Beate Weiss, Tamara Grüner & Jillian Moore
Galery Schmuckfrage is showing these strange little creatures and unknown sub-aqua friends in the new exposition « underwaterlove » :
Jillian Moore – brooch- ‘Red Flasher’ 2009 – Composite & epoxy resin, paint, nickel, silver
« Three jewellery artists are expressing their love for underwater worlds in different works.
A happy exposition of submarine plants and living creatures can be experienced in the works of Beate Weiss (DE), Tamara Grüner (DE) and Jillian Moore (US).
The wonderful and exciting underwater flora and fauna with their stinks, knobs, weightless bulbs, tactiled feet, strange and glossy surfaces, and meshy structures are becoming wearable jewelry art by the use of earthly and processed materials like porcelain, copper, plastics, wood, silicone, felt, as well as synthetic resin. As diverse and different the materials, as spectacularly structured and colorful the handmade gems. » (Ute Klotzbücher)
Jillian Moore - brooch ‘Blue Dots Branch’ 2010Fabricated copper, polymer clay, epoxy resin, paint
Beate Weiss - necklace ‘Gavalon’ Resin, colour, steel
Tamara Grüner - necklace ‘Aulosphaera’ – Porcelain, various plastics, pigment, pearls 2008
ces couleurs, ces matériaux qu’on croirait du verre, me mettent en joie !
SHOP Jillian Moore jewelry at ETSY