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02/08/2015

EXPO ‘SIX: new work by six young makers’ – Gallery Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco (USA) – 1-15 Aout 2015

Six: Nikki Couppee, Hunter Creel, Zachery Lechtenberg, Andrew Kuebeck, Aric Verrastro, Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro

 Artists’ Reception: Saturday, August 1, 6-8 pm
Velvet da Vinci is proud to present 6, an exhibition of jewelry and sculptural objects by six young voices in the field. Featured artists include Nikki Couppee, Hunter Creel, Zachery Lechtenberg, Andrew Kuebeck, Aric Verrastro, and Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro. Working with a range of processes and techniques, each artist brings a fresh perspective to their craft and material lineage. The show will run from August 1-15, 2015. An opening reception with the artists will take place on August 1st, from 6-8 pm.

 

Velvet da Vinci - 6: New Work by Six Young Makers -

Participating Artists:
Nikki Couppee Hunter CreelZachery LechtenbergAndrew KuebeckAric Verrastro —   Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro

 Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro "Pfoufe 6", 2015 PLA plastic, recycled fox fur, steelVincent Pontillo-Verrastro « Pfoufe 6″, 2015 PLA plastic, recycled fox fur, steel
Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro’s current presents a dialogue emphasizing the primacy of touch in experiencing jewelry, focusing on the tactile and functional properties of the brush.

Aric Verrastro, Velvet da Vinci, DriftingAric Verrastro,   Drifting – brooch
Aric Verrastro creates souvenirs in the form of jewelry, intended to capture the essence of noteworthy places and events from the past and present of the artist’s personal history. Verrastro earned undergraduate degrees in Metals/Jewelry and Studio Art from SUNY Buffalo State College. He recently earned an MFA in Metalsmithing/Jewelry at Indiana University (Bloomington, IN), where he currently serves as Associate Instructor in Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design

Nikki Couppee Necklace: Neogem, 2015 Plexiglass, brass, fine silver, sterling silver, found objectsNikki Couppee Necklace: Neogem, 2015 Plexiglass, brass, fine silver, sterling silver, found objects
Nikki Couppee’s recent work investigates the performative social functions of jewelry, utilizing Plexiglass, brass, and found objects in place of precious gems and metals. Working with everyday materials she intuitively creates her own versions of gemstones, hand cast and faceted in luminescent plastics. Couppee received an M.F.A. in Jewelry/ Metals from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio (2011) and a B.F.A. from the University of Georgia, Athens Georgia in Jewlery/Metals (2007).

Andrew Kuebeck - "second place" brooch - Sterling Silver, Fine Silver, Enamel, Toner Decal, Steel; Fabricated, Cast, Enameled, FusedAndrew Kuebeck – « second place » brooch – Sterling Silver, Fine Silver, Enamel, Toner Decal, Steel; Fabricated, Cast, Enameled, Fused
 Andrew Kuebeck , recipient of the 2012 SNAG Emerging Artist award, works in a variety of formats ranging from functional jewelry to sculptural objects and vessels. Inspired by Beefcake photography of the 1960’s and 70’s, his recent felt pieces explore the incorporation of photographic images into textiles, jewelry, and objects.

Hunter Creel "Officer Mama" 2015 copper, brass, acrylic & enamel paintHunter Creel « Officer Mama » 2015 copper, brass, acrylic & enamel paint
Hunter Creel creates bold sculptural objects, utilizing a language of simple forms drawn from the realms of the utilitarian and the abstract. Powder-coated in vibrant hues of enamel paint,

 

 

 

Velvet da Vinci
2015 Polk Street,
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415-441-0109
Email:  info@velvetdavincigallery.com
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11am – 6pm, Sunday, 11am – 4pm

 

 

 

 

11/07/2011

DECOUVERTE : Andrew KUEBECK

Classé dans : Andrew KUEBECK (US),USA — bijoucontemporain @ 2:15

 Andrew Kuebeck

« Just completed my MFA 2011 at Indiana University, Bloomington, in Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing, and am currently working on setting up my own studio.
 Working to find interesting ways of combining my own photographic images with my jewelry pieces and metalsmithed objects. »

« His work combines imagery of himself as well as explorations of the male human body in movement  » (Lisette blog)
http://www.iub.edu/~metals/Site/Home.html

DECOUVERTE :  Andrew KUEBECK dans Andrew KUEBECK (US)
Andrew Kuebeck Finally Coming Home – Copper, Sterling Silver, Enamel

 dans USA
Andrew Kuebeck - Splatter on the Brain – Copper, Enamel, Photo on Enamel, Thread – Albums: The Rationale for RidiculousIndiana University, Bloomington

Two Birds With One Stone
Andrew Kuebeck - Two birds with one stone – Fine Silver, Copper, Enamel, Photo on Enamel, Thread, Found Stone; Fabricated, Die Formed, Enameled, Set

Wednesday Piece-A-Day
Andrew Kuebeck - Wednesday Piece-A-Day- brooch – Copper, Enamel, Wool, Steel, Gold Leaf; Cold Connected, Enameled, Gold Leafed

Second Place
Andrew Kuebeck - Second place – brooch – Sterling Silver, Fine Silver, Enamel, Toner Decal, Steel; Fabricated, Cast, Enameled, Fused

http://www.indiana.edu/~metals/Andrew_Kuebeck_files/droppedImage.jpg
Andrew Kuebeck A Ride in Protest -  Sterling silver, fine silver, copper, enamel, toner decal, steel – 2010

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_nIQQGJ7rO3M/TLudrr8NtSI/AAAAAAAAAtg/LNox7VyF5JY/s1600/_DSC8219.jpg

Andrew Kuebeck « Never saw it coming »

 

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