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26/05/2013

EXPO ‘Laca Japonesa aplicada a la Joyería Contemporánea’ – Museo de la Mujer, Buenos Aires (Argentina) – 31 mai-28 juin 2013

Primera Muestra en Argentina de Laca Japonesa aplicada a la Joyería Contemporánea

Museo de la Mujer, Buenos Aires
Inauguración: Viernes 31 de Mayo. 19:00 horas. Entrada libre y gratuita
31 Mai : laca japonesa aplicada a la joyeria contemporanea

Esta exposición difundirá el trabajo del taller de Francine Schloeth  -artista plástica suiza- y de alrededor de 30 alumnos provenientes de distintas profesiones,  aunque predominan la joyería y la restauración.

“LAS EMOCIONES” (amor, alegría y placer, miedo, ira y tristeza) fue el eje temático elegido para la selección de las maravillosas piezas a exponer en esta ocasión.

Es una oportunidad única para ver en conjunto trabajos artísticos con laca japonesa, una técnica milenaria, que necesita mucho tiempo, dedicación y paciencia debido a las particulares características de temperatura y humedad que requiere su secado y a que su brillo único y profundo se logra con la aplicación de numerosas capas.


 

 Participan :
Albertina Tozzini — Ale Koreck — Alejandara Agusti — Alejandro Gallo — Barbara Paz — Beatriz Zarazaga –
Diana TorcolettiElisa GulminelliFabiana GadanoFrancine SchloethIacov Azubel — Iona Nieva — Irene Palomar — Liliana Ginocchio — Lucia Brichta – Luz Arias Mabel Pena — Maria Eugenia Solís — Maria Rosa Mongelli — Matilde Moreno Vera — Mónica Borgogni — Niqui Silvestri — Norma Rinaudo — Patricia Mastaller — Piqui Zuckerman — Rafael Alvarez — Sabine Hauss — Sandra Pulgar — Sara Bari — Soraia Marocco — Tali Wasserman — Valeria Dowding — Veronica Caffarelli.

 Fabiana Gadano  Brooch: Buenos Aires 2013  Japanese lacquer cashew, alpaca, silver 925, japanese lacquer, steel thread  10 x 9 x 0.5 cm  Photo: Damián WasserFabiana Gadano  Brooch: Buenos Aires 2013  Japanese lacquer cashew, alpaca, silver 925, japanese lacquer, steel thread  Photo: Damián Wasser

Francine Schloeth  Brooch: Sadness 2013  Japanese lacquer cashew, silver 925, slate, japanese lacquer  11 x 5 x 1 cm  Photo: Damián WasserFrancine Schloeth  Brooch: Sadness 2013  Japanese lacquer cashew, silver 925, slate, japanese lacquer    Photo: Damián Wasser

Irene Palomar  Necklace: Rage  Japanese lacquer cashew, wood, cooper thread recycled, japanese lacquer, rice paper, cooper pan  2 x 15 x 50 cm  Photo: Damián WasserIrene Palomar  Necklace: Rage  Japanese lacquer cashew, wood, cooper thread recycled, japanese lacquer, rice paper, cooper pan Photo: Damián Wasser

 

Museo de la Mujer
Pje. Dr. R. Rivarola 147
C.A.B.A.- Argentina
TE: 54-11- 4383-9054
info@museodelamujer.org.ar
www.museodelamujer.org.ar

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21/05/2010

COUP de COEUR ! Maria Cristina Bellucci et autres coups de crayon

Jusqu’à maintenant, les bijoux de Maria Cristina Bellucci  j’aimais bien … sans plus .. je trouvais ça bien fait (c’est vrai que chez elle c’est particulièrement bien fait, avec une belle finition !), amusant, coloré …. mais là, ce bracelet a basculé la donne !

Maria Cristina Bellucci - bracelet 'egg'Maria Cristina Bellucci - bracelet ‘Egg’ -Silver, coloured pencils – 2010

« Un oggetto comune che ha accompagnato tutta la mia vita. Tolte dal loro ambiente e decontestualizzate le matite  divengono irriconoscibili,  acquistano una nuova bellezza e una nuova funzione. Le matite colorate  a  sezione esagonale si incastrano perfettamente e divengono una superfice unica come le celle di un alveare.   Le tecniche usate sono quelle tradizionali dell’oreficeria e falegnameria, le matite sono lavorate come fossero un unico pezzo di legno e incollate come fossero pietre all’argento. Viene applicata una patina per rendere impermeabile il legno, si tratta di una cera mista ad oli usata in bioarchittettura, un prodotto naturale privo di tossicità,  è incolore permettendo la lettura cromatica delle mine in tutte le loro tonalità.  » (Maria Cristina Bellucci)

Maria Cristina Bellucci - rings 'only wood' or '12 colors' - Silver, coloured pencils, ebony  Maria Cristina Bellucci – rings ‘only wood’ or ’12 colors’ – Silver, coloured pencils, ebony 

Maria Cristina Bellucci - brooches 'Red one' & 'Blue' - Coloured pencils, silver 2008Maria Cristina Bellucci – brooches ‘Red one’ & ‘Blue’ – Coloured pencils, silver 2008

 » For several years I worked as theatre costume and accessories maker, creating also a wide range of jewellery for stage use. I developed a strong interest for contemporary jewellery and I dedicated myself to it.
As much as designing and making my own personal jewellery collection, I work on commission, and also design and create jewellery in collaboration with other artists and designers.
What characterized my early work was the use of very thin metal sheets and wires, experimenting with hollowness and fullness. In later work, I started using even thinner metal sheets, as if working with paper sheets, creating pieces that were voluminous and light at the same time.
My more recent work is characterised by having more solid looking elements and also by the introduction of colour, not previously explored.  » (Maria Cristina Bellucci)

 

Mais ….. pendant qu’on est dans le crayon …….. Margherita MARCHIONI en fait des bijoux … pointus ! ;-)
« materiamorfosi is the brainchild of Margherita Marchioni (IT), another talented young artist. Are we feeling old yet? all materials are fair game for this imaginative soul. rubber bands and plastic kitchen gloves morph into necklaces and bracelets. and pasta…oh what she does with pasta! more neckwear. plastic grocery bags too. and that’s not even her new stuff. My head is spinning – the recycled eyeglass sculptures, handbags made from photographic slides, chopsticks, pencils…i’m getting tired just thinking about it. I think it’s time for my nap. »

Margherita Marchioni - colliers

Margherita Marchioni - colliersMargherita Marchioni - colliers

Margherita Marchioni - colliersMargherita Marchioni - colliers

VU aussi :

Susan Lenart Kazmer (USA) - colection 'talisman', objets trouvés

Marta Miguel Martinez-SoriaMarta Miguel Martinez-Soria
Marta Miguel Martinez-Soria (ES) – ‘joyas Sensacionales’ (Taller Perill) ‘Lo raro’

Miyuki TokunagaMiyuki Tokunaga shows quite a range of styles within a tiny collection! Pictured here is an ingenious piece made from coloured pencils (TheCarrotbox – 2006)

 

Ellen Cheek -  from 200 RINGS at Velvet da Vinci Gallery, Fernando Delaye Villalever in '1000 rings' book
Ellen Cheek (US) – « Back to Basics »  Ring  (from 200 RINGS at Velvet da Vinci Gallery)
Fernando Delaye Villalever ‘day by day’ ring (from « 1000 rings » book)

Gemma Holt's Pencil JewelleryGemma Holt - Pencil Jewellery

Diana TorcolettiDiana Torcoletti (Arg.)- Serie: ¡QUE REGISTRO! – anillos elaborados con plata y lápices.

Jennifer MaestreJennifer Maestre (US) – pendant & earrings

  Ariel Matias Ortega  ©ORTEGA_925 CReaTuReSAriel Matias Ortega  (Arg.) – bague – (groupe des « Artigiani Orafi ») (photo Viviana Berti)

Lisa & Scott Cylinder Lisa & Scott Cylinder  (US) – « Full Bloom » Brooch

 

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