel, modelled

 Elizabeth Jane Campbell - "Scatter of stress" brooch in carved ceramic honeycomb block, silver, enamel - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTS
Elizabeth Jane Campbell – « Scatter of stress » brooch in carved ceramic honeycomb block, silver, enamel
Katrine Standahl - Bangles and rings in African blackwood with 14ct and 18ct gold inlay - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTSKatrine Standahl - Bangles and rings in African blackwood with 14ct and 18ct gold inlay
Tracey Falvey - Rings in recycled silver and paint. Photo by Paul Mounsey - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTS Tracey Falvey – Rings in recycled silver and paint. Photo by Paul Mounsey

 

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery
Salts Mill
BD18 3LA – Bradford
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01274 599790
website: www.kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk
mail: info@kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk

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19/11/2013

Le SILENCE du FONDS des COEURS ……

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR — bijoucontemporain @ 0:02

I lastly saw on a web site a « jewels’ online exhibition » title that I loved :
« The SOUND of SILENCE« . But if the title « talked » to me, the jewels shown didn’t correspond to the title, at least for me ….
And now, the « tilt effect » has worked : I found MY silent jewels …. :-)

 

Mary Hallam Pearse - Bling Brooch #5
Mary Hallam Pearse - Bling Brooch #5
Jim Lee - Wind and Limb, 2012, Oil on linen and wood with staples
Jim Lee – Wind and Limb, 2012, Oil on linen and wood with staples
Tarja Tuupanen
Tarja Tuupanen
Julia Walter
Julia Walter
"Fou de Feu" - Life is a bubble – Part#2 – Bubble Line
« Fou de Feu » (Design ceramic studio by Veerle Van Overloop) - Life is a bubble – Part#2 – Bubble Line 2010 – ceramic
Rosa Fetens - spokojna / calm
Rosa Fetens – spokojna / calm
Nelli Tanner, Brooch, 2012
Nelli Tanner, Brooch, 2012
Demi Thomloudis, Brooch, 2013
Demi Thomloudis, Brooch, 2013
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