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30/01/2015

EXPO ‘SOLOƧ : Never Odd Or Even Part IV’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 7 Janv.-21 Fevr. 2015

SOLOƧ: Never Odd Or Even Part IV by Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson Exhibition  -

ATTA Gallery Bangkok, Thailand

This is the fourth exhibition by the artistic duo, Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson. In this exhibition, the artists explore the notion of symmetry in life and nature and its contradictions through palindromes.

SOLOƧ: Never Odd Or Even Part IV by Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson Exhibition  / 07 Jan 2015 - 21 Feb 2015 ATTA Gallery Bangkok, Thailand

What happens when two artists decide to mirror their own work but also reflect and bounce off each other’s visual language? Will we borrow or rob ideas from one another? Will we feel the need to be the one who must sell at tallest sum? Will our work end up at the same level? Or will ‘dammit i’m mad!’ for doing this pop up in our heads? Our new series of work has been created under an echo of two minds exploring the contradictory meanings of symmetry in nature and life. Mirrors are commonly used for personal grooming or admiring oneself. In the mirror you can see yourself, but not quite… The mirror image is reversed. In a mutual admiration can we create a mega gem? This might get interesting, won’t it now? Have we hit your radar? Come and see this top spot that is too hot to hoot!

Tanel Veenre Brooch: Palindrome XVI, 2014 Seahorses, artificial resin, silver, cosmic dust Photo by: Tanel VeenreTanel Veenre Brooch: Palindrome XVI, 2014 Seahorses, artificial resin, silver, cosmic dust Photo by: Tanel Veenre:

Märta Mattsson Brooch: Slice, 2014 Electrofromed beetle, cubic zirconia, resin, silverMärta Mattsson Brooch: Slice, 2014 Electrofromed beetle, cubic zirconia, resin, silver

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109, 4,6 Charoenkrung Soi 36
10500, Charoenkrung -  Bangkok
THAILAND

28/01/2015

selected for SCHMUCK 2015 : 4 from ARGENTINA …

selected for SCHMUCK 2015 : 4 from ARGENTINA !

Jorge Castañon, Mercedes Castro CorbatCarolina Dutari y Sol Flores, cuatro Joyeros argentinos !!

Jorge castanon Las Madrigueras II - Necklace. Parts of an old Thonet chair and linen. Constructed. 51 cm x 17 cm x 2,5 cmJorge Castañón – Las Madrigueras II – 2009 – Necklace. Parts of an old Thonet chair and linen. Constructed. 51 cm x17 cm x 2,5 cm

Jorge Castañon Ring: Colour, 2014 Toronja, Lapislazuli, Avocado, Turmeric, Nazarene 6 x 4 x 4 cm Photo by: Damian Wasser  Jorge Castañon Ring: Colour, 2014 Toronja, Lapislazuli, Avocado, Turmeric, Nazarene 6 x 4 x 4 cm Photo: Damian Wasser -

 Jorge CastañonJorge Castañon – brooch

Jorge Castañon  - necklace - trabajo 2012-2013Jorge Castañon  - necklace – trabajo 2012-2013

Mercedes Castro Corbat  -    piezas de la serie "La Dote" viajan a MunichMercedes Castro Corbat piezas de la serie « La Dote »

Mercedes Castro Corbat  -     piezas de la serie "La Dote" schmuck 2015Mercedes Castro Corbat  -     piezas de la serie « La Dote »

Sol Flores - serie avionesSol Flores – serie aviones – BACK of the brooch

Sol FloresSol Flores

Sol Flores – serie aviones – broches -  on the left : « NAVE 03″, from « La flota impractica » serie,brooch made of silver, wood, coper, enamel and plastic. // on the right :   » Plane-1″, 2014 Wood, Plastic, Silver 9 x 15 x 1 cm Photo by: Damian Wasser

Carolina Dutari (RA) -Suspended in Green 2014 Munich, Viena, Londres, y en Australia Sidney 2015 Serie Collar "Indio"Carolina Dutari  – Collar « Indio » for Suspended in Green 2014 

Carolina Dutari (RA) -  SCHMUCK 2015 -  Serie "Mi Tierra"  hablan del color del sentir hablan de las estrellas hablan se vos....Carolina Dutari  -  SCHMUCK 2015 -  Serie « Mi Tierra »  hablan del color, del sentir, hablan de las estrellas, hablan de vos..

27/01/2015

COUP de COEUR : Sébastien Carré – selected for TALENTE 2015

Classé dans : France (FR),HEAR Strasbourg (FR),Sebastien CARRE (FR),TALENTE,VIDEO — bijoucontemporain @ 4:28

 Sébastien Carré – selected for TALENTE 2015

[Talente-Award presentation 2015 : 14 March 2015  16:30, Halle B1 Main stage of IHM (Internationalen Handwerksmesse Munich)]

« Les médiums employés dans ma production ont été initialement choisis en fonction de la thématique, de leur aspect ou de leur symbolique. Mais avec l’arrivée des représentations de la maladie, il m’est apparu nécessaire d’intervenir d’une nouvelle façon pour introduire du sens. L’idée d’origine est de retranscrire l’arrivée d’un corps étranger sur une structure, comme une mousse sur une tuile ou une tumeur sur un organe, c’est-à-dire la colonisation d’un espace déjà conquis par une autre forme. Les matériaux comme le cuivre, le bambou, la laque asiatique sont choisis en fonction de leur utilisation dans certains principes curatifs de différentes cultures médicinales. D’autres matières, comme le cuir et l’aluminium sont utilisées, pour leur sensation et le ressenti qu’ils procurent. À la fois conducteur de chaleur et de texture interactive, ils captivent les yeux et les mains. Les fibres naturelles créent un tissage, un lien qui assemble le tout. Le bijou devient alors un conducteur de sensations et d’émotions et introduit un questionnement sur les perceptions que l’on peut avoir de son propre corps. La laque est magnifiée par le contact avec la peau, le tube de cotte de mailles glisse entre les mains et semble mis en mouvement par une volonté. Extraits de la scène du corps, ces objets inertes prennent vie par l’interaction avec l’usager-spectateur. »

 Sébastien Carré - "Black Inflammation", 2014 Filmstrip and beads embroyed with cotton and wool  photo: Lee makkamSébastien Carré - « Black Inflammation », 2014 Filmstrip and beads embroyed with cotton and wool  photo: Lee makkam

Sebastien Carré 'Inflammation noire', 2014 - pellicule de film, coton, laine & perlesSebastien Carré ‘Inflammation noire’, 2014 – pellicule de film, coton, laine & perles

Sébastien Carré - Collier Inflammation, 2014 Inflammation Necklace -  plaques de cuivre émaillées, cotte de maille acier inoxydable, coton, soie, cuir, perles de rocaille  fermoir avec des aimants de Naturopathie  Copper shapes with enamel, steel chainmail, cotton, silk, leather, beads  clasp with Naturopathy's magnetsSébastien Carré – (HEAR Strasbourg FR) Collier Inflammation, 2014 Inflammation Necklace -  plaques de cuivre émaillées, cotte de maille acier inoxydable, coton, soie, cuir, perles de rocaille  fermoir avec des aimants de Naturopathie / Copper shapes with enamel, steel chainmail, cotton, silk, leather, beads  clasp with Naturopathy’s magnets
Sébastien Carré - Viscéral, 2013 Visceral  Collier de 7 mètres, aluminium et lin 7 meters necklace, aluminum and linenSébastien Carré - Viscéral, 2013 Visceral  Collier de 7 mètres, aluminium et lin 7 meters necklace, aluminum and linen
Sébastien Carré - "Visceral", 2013  7 meters Necklace, aluminum chainmail, cotton, linen, silk, leather (187 000 handmade rings)Sébastien Carré – « Visceral », 2013  7 meters Necklace, aluminum chainmail, cotton, linen, silk, leather (187 000 handmade rings)
Sébastien Carré J’aime · 14 h · Modifié ·    Collier Inflammation #7, 2015  Cotte de maille acier inoxydable, papier japonais, coton ciré, soie, lin, grenat, œil de taureaux, cuir et perles rocaille  Necklace, Chainmail steel, japanese paper, waxed cotton, silk, linen, garnet, bulls eye, leather and beads

Sébastien Carré – collier Inflammation #7, 2015 -Cotte de maille acier inoxydable, papier japonais, coton ciré, soie, lin, grenat, œil de taureaux, cuir et perles rocaille // Necklace, Chainmail steel, japanese paper, waxed cotton, silk, linen, garnet, bulls eye, leather and beads
Sébastien Carré - DNA’s Causes?, 2013, necklace, copper chain, Japanese paper, 2000 x ø 25 mm Sébastien Carré – DNA’s Causes?, 2013, necklace, copper chain, Japanese paper, 2000 x ø 25 mm
Sébastien Carré - Collier Inflammation, 2014 -   Papier japonais, nylon, sequin et plastique. Japanese paper, nylon thread sequin and plasticSébastien Carré – Collier Inflammation, 2014 -   Papier japonais, nylon, sequin et plastique. Japanese paper, nylon thread sequin and plastic
très intéressant article de Valérie Walch, nov 2014 – Portrait dans le cadre de « Première Str’Off »
Sebastien Carré  "le bijou cet organe" - article de Valérie Walch, nov 2014 - Portrait dans le cadre de "Première Str’Off"

26/01/2015

selected for TALENTE 2015 : Koen Jacobs

Koen Jacobs (selected for Talente) with his series “DESTROYED BEAUTY

[Talente-Award presentation 2015 : 14 March 2015  16:30, Halle B1 Main stage of IHM (Internationalen Handwerksmesse Munich)]

Exploring the relationship between two worlds : the upper and underworld.
For me these worlds are not necessarily black and white, good and bad or life and death.
It can also be the reverse, with the upper world being hell and the underworld heaven.
Koen Jacobs was student at Alchimia in 2013, now is at Gerrit Rietveld Academy. During Alchimia Graduation work 2013, « Koen Jacobs, dutch and the only boy in class had moved to Alchimia from the very technical and traditional school of Schonhooven. His work is a sign of his transformation as a maker and he has shown great  courage and has challenged his assumptions without holding back throughout the year. »
During the creative process I was experimenting how to express this relationship through two materials, ebony wood and resin and how to let them become one. I found the answer in the circle of creation and destruction

Koen Jacobs - afbeelding-2  - 'Blue Reborn nr.5 Brooch, 2013 8 x 5 x 4 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, silver, steel.Koen Jacobs – afbeelding-2 – ‘Blue Reborn nr.5 Brooch, 2013
8 x 5 x 4 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, silver, steel.
(mythological relationship between the upper and underworld with the tree as a symbolic connection)

Koen Jacobs - afbeelding-2  - 'Blue Reborn nr.5 Brooch, 2013 8 x 5 x 4 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, silver, steel. BACKKoen Jacobs – afbeelding-2  – ‘Blue Reborn nr.5 Brooch, 2013 8 x 5 x 4 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, silver, steel. BACK

Koen Jacobs 2013 - ebony wood, resin Koen Jacobs 2013 – Blue Life Brooch, 2013 – 10 x 6 x 4 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, silver, steel.

Koen Jacobs 2013 'Big Blue Pendant', 2013 60 x 10 x 7 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, silver, black rope. Koen Jacobs – ‘Big Blue Pendant’, 2013
60 x 10 x 7 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, silver, black rope.
(mythological relationship between the upper and underworld with the tree as a symbolic connection)

Koen Jacobs 2013 (Alchimia)Koen Jacobs 2013 – Destroyed Beauty – Pendant, 60 x 10 x 7 cm – Ebony wood, resin, silver, black robe

Koen Jacobs 2013 -( Alchimia) 'Downfall', 2013 44 x 12 x 10 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, zinc-plated steel. (mythological relationship between the upper and underworld with the tree as a symbolic connection)Koen Jacobs   – ‘Downfall’, 2013 – 44 x 12 x 10 cm, made from: Ebony Wood, resin, zinc-plated steel.
(mythological relationship between the upper and underworld with the tree as a symbolic connection)

selected for SCHMUCK 2015 : Yuki Sumiya

Classé dans : ALCHIMIA (IT),Japon (JP),SCHMUCK (DE),Yuki SUMIYA (JP) — bijoucontemporain @ 5:26

Yuki Sumiya (selected for Schmuck) with her “GARDEN ” series

Yuki Sumiya was student at Alchimia. Experimenting with the ideal relationship between man and nature.

« The ordinary and the extraordinary, existence and disappearance, permanence and transience, inside and outside, stillness and flow, visible and invisible…
My central theme is duality: focusing on the co-existence of two concepts, and then looking at the relationship between the two. Through my jewellery, I tyr to make the invisible visible. »

« I see this, in the synthesis of the natural and man-made in a beautiful garden,
where the gardeners have thinned out the cedar trees,
erected fences incorporating the original trees,
and also sown lawns interspersed with concrete surfaces,
the perfect balance that can be achieved between nature and human intervention moves me.
I want to ask, “How can we, man and nature, co-exist?””

 yuki sumiya - Garden Brooch oxidized silver sponge wireYuki Sumiya – Garden Brooch oxidized silver sponge wire

In the ‘Garden’ series, I’m principally experimenting with the ideal relationship between man and nature. When I see this, for example in the synthesis of the natural and man-made in a beautiful garden, where the gardeners have thinned out the cedar trees, erected fences incorporating the original trees, and also sown lawns interspersed with concrete surfaces, the perfect balance that can be achieved between nature and human intervention moves me. I want to ask, “How can we, man and nature, co-exist?”
In the ‘Garden’ series, both the materials, silver and synthetic sponge, come originally from under the earth, since synthetic sponge is made from oil. When I use green sponge in my work, I use it to symbolize nature, but actually it is a man-made copy of nature.
This complex aspect of the combination of natural metal with synthetic sponge also raises the question of where the value lies in the piece.Yuki Sumiya - “GARDEN ” seriesYuki Sumiya – “GARDEN ” Brooch -oxidized silver, sponge

 

Yuki Sumiya - “GARDEN ” seriesYuki Sumiya – “GARDEN ” series

Yuki Sumiya:  oxidized silver, spongeYuki Sumiya:  « garden » brooch oxidized silver, sponge

 yuki sumiya - Garden Brooch oxidized silver sponge wire Yuki Sumiya – Garden Brooch oxidized silver sponge wire

Yuki Sumiya - Garden Brooch - 18K gold plated silver spongeYuki Sumiya – Garden Brooch – 18K gold plated silver sponge

Yuki Sumiya - Blue pool / Brooch -  18K gold plated silver iron acrylic spongeYuki Sumiya - Blue pool / Brooch -  18K gold plated silver iron acrylic sponge

 

24/01/2015

Decouverte : JIYE YUN – petites scènes de vie

Classé dans : DECOUVERTE,Jiye YUN (KR),KOOKMIN University (KR),Korea (KR),TALENTE — bijoucontemporain @ 21:36

JIYE YUN, selected for TALENTE 2015

[Talente-Award presentation 2015 : 14 March 2015  16:30, Halle B1 Main stage of IHM (Internationalen Handwerksmesse Munich)]

plus que des « portraits » : « Human Beings and the Scenes of Existence« 

2014 M.F.A. Metal craft & Jewelry, Graduate School of Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea
2012 B.F.A. Metal craft & Jewelry, Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea
2014 Marzee Graduate Show 2014, Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, Netherlands

Brooches 2013 - JIYE YUNBrooch « Balance Beam » 2013 – JIYE YUN

JIYE YUN statement

Brooches 2013 - JIYE YUNJIYE YUN - Brooch « play » 2013 -  iron, copper, enamel, paint marker, etc.

Brooches 2014 - JIYE YUN (KE - Kookmin University)  - Diving iron, copper, enamel, epoxy on cardboard box 2014JIYE YUN Brooches 2014  – « Diving » iron, copper, enamel, epoxy on cardboard box 2014

JIYE YUN - "nurse" brooch iron, copper, enamel, paint marker, etc. 2013JIYE YUN – « nurse » brooch iron, copper, enamel, paint marker, etc. 2013

Brooches 2014 - JIYE YUN - having a shower ...JIYE YUNBrooches 2014 – having a shower …

JIYE YUN - brooch  2014 -  iron, copper, enamel, ceramic colorJIYE YUN – brooch  2014 -  iron, copper, enamel, ceramic color

Brooches 2014 - JIYE YUN Brooches 2014 – JIYE YUN

  JIYE YUN - "Leaving" - iron, copper, enamel, leather 2014  JIYE YUN – « Leaving » brooch – iron, copper, enamel, leather 2014

 

selected for SCHMUCK 2015 : Kaori Juzu

Classé dans : email / enamel,Japon (JP),Kaori JUZU (JP/DK),SCHMUCK (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:13

Kaori Juzu

«  »Jewellery » is a word that can give anyone a concrete image in a moment, though it is associated with so many different sorts of work.
The word itself is so common that no one seems to pay attention anymore.
And there could be a gap between my work and what people usually recognize as jewellery…
One day I found one precious name in danish which better describes,
what I experience in the process of making
« klenodie »
treasure, gem, jewel …just a small thing,
but it always makes me feel warm. »

Kaori Juzu - mare nostrum - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt gold. Kaori Juzu – mare nostrum – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt gold.
nominated for Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

« Handmade Enamel Treasures by Kaori Juzu
I love it when craft can pull through and show its face in a number of different realms. Often you see this in galleries, where an artist creates using handiwork that might be considered craft. But they don’t use the material for functional purposes, mainly for expression and to build on a concept or idea. If there’s someone who sits in this murky area it would be artist Kaori Juzu. Born in Fukuoka, Japan she moved to Bornholm in Denmark to study art, where she then founded a small line of jewellery. After training with well-known Danish jewellery designer Per Suntum, Kaori set up her own studio producing experimental brooches.
Kaori crafts by hand what she now calls ‘klenodie’. This title is a Danish word for artefact, gem, jewel, or treasure, encapsulating her pieces under this wide spectrum. She uses a mixture of copper, silver, and gold depending on the idea at hand. The metal is carefully hammered and sculpted in to shape, after a mixture of enamels (powdered glass) are applied to the metal which react in the kiln at high temperature creating a unique colour pattern and surface texture. Her forms and compositions are quite exquisite, they remind me of abstract objects carefully arranged on a canvas, the only twist is that they’re actually made of metal and are at a smaller scale. It’s fantastic to see such experimentation.
The more I explore as a creative the less I’m worried about the particular medium used. It’s more impressive to see a creative use a multitude of materials to bring an idea in to fruition, overstepping the boundaries as it were. I’m intrigued by Kaori’s work and can’t wait to see more from her in the near future, if you have time I’d recommend watching this video piece (see above) on how she produces these objects and what inspires her. » (An introduction by Mark Robinson at OEN – the189.com)

Kaori Juzu, "so close : so far" - brooch series # 2 2013. enamel, copper, silverKaori Juzu, « so close : so far » – brooch series # 2 2013. enamel, copper, silver

Kaori Juzu - voyage - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silver, 24kt gold, fine silverKaori Juzu - « voyage » – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silver, 24kt gold, fine silver

Kaori Juzu, mare mea - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt goldKaori Juzu, mare mea – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt gold

Kaori Juzu, "looking for rose-buds" - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silverKaori Juzu, « looking for rose-buds » – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silver

 

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23/01/2015

selected for SCHMUCK 2015 : Kazumi Nagano

Classé dans : Japon (JP),Kazumi NAGANO (JP),papier / paper,SCHMUCK (DE),techniques textiles — bijoucontemporain @ 2:22

Kazumi Nagano is an artist reaching back to ancient traditions and reinterpreting these in a contemporary form. Her work is still very much influenced by Nihonga, a technique that she studied during her university years. This is a traditional Japanese painting technique involving the use of rock pigments deriving from natural minerals. She makes use of colour as she would in painting, although the techniques to achieve the effect are different. She employs the weaving together of strands of metal such as silver and gold, silk, nylon and Japanese paper thread, to create different colour and texture patterns. The skilful use of this technique gives a refined quality to the pieces. Nagano conveys delicacy to her works by means of creating soft shapes. Interesting and unexpected effects can be produced by making woven material into three-dimensional shapes and by the sequence of colour combination, light and shade. The suppleness of the pieces facilitates interrelation with the human body and makes them all the more appealing to touch. Her pieces are very intuitive and are the result, at times, of a mere feeling. (Alternatives gallery)

 She graduated at the Tama University of Art, Tokyo, obtaining both a BA and an MA in art. Her jewellery career began in 1996 after having studied under Minato Nakamura. In 2002, she was awarded fine works prize in the Japan Art Jewellery Competition, Tokyo. Her works are part of the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK and the Alice and Louis Koch Rings Collection, Switzerland. She has taken part in numerous exhibitions and craft shows internationally, among which SOFA in Chicago and New York

 

Kazumi Nagano - Brooch 2014 bambootape, nylonthread, gpld18Kazumi Nagano – Brooch 2014 bambootape, nylonthread, gpld18

Kazumi NaganoKazumi Nagano brooch « Non »,  2014, Linen paper/Nylon thread/Gold(18ct)/Pin-950 silver,Woven,11X9X4 cm

Kazumi Nagano: "Brosche/brooch". 2011. Bambus, Nylon, Gold. Bamboo, nylon, gold. 110x900x50mm. Schmuck 2012Kazumi Nagano: « Brosche/brooch ». 2011. Bambus, Nylon, Gold. Bamboo, nylon, gold. 110x900x50mm. Schmuck 2012

Kazumi Nagano, Japan. Japanese Garden Autumn Brooch. 18k gold, Japanese paper, nylon thread, Japanese lacquer. 85cm x 95cm x 70cmKazumi Nagano – Japanese Garden Autumn Brooch. 18k gold, Japanese paper, nylon thread, Japanese lacquer. 85cm x 95cm x 70cm

Kazumi Nagano, Japan, Brooches, Japanese paper, gold, silver pin, nylon thread and Japanese lacquerKazumi Nagano,   Brooches, Japanese paper, gold, silver pin, nylon thread and Japanese lacquer

 Kazumi Nagano,   Bracelet, Japanese paper, 18ct gold, Chinese inkKazumi Nagano,   Bracelet, Japanese paper, 18ct gold, Chinese ink

 Kazumi Nagano (at COLLECT 2013)Kazumi Nagano work done for  COLLECT 2013 - bracelet – woven, gold, nylon

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22/01/2015

Velislava Bozhinova. WHITE WHITE WHITE love (too)

Classé dans : brooches,Bulgarie (BG),ceramique,COUP DE COEUR,Velislava BOZHINOVA (BG) — bijoucontemporain @ 21:08

(jamais deux sans trois ….. voici mon troisième « Love BLANC » … le « mois du blanc » ? non, besoin de clarté, de pureté, de lumière, de « simplicité » après ces jours d’actualité sombre ….)

Velislava Bozhinova - ses broches surtout, comme de petits animaux, entre le cailloux doux et le coquillage, toujours cerclés d’une armature noire …. structurés, mais structure eux-mêmes : anciens ossements ? organisme restant, ou à venir ?

2011-2014 Master Degree Jewellery Design and Silversmithing at Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp, Belgium)

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Velislava Bozhinova - brooch backVelislava Bozhinova brooch

Velislava BozhinovaVelislava Bozhinova brooch

Velislava Bozhinova – Brooch, 10,5x4x5 cm, ceramic, silver, inoxVelislava Bozhinova – Brooch, 10,5x4x5 cm, ceramic, silver, inox

Velislava Bozhinova - Brooch, 11x5,5x4,5 cm, ceramic, silver, inoxVelislava Bozhinova – Brooch, « Adaptation » 2014 – 11×5,5×4,5 cm, ceramic, silver, inox

Velislava BozhinovaVelislava Bozhinova – Necklace,   ceramic, hemp rope 2014

Velislava Bozhinova necklaceVelislava Bozhinova necklace – Photos: Ivan Nikolov

Velislava Bozhinova -BroochVelislava Bozhinova brooch

Velislava Bozhinova - Brooch, "Adaptation" 8x4,5x4 cm, porcelain,brass, inox  2014Velislava Bozhinova – Brooch, « Adaptation » 8×4,5×4 cm, porcelain,brass, inox  2014
Velislava Bozhinova - Brooch,   ceramic, silver, inox Velislava Bozhinova – Brooch – Adaptation 2014 -   ceramic, silver, inox
 Velislava  Bozhinova brooches Velislava  Bozhinova brooches
Velislava Bozhinova -Brooch, 6x4,5x4,5 cm, ceramic, silver, inox
Velislava Bozhinova - Brooch, 6×4,5×4,5 cm, ceramic, silver, inox

21/01/2015

Verde que te quiero verde …. Mabel Pena

Classé dans : Argentine (RA),COUP DE COEUR,CREATEURS,Joyeros Argentinos (RA),Mabel PENA (RA) — bijoucontemporain @ 4:02

Mabel Pena, Argentina -

Con una amplia formación que se actualiza hasta el día de hoy, experiencia docente en su propio taller y distintas instituciones, desarrolla actualmente su creación alrededor de la temática de la naturaleza y su alteración. (Joyeros Argentinos)

« En la joyería encontré el lenguaje que me permite explorar mi mundo interno, manifestar mis reflexiones y experiencias en piezas únicas. Joyas que transmiten mi mirada y que cobran sentido a través del cuerpo de quien las porta.
La actualidad de mi obra profundiza sobre nuestro lugar en la tierra y surge como reflexión sobre la influencia del ser humano en las alteraciones de la naturaleza.
Detengo mi mirada en esta problemática transformando materiales de la cotidianeidad (bolsas de supermercado de polietileno, tapas de botellas, etc.) y dando forma a joyas que evocan a la naturaleza, resignificando su existencia y convirtiéndolas en paradójicos objetos de consciencia. »

Mabel pena -  Necklace and Broch Nature, Nests, everlasting present. (Alpaca, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah)Mabel Pena -  Necklace  Nature, Nests, everlasting present. (Alpaca, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah).

Mabel Pena - Necklace Jungle, everlasting present. (Silk, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene).Mabel Pena - Necklace Jungle, everlasting present. (Silk, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene).

Mabel Pena - Necklace Jungle, everlasting present. (Silk, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene).Mabel Pena – Necklace Jungle, everlasting present. (Silk, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene).

Mabel Pena -   brooch, Nature, Nests, everlasting present.(supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah.)Mabel Pena -   brooch, Nature, Nests, everlasting present.(supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah.)

Mabel Pena, ArgentinaMabel Pena broche

Mabel Pena -  Necklace and Broch Nature, Nests, everlasting present. (Alpaca, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah).Mabel Pena -   Broch Nature, Nests, everlasting present. (Alpaca, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah).

Necklace and Broch Nature, Nests, everlasting present. (Alpaca, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah). DETAILMabel Pena -   Necklace and Broch Nature, Nests, everlasting present. (Alpaca, bronze, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah). DETAIL

Mabel Pena -  broch Nature, Nest, everlasting present. (Alpaca, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah).Mabel Pena -  broch Nature, Nest, everlasting present. (Alpaca, supermarket bags recycled polyethylene, loofah).

Mabel Pena ringMabel Pena ring

 

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