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26/11/2016

EXPO ‘20/20/20’ – Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montreal (CA) – 26 Nov. 2016-25 Fevr. 2017

20/20/20

Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h‎ 

Inauguration vendredi 25 novembre à 17:00 – 20:00

20 Ans / 20 Artistes Canadiens / 20 Artistes Internationaux – Galerie Noel Guyomarch:

«La Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h est impliquée dans un grand dessein. Son objectif? Faire découvrir au plus grand monde qu’il existe une forme d’art que l’on peut porter» Susan Cummins, Présidente du Art Jewelry Forum, Conseillère en joaillerie pour la Fondation Rotasa.

Josée Desjardins -  Oracle, 2016 Bague en argent, orthose, porcelaine, linoleumJosée Desjardins -  Oracle, 2016 Bague en argent, orthose, porcelaine, linoleum

C’est en 1992 que Noel Guyomarc’h, alors assistant dans une bijouterie montréalaise, expérimente le choc de sa première rencontre avec le bijou contemporain. Ce jour, la créatrice québécoise Barbara Stutman présente un bracelet composé de tubes en plastique et de fil d’argent. Profondément intrigué par cette pièce unique, il cesse alors de percevoir le bijou comme un simple ornement et réalise que ce dernier peut véhiculer un message, une réflexion, et proposer une approche nouvelle, tant esthétique que conceptuelle. Au cours des années suivantes, Noel Guyomarc’h approfondit ses recherches sur le sujet et rencontre de nombreux artistes. Il n’aura dès lors de cesse de questionner le bijou et la pratique même de la joaillerie contemporaine. Il ouvre sa galerie, entièrement dédiée au bijou contemporain, en 1996. Depuis plus de 20 ans maintenant, Noel Guyomarc’h agit comme commissaire, diffuseur, promoteur et conseiller. Son expérience et son goût lui valent d’être aujourd’hui reconnu comme l’un des principaux spécialistes de la discipline au Québec et à l’international. Il a organisé plus de 90 expositions, individuelles et collectives, parfois itinérantes. Régulièrement invité en tant que jury et conférencier, il est depuis quelques années évaluateur, entre autres, pour le musée des Beaux Arts de Montréal. De par un dialogue personnel, la promotion d’expositions ou encore l’expérience d’ateliers créatifs, Noel Guyomarc’h a su accompagner et pousser les artistes dans leurs reflexions tout en leur offrant une nouvelle visibilité, à la galerie tout d’abord mais aussi sur la scène internationale comme récemment à SOFA Chicago. Questionner le bijou comme objet d’art, l’ouvrir à de nouvelles inspirations, explorer de nouvelles voies de fabrication et d’interprétation, voici quelques unes des pistes que la galerie choisit de mettre en avant. Elle valorise ainsi des artistes qui proposent une esthétique originale et innovatrice, qui questionnent le bijou, son impact, sa relation au corps, les possibilités et limites des matériaux et des techniques, et qui, en un mot, cherchent à le réinventer. D’un petit espace dans un édifice culturel rue Sainte Catherine, la galerie s’est ensuite installée au 137 avenue Laurier ouest avant de déménager Boulevard St Laurent il y a 5 ans. Elle est aujourd’hui la seule galerie dédiée uniquement à la discipline du bijou contemporain au Canada. Le 25 novembre prochain, c’est avec fierté et émotion que la galerie Noel Guyomarc’h célèbrera ses vingt années d’existence.  Une exposition anniversaire « 20/20/20 : 20 ans, 20 artistes canadiens, 20 artistes internationaux » présentera à cette occasion les travaux de plusieurs artistes avec lesquels Noel Guyomarc’h travaille régulièrement depuis des années : 20 créateurs de bijoux canadiens et 20 créateurs étrangers qui, tous, ont répondu présent à l’invitation. Ils présenteront de nouvelles pièces, spécifiquement créées pour l’exposition. Témoignage à la fois de la richesse de cette pratique artistique et de la tache colossale accomplie par Noël Guyomarc’h au cours de ces 20 dernières années, l’exposition mettra en scène des artistes reconnus internationalement comme l’espagnol Ramon Puig Cuyas, l’américaine Rebecca Hannon ou encore le canadien Paul McClure, récent récipiendaire du prestigieux Prix Saidye Bronfman, mais aussi de jeunes créateurs émergents (Gabrielle Desmarais, Silvie Altschuler, Anne-Marie Rébillard…) pour qui l’appui de Noel Guyomarc’h a été décisif.

 

20 Artistes Canadiens : Silvie Altschuler –  Bridget Catchpole –  Josée Desjardins –  Gabrielle Desmarais — Christine Dwane –  Anne Fauteux –  Vivienne Jones –  Janis Kerman –  Christine Larochelle – Petra Luz – Paul McClure –  Pierre-Yves Paquette –  Anne-Marie Rébillard –  Pamela Ritchie – Dorothée Rosen — Jan Smith –  Kye-Yeon Son – Despo Sophocleous –  Barbara Stutman –  Lawrence Woodford

20 Artistes Internationaux : Dina Abargil – Ela Bauer – Edith Bellod – Monika Brugger Ramon Puig Cuyas Sandra Enterline – Grego Garcia Tebar – Rebecca Hannon – Arthur Hash – Mirjam Hiller – Yu Hiraishi – Peter Hoogeboom – Yong Joo Kim Judy McCaig – Biba Schutz Silke SpitzerLuzia Vogt Andrea Wagner – Silvia Walz – Shu-Lin Wu

Bridget Catchpole, Dear, What Have You Done With Nana’s Pearl?, 2016, Perles, plastique, argent, rubanBridget Catchpole, Dear, What Have You Done With Nana’s Pearl?, 2016, Perles, plastique, argent, ruban

 Ramon Puig Cuyas -  N°1529, 2014 ‘Suite Dresden : An invisible Landscape’, nickel silver, enamelRamon Puig Cuyas -  N°1529, 2014 ‘Suite Dresden : An invisible Landscape’, nickel silver, enamel

 Silvia Walz, Wind from the South- West, 2016 Broche en acier et émail Silvia Walz, Wind from the South- West, 2016 Broche en acier et émail

 Mirjam Hiller, Arcanes cities and Landscapes, 2014 Broche en acier, titane et poudre thermoplastique Mirjam Hiller, Arcanes cities and Landscapes, 2014 Broche en acier, titane et poudre thermoplastique

Pamela Ritchie, Alien Landscape, 2016 Broche en bois, polymère, argent, peinturePamela Ritchie, Alien Landscape, 2016 Broche en bois, polymère, argent, peinture

Grego Garcia Tebar, Loro Extasiado, 2016 Pendentif en méthacrylate, plastique, argent, cristalGrego Garcia Tebar, Loro Extasiado, 2016 Pendentif en méthacrylate, plastique, argent, cristal

 

 

Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
4836 boulevard St-Laurent
H2T 1R5 - Montreal CANADA
info@galerienoelguyomarch.com
tel (514) 840 9362   

 

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20/02/2015

EXPO ‘BIJOUX! 2015’- Norton Museum, West Palm Beach (USA) – 26 Fevr.-1er Mars 2015

‘BIJOUX! 2015’,  Norton Museum of Art

The fourth annual exhibition and sale of contemporary art jewelry by international artists.

Preview Party:  Wednesday, February 25, 2015 / 6 PM

 

Bijoux ! 2015 - Norton Museum

ARTISTS
Noy Alon, Israel Matt Lambert, USA
Selvaggia Armani, Italy Amy Lemaire, USA
Annemieke Broenink, NL Tara Locklear, USA
Ashley Buchanan, USA Elizabete Ludviks, Canada
Theresa Burger, South Africa Marina Massone, Argentina
María Carelli, Argentina Naomi Mcintosh, Scotland
Avital Coorsh, Israel Giuliana Michelotti, USA
Kate Cusack, USA John Moore, United Kingdom
Donna D’Aquino, USA Grainne Morton, Scotland
Nirit Dekel, Israel Kathleen Nowak Tucci, USA
Jeffery Lloyd Dever, USA Gülnur Özdaglar, Turkey
Maria Eife, USA Inni Pärnänen, Finland
Leslie Ann Genninger, Italy Kim Rawdin, USA
Liat Ginzburg, Israel Meghan Patrice Riley, USA
Jed Green, United Kingdom Biba Schutz, USA
Tzuri Gueta, France Sara Shahak, Israel
Mia Hebib, USA Inbar Shahak, Israel
Aki Ichiriki, Japan Frank Tjepkema, Netherlands
Reiko Ishiyama, USA Maria Tsimpiskaki, Greece
Sally Kay, USA Myung Urso, USA
Alyssa Dee Krauss, USA Elise Winters, USA
Shay Lahover, Israel Laura Wood, USA

 

Nirit DekelNirit Dekel

Reiko IshiyamaReiko Ishiyama

Inni ParnanenInni Parnanen

Maria CarelliMaria Carelli

 

Norton Museum of Art
1451 South Olive Avenue,
West Palm Beach, FL 33401 – USA
http://www.norton.org/
tel +1 561-832-5196

21/06/2014

EXPO ‘BIBA SCHUTZ – Half-Full’ – Sienna gallery, Lenox (USA) – 21 Juin-13 Juill. 2014

Classé dans : Biba SCHUTZ (US),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Sienna Patti (US),USA — bijoucontemporain @ 0:08

June 21  -  July 13 : BIBA SCHUTZ  Half – Full
artist reception June 28 5-7 pm
artist talk July 8, 7pm at Brooklyn MetalWorks

Biba schutz3(Puckered UpOne of a kind Necklace Rosé glass sterling silver9″x9″x1.5″)


HALF FULL is the evolution of the artist’s personal relationship with materials, process, and emotion. This new body of work is a dialogue on the challenge and seduction of glass and metal, the movement and communication between liquid and crystal. The visceral quality of glass speaks to Schutz’s intuitive process and fluidity of her language as an artist, a journey continually considering the body and wearability. Schutz’s pieces offer space for contemplation and places to hide—a dance between what’s revealed and obscured, porous and dense, light reflected and absorbed. Light itself becomes a material, saturated within the glass and reflected outward. An inward journey given form, the work connects fantasy and memory through the structure of jewelry and adornment.
Trained as a graphic designer and printmaker, Biba Schutz has been a practicing, self-taught metal smith and jeweler for more than 20 years. She is well known for combining unexpected materials with metal in her wearable art. In 2012, she began incorporating glass into her jewelry designs and was the recipient of an Artist Residency at The Corning Museum of Glass in the spring of 2014.
Schutz’s works can be found in public and private collections around the world including the Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI; Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; and Rotasa Foundation, Mill Valley, CA. She has received the Award of Excellence from the American Craft Council and the Award of Excellence in Jewelry at the Smithsonian Craft Exhibition. She currently lives and works in New York City.

Biba Schutz - One of a kind Broochoxidized sterling silver & green blown glass3.75"x3.5"x1"Biba Schutz – One of a kind Brooch oxidized sterling silver & green blown glass3.75″x3.5″x1″

Biba Schutz - One of a kind BroochLamp work lavendar glass, sterling silver & steel2.75"x1.6"x1.75"Biba Schutz - One of a kind Brooch Lamp work lavendar glass, sterling silver & steel2.75″x1.6″x1.75″

Biba Schutz - One of a kind Broochsterling silver & black glass2 brooches-lamp work1.2"X1.25"x1.1" & 2.3"x1.75"x.9"Biba Schutz – One of a kind Brooch sterling silver & black glass2 brooches-lamp work1.2″X1.25″x1.1″ & 2.3″x1.75″x.9″

Biba Schutz - One of a kind Broochoxidized sterling silver & clear glass3.5"x2.5"x2.75"Biba Schutz - One of a kind Brooch oxidized sterling silver & clear glass3.5″x2.5″x2.75″

Biba Schutz - One of a Kind Necklace oxidized sterling silver , black borosilicate glass 7.5"x7.5"x1.7" (19.5"length)Biba Schutz - One of a Kind Necklace oxidized sterling silver , black borosilicate glass 7.5″x7.5″x1.7″ (19.5″length) 

Biba Schutz - One of a Kind Necklace oxidized sterling silver, colored blown glass9" x 10" x 1.5" (18.5" length)Biba Schutz - One of a Kind Necklace oxidized sterling silver, colored blown glass9″ x 10″ x 1.5″ (18.5″ length)

 

 

Sienna Gallery 80 Main Street
Lenox Massachusetts (USA)
01240 +1. 413.637.8386

12/04/2014

EXPO ‘GOOD AS GOLD’ – Craft Alliance Center, St Louis (Missouri, USA) – 4 Avril-15 Juin 2014

« GOOD AS GOLD »

To commemorate Craft Alliance’s 50th Anniversary we present Good as Gold, an exhibition which celebrates the hue of gold. From the golden fleece of the Greeks, to the Golden Stool of the Ashanti tribe in Africa, to the legend of El Dorado, gold has seduced us from the beginning of time. It’s color and preciousness continue to be a source of inspiration for artists today.
EXPO 'GOOD AS GOLD' - Craft Alliance Center, St Louis (Missouri, USA) - 4 Avril-15 Juin 2014 dans Biba SCHUTZ (US) spacerIn all craft areas there are artists who play with gold and the idea of gold in their work. The artists selected for this exhibition have used gold leafing to finish their work, golden copper wire materials to communicate their ideas or played with the beautiful glistening colors that stem from golden tones.

 EXPO  good as gold - Iris EichenbergIris Eichenberg

participating artists: Michael Bauermeister — Lanny Bergner — Laura Bombach — Gayle Eastman — Robert EbendorfIris Eichenberg — Peg Fetter — Susan Freda — John Garrett — Michelle Hamilton — Tim Harding — Biba Schutz – …. among others.

EXPO  good as gold - Bob Ebendorf 'he lost his jaw'Bob Ebendorf  ‘he lost his jaw’

Melissa Schmidt  Courtesy Craft AllianceMelissa Schmidt

EXPO  good as gold - Berryll by Gayle EastmanBerryll by Gayle Eastman
EXPO  good as gold -  Roger Rimel Roger Rimel

 

 

Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design spacer dans Exposition/Exhibition
DELMAR LOOP: 6640 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63130
St. Louis, Missouri,  USA
Gallery: 314.725.1177 x322

19/02/2014

EXPO ‘Louder than Words’ – Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery, (USA) – 5 Fevr.-5 Mars 2014

Louder than Words

Lecture: Wednesday, February 5 at 4:00 AM
Reception: Wednesday, February 5 at 5:00 PM

« JEWELRY speaks louder than words, but not nearly as often » In Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery‘s exhibition Louder than Words, artists create contrasts and communions between the visual language of jewelry art and the literary language of the printed page.

Laurie Hall - question mark ampersand & exclamation mark brooches - 2014Laurie Hall - question mark ampersand & exclamation mark brooches – 2014

Artists:  Cynthia Toops & Dan Adams — Davide Bigazzi — Jana Brevick – Jude Clarke — Kat Cole, Nancy Mēgan Corwin — Kathleen Faulkner — Peg Fetter — Sandra Manin Frias Laurie HallTrudee HillSarah Hood — Judith Hoyt — Jacquie & Uosis — Nadine Kariya — Marina Marioni — Karen T. Massaro — Carla Pennie McBride — Marcia Meyers — David LaPlantz — Eve Llyndorah — Marge Levy — Kristin Lora — Linda Kindler Priest — Gail Rappa — Biba Schutz — Jan Smith — Carolyn Tillie — Wolfgang Vaatz — Sarah Wauzynski — Paulette Werger — Sara Westermark — Kristi Zevenbergen

Marina Marioni: Tout ou Rien (All or Nothing), Brooch in sterling and fine silver, hand embroidered ribbon and cotton fabric. 3 ¼ x 1 ½”.Marina Marioni: Brooch in sterling and fine silver, hand embroidered ribbon and cotton fabric. 3 ¼ x 1 ½”.

Trudee Hill "Taken" 2013 - silver ring & necklace - Trudee Hill – « Taken » 2013 – ring in sterling silver with rhodium and 18k yellow gold vermeil. Size 7. May also be worn as a pendant. Sold with oxidized sterling silver chain containing imperfect old mine cut diamond.Ring measures 4 1/8 x 4 ¾”, chain is 76” long.
Davide Bigazzi "parole parole" cuff 2014 - Davide Bigazzi Parole, Parole Cuff in sterling silver, 18k gold and white diamonds. Fits approximately a size 6 wrist. 1 1/2" wide.  $3010Davide Bigazzi Parole, Parole Cuff in sterling silver, 18k gold and white diamonds.
Kat Cole Short Stories: 418 Atlantic Brooch in steel and brass. 4 x 3 x 3". $592Kat Cole Short Stories: 418 Atlantic Brooch in steel and brass.
Karen T. Massaro Interruptions by Letter and Word Porcelain hollow reversible beads with onyx spacer beads. 24" long. Beads measure 5/8 - 1 1/4". Sterling silver clasp hand forged by Danish silver smith.Karen T. Massaro Interruptions by Letter and Word Porcelain hollow reversible beads with onyx spacer beads. 24″ long. Beads measure 5/8 – 1 1/4″. Sterling silver clasp hand forged by Danish silver smith.
City Centre 1420 Fifth Ave.
Seattle WA  98101
206.624.6768 FacereArt@gmail.com

17/02/2014

Baltimore American Craft Council show (USA) – 21-23 Fevr. 2014

Baltimore  American Craft Council show Feb. 21-23, 2014.

Baltimore  American Craft Council show Feb. 21-23, 2014.  http://public.craftcouncil.org/baltimore
Christy Klug | Booth: 1601Christy Klug – Booth: 1601 Lisa Crowder | Booth: 1403Lisa Crowder - Booth: 1403

Kimberly Geiser | Booth: 2411Kimberly Geiser – Booth: 2411

Wendy McAllister - enameled brooches - Baltimore  American Craft Council show Wendy McAllister Booth # 2104 -  enameled brooches
silver & enameled earring by Christine Simpson Forni with 18kt gold ear wires.Christine Simpson-Forni - Booth: 1309
etc, etc, etc …..

 

 

Jewelry Metal (click to get the list of exhibitors) :

 Ashley Buchanan | Booth: 419Ashley Buchanan -  Booth: 419

BongSang Cho | Booth: 226BongSang Cho – Booth: 226

Petra Class | Booth: 505Petra Class -  Booth: 505

Donna D'Aquino | Booth: 600Donna D’Aquino – Booth: 600

Lori Gottlieb | Booth: 229Lori Gottlieb – Booth: 229

Tara Locklear | Booth: 602Tara Locklear - Booth: 602

Sydney Lynch | Booth: 422Sydney Lynch - Booth: 422

Lauren Markley | Booth: 3207Lauren Markley – Booth: 3207

 so-young park -  earth ringSo-Young Park -  Booth: 215 Meghan Riley | Booth: 302Meghan Riley – Booth: 302

Biba Schutz | Booth: 405Biba Schutz – Booth: 405

Kiwon Wang | Booth: 516Kiwon Wang – Booth: 516

Beverly Tadeu | Booth: 2205Beverly Tadeu - Booth: 2205
 etc, etc, etc …..

 

Jewelry Non-Metal (click to get the list of exhibitors)

Janine DeCresenzo | Booth: 222Janine DeCresenzo – Booth: 222

Ford & Forlano  -  Booth: 406Ford & Forlano  -  Booth: 406 Gustav Reyes | Booth: 410Gustav Reyes - Booth: 410

Myung Urso Neckpiece: Blue Monday, 2013 Wood, Twig, Acrylic paint, Beads, Thread, Sterling silver 19.5 x 27 x 1.5 cm

Myung UrsoBooth: 207

etc, etc, etc ……

 

American Craft Council

Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

American Craft Council

1224 Marshall Street NE.
Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 206-3100
council@craftcouncil.org

08/01/2014

BIJOUX with a HOLE ….

un trou …. pas juste un trou, mais une cassure, une brisure, une faille, un « défaut », une « petite destruction », une blessure, un manque, un « manqué » …

Mais aussi une ouverture, une fenêtre …. vers un ailleurs, vers un « regard sur soi », vers une introspection, vers ce qu’on a (d’)enfermé et qu’on laisse (enfin) sortir/voir/respirer/s’épancher ….

Comme le dit Joo Hyung Park, « Beauty (is) in Imperfection » ….. Même discourspour Brooke Marks-Swanson : « « I am drawn to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. …..  My object is to cause the viewer to speculate, imagine and to investigate… »

Ulrike Kämpfert- 'ouverture' collier - 2013 - argent, opale de lait, feuille d'or (expo Circuits Bijoux Paris 2013 - jewel with a hole ...)
Ulrike Kämpfert – ‘ouverture’ collier – 2013 – argent, opale de lait, feuille d’or (expo « Précieux passages » Circuits Bijoux Paris 2013 )
Andy Cooperman   (brooch with a hole)Andy Cooperman   brooch Coeur, 2010 – Sterling, 18k, brass, ping pong ball, velvet ; fabricated, fused, melted – 2 x 3/8 inch – Photo: Andy Cooperman

Kristin Mitsu Shiga
Kristin Mitsu Shiga  – Count Brooch (Sterling, wool, steel)
Liana Pattihis broochLiana Pattihis brooch  (not only a « hole », but a lack …) Sandra Llusà, in Instituto Cervantes Munich in the exhibition ConSpiracíonSandra Llusà  « lo Imposible » Pendant Textile, gold-plated nickel silver and bronze
Joo Hyung Park - melted series detail of a brooch - From "Beauty in imperfection" collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010Joo Hyung Park - melted series detail of a brooch – From « Beauty in imperfection » collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010
Joo Hyung Park - From 'Beauty in imperfection' collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010Joo Hyung Park – From ‘Beauty in imperfection’ collection. Brooch, Brass, sterling silver 2013, 2010
Demitra Thomloudis - brooch - backDemitra Thomloudis – brooch (BACK) -  Section, 2012 -  Cement, brass, copper, sterling silver, steel, powder coat, fiber, pigment; fabricated, soldered – 3 x 3 x 3 in. -  Photo: Demitra Thomloudis
Biba SchutzBiba Schutz ring
Kelvin J Birk - big claw ring in oxidized silver with crushed stone clusterKelvin J Birk – big claw ring in oxidized silver with crushed stone cluster
Emanuela DucaEmanuela Duca Magma cuff – Blackened sterling silver, diamonds, green amethyst.
Annamaria Zanella  Brooch: Combustion 2009  Silver, gold, resin, wood shavings, titanium, glass  Photo Giulio RustichelliAnnamaria Zanella  Brooch: Combustion 2009  Silver, gold, resin, wood shavings, titanium, glass  Photo Giulio Rustichelli
Linda Ezerman - Ring, unique piece, handmade  sterling silver blackened, cold enamelLinda Ezerman – Ring, unique piece, handmade  sterling silver blackened, cold enamel
Orecchini serie In the box - Argento, oro giallo 18kt, niello patina - 2011  Gigi MarianiGigi Mariani - Orecchini serie In the box – Argento, oro giallo 18kt, niello patina – 2011  
Demitra Thomloudis - Reconstructed square interior brooch - cement, plywood, sterling silver, nyckel silver, resin, pigment 2013
Demitra Thomloudis – « Reconstructed: Square Interior » (2013) – Brooch – cement, plywood, sterling silver, nickel silver, resin, pigment. Picture courtesy of the artist
Brooke marks-Swanson - back of a brooch - copper, fabricated and painted    "I am drawn to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. Aerial photographs of hurricanes above water are stunning and seductive. The soft spiral and eye inform of terror and devastation. My object is to cause the viewer to speculate, imagine and to investigate, in a personal way, those issues relative to a sense of beauty, which drives the focus of my research."    495$Brooke Marks-Swanson - back of a brooch – copper, fabricated and painted   
« I am drawn to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. Aerial photographs of hurricanes above water are stunning and seductive. The soft spiral and eye inform of terror and devastation. My object is to cause the viewer to speculate, imagine and to investigate,in a personal way, those issues relative to a sense of beauty, which drives the focus
of my research. »    
Vera Siemund, brooch, 2012, enamelled copper, steelsawn, mounted, enamelled (printed portrait/ornament) - 73 x 100 x 42 mm - green ornamented lamp shape covered with a fragment of a rose window, inside a photo portraitVera Siemund, brooch, 2012, enamelled copper, steelsawn, mounted, enamelled (printed portrait/ornament) -
73 x 100 x 42 mm – green ornamented lamp shape covered with a fragment of a rose window, inside a photo portrait
(here the « hole » is clearly mounted as a WINDOW….)
Angela Bermudez  (brooches with a hole)Angela Bermudez  all that you need to LOOK INSIDE …..
viruthiers: Ángela BermúdezÁngela Bermúdez (viruthiers) « Grand Voyeur » et « déjà Vu » – broches 2012, plata  – (serie Turismo de interior) …. (histoires de VISION …)

Daniel DiCaprio - 'Inheritance' blackwood & silver brooch  (jewel with a hole)Daniel DiCaprio – ‘Inheritance’ blackwood & silver brooch

Andrea PIneros Bijoux
Andrea Piñeros - a ring with a hole …. that allows to discover the « real » jewel : your own skin

07/10/2011

EXPO ‘In LINE / in METAL’ – Aaron Faber Gallery, N.Y. (USA) – 4-28 Oct.2011

IN LINE / IN METAL, a Group Exhibition at Aaron Faber Gallery, New York

then at SOFA Chicago, november 3-6
  ”Happlily inspired by the marvelous exhibition ‘On Line’ at  the Museum of Modern Art ,  IN LINE /IN METAL  will explore , exploit, invent, celebrate or incorporate linear concepts through fine jewelry”.

http://carolinagimeno.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/toril_bjorg.jpg?w=600
(Toril Bjorg necklace)

Participating Artists :
Kika AlvarengaGlenda Arentzen — John Aristizibal — Toril BjorgJung Eun ChangValeria DowdingEmanuela DucaEmma FieldenArata FuchiFabiana GadanoCarolina GimenoMia HebibJanis KermanSooyeon KimChristy KlugEnric Majoral Mayumi Matsuyama Gustav ReyesMeghan Patrice Riley Biba Schutz – Daniel Porter Stevens — Silke Knetsch and Christian Streit — Beverly TadeuYoko TakiraiAmy TavernKarola TorkosGinny WhitneyAndrea WilliamsJaesun Won — Peter Schmid/Atelier Zobel  –

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Amy Tavern

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Mia Hebib

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Kika Alvarenga

Gustav Reyes - In Line NeckpieceGustav Reyes - In Line Neckpiece

http://www.jaesunwon.com/source/2_%20Conceptual%20Jewelry/5.%20Orchid.jpg
Jaesun Won

http://www.mayumimatsuyama.com/works/img/img07.jpg
Mayumi Matsuyama

'Rooted Hoops' by Beverly TadeuBeverly Tadeu- rooted hoops

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Meghan Patrice Riley

Andrea Williams Kebyar Winter Necklace - hand fabricated from patinated Reclaimed Sterling Silver & 18k gAndrea Williams Kebyar Winter Necklace – hand fabricated from patinated Reclaimed Sterling Silver & 18k gold

emma fieldenEmma Fielden- Drawings (brooches), 2011

 

 

Aaron Faber Gallery
666 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10103
tel 212 586 8411
http://www.aaronfaber.com

13/04/2011

Smithsonian Craft Show – Washington DC (US) – 14-17 Avril 2011

29th Annual Smithsonian Craft Show
Telling America’s Story through the Art of Craft
Featuring 120 artists, including 55 first-time exhibitors

National Building Museum
Washington, DC

 
Smithsonian Craft Show - Washington DC (US) - 14-17 Avril 2011 dans Andrea JANOSIK (SK) d5a53841
* Emanuela Aureli
Santa Fe, NM
c0c6ca8c dans Biba SCHUTZ (US)
* Thea Clark
Maplewood, NJ
4eac5e0d dans Emanuela DUCA (IT)  
Mary Donald
Los Angeles, CA
5d9519f8 dans Francesca VITALI (US)
Emanuela Duca
New York, NY
bceb7a6d dans John IVERSEN (US)
Sandra Enterline
San Francisco, CA
b3d61cdc dans Kathleen NOWAK TUCCI (US) Pat Flynn
High Falls, NY
9f63be33 dans Ken LOEBER & Dona LOOK (US)
Karen Gilbert
Sebastopol, CA
d288055b dans Mary DONALD (US)
Reiko Ishiyama
New York, NY
49f9243f dans Olive KRAUS (US)  
John Iversen
East Hampton, NY
93be3557 dans Reiko ISHIYAMA (JP)
Andrea Janosik
Brooklyn, NY
26f3468a dans Salon
* Olive Kraus
Hannibal, MO
b142de2d dans Sandra ENTERLINE (US)
Ken Loeber &
Dona Look

Algoma, WI
f6b3b4f3 dans Thea CLARK (US)
* Maja
Carmel, CA
45a2b4c2 dans USA
* Mai Orama Muniz &
Erica Millner

Lancaster, PA
4a97bbbe
Carla Reiter
Evanston, IL
ccf517dc
* Gustav Reyes
Chicago, IL
5ac608ab
Joyce Roessler
Boston, MA
f38b92ec
* Melissa Schmidt
St. Louis, MO
235edbb6
Biba Schutz
New York, NY
tucci-photo-1
* Kathleen Nowak Tucci
Atmore, AL
1a72ef5d  
* Francesca Vitali
Rochester, NY
351e0134
* Andrea Williams
Cohasset, MA
  3f700c0d
* Georgia Yang
Santa Rosa, CA

11/04/2011

BLACK is BEAUTIFUL – Biba SCHUTZ at the Smithsonian Show 2011 – 14-17 avril 2011

Classé dans : Biba SCHUTZ (US),COUP DE COEUR,Salon,USA — bijoucontemporain @ 0:06

« My jewelry is the evolution of my experiences. This current body of work is about the beauty of aging and imperfection. Using sterling silver, steel and handmade paper, I’ve manipulated the materials to create texture, form, and space. Their relationship to each other, not unlike ours, draws the viewer inside, to hide, fantasize and recall memories. » Biba Schutz

BLACK is BEAUTIFUL - Biba SCHUTZ at the Smithsonian Show 2011 - 14-17 avril 2011 dans Biba SCHUTZ (US) 0112ff97
e5855689 dans COUP DE COEUR
Biba Schutz - ‘Coupled’ brooch – oxidised sterling silver & Herkimer diamond
Biba Schutz -‘Garland’ brooch – oxidised sterling silver & steel

29f852dd dans Salon
Biba Schutz -‘Noir II’ brooch – oxidised sterling silver, handmade flax paper, art medium & silk thread

89c1e8a1 dans USA
235edbb6
Biba Schutz -« Sarah’s necklace » – body necklace – forged, constructed, cast handmade paper, oxidised sterling silver, handmade flax paper
Biba Schutz -« Groucho necklace » - oxidised sterling silver,handmade paper, art medium

 

 

SMITHSONIAN CRAFT SHOW

National  Building Museum
401 F st NW
Washington, DC (USA)

 

 

 

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