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16/04/2014

EXPO ‘Elizabeth Jane Campbell’ – The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh (UK) – 4-30 Avril 2014

We are delighted to present Elizabeth Jane Campbell‘s debut showcase at The Scottish Gallery.

 

Elizabeth Jane Campbell  "Circle Square Traingle"Elizabeth Jane Campbell  « Circle Square Traingle » 2013 -Silver, ceramic honeycomb, vitreous enamel

W:6.5cm H:6.5cm D:1.5cm

Elizabeth graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2013 and this is her first showcase at The Scottish Gallery. She was recently awarded the Guild of Enamellers’ 2014 Bursary and the Scottish Incorporation of Goldsmiths Bursary by Edinburgh College of Art. Elizabeth is currently Artist in Residence at Glasgow School of Art.
Her creative process is informed by concepts of visual literacy. The dot, line, shape, direction and colour are all crucial factors as they act as a language for us to read and understand our surroundings.
Elizabeth is attracted to enamel because of its methodical process which allows her to achieve colour, pattern and texture in a formal and structured way. Her love of this technique has led her to explore alternative materials in her work not normally associated with enamelling such as the ceramic honeycomb. She uniquely uses this material as a carving block which enables Elizabeth to create tactile and sculptural forms enhanced by colourful enamels.

 

Elizabeth Jane Campbell  - Off Axis Brooch - 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin W:7.5cm D:1.5cm

Elizabeth Jane Campbell  – Off Axis Brooch – 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin
W:7.5cm D:1.5cm

  Elizabeth Jane Campbell Scatter Brooch 2013 silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin W:7.5cm D:1.5cm £510 SoldElizabeth Jane Campbell - Scatter Brooch 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin -W:7.5cm D:1.5cm

lizabeth Jane Campbell Lapel Pins 2013 Silver, ceramic honeycomb, vitreous enamel W:3.2cm D:3cm £65 each - ALL SOLD commissions welcome SoldElizabeth Jane Campbell- Lapel Pins – 2013 -Silver, ceramic honeycomb, vitreous enamel

W:3.2cm D:3cm
Elizabeth Jane Campbell

Elizabeth Jane Campbell - Circle Oval Necklace 2013 -silver, ceramic, industrial vitreous enamel -L:56cm 

 

 Elizabeth Jane Campbell Painted Oval Brooch 2013 silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin W:4cm H:6cm D:1cm £250

Elizabeth Jane Campbell -Painted Oval Brooch 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin
W:4cm H:6cm D:1cm
 Elizabeth Jane Campbell Small Wave Pendant 2014 silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel L:30cm

Elizabeth Jane Campbell -Small Wave Pendant 2014silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel L:30cm
 

 

The Scottish Gallery
16 Dundas Street
Edinburgh EH3 6HZ
T 0131 558 1200
F 0131 558 3900
E mail@scottish-gallery.co.uk

09/02/2014

EXPO ‘Gioielli Alternativi’ – Fiera Abilmente di Vicenza, Vicenza (IT) – 20-23 Fevr. 2014

« Gioielli alternativi: ingegno e creatività indossabile », Vicenza, Italia

Abilmente, Fiera di Vicenza

Gioielli Alternativi

The exhibition « Unconventional Jewels: Wearable Talent and Creativity« , hosted at Abilmente on the Vicenza fairgrounds, is dedicated to body ornaments testifying to the happy mix between manual skills and courageous insights gaining their strength from artist’s experiences, preferences and personal histories.
Curated by Nunzia De Feo is organized by associazione Nurò established in Verona, that aims to enhance works by artists and designers working on contemporary jewelry.
The more than one hundred works that will be presented, created ​​by 38 artists from various countries, in their wearability, meet the need, as old as humanity, to create artifacts with which to inevitably communicate fragments of real life stories and for this reason authentic .
As stated by one of the participants, the London based artist-goldsmith Joanne Haywood in her interesting book « Mixed-media Jewellery », there is no limit to the choice of materials to use. The rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings and brooches exhibited are made ​​of ceramic, fiber, yarn, horn, leather, plastics, metals, wood, resin, silicone, enamels and fabrics, sometimes recycled and used in different ways to produce innovative solutions. Metal is not one of the preferred choices and is often absent or relegated to a marginal role.
In light of this consideration, the link is evident between this show and Abilmente, place of choice for fresh and important encounters with materials and experiences and with the objects of the workshops which characterize this fair.
In conclusion, these « unconventional jewels » possess an intriguing and captivating charm, sometimes as naive as disarming. They are characterized by a narrative or abstract language rich of symbolic or conceptual references and by a raw, bitter , pungent, or sometimes, by contrast, graceful, kind and almost childlike aesthetic. They offer rare moments of intellectual and spiritual empathy to visitors. They are « little living worlds » capable of awakening dormant emotions, never suspected inclinations and reflect today’s contemporaneity crossed by the incessant demand for vitality and positive zeal.
Curator Nunzia De Feo

(at Gioielli Alternativi) Marion DelarueMarion Delarue

Artistas participantes :

Luis Acosta (AR/NL) — Patricia Alvarez (AR) — Rafael Luis Alvarez Main (AR) — Agata Bartos (PL) — Elizabeth Bone (UK) — Isabelle Busnel (FR/UK) — Elizabeth Campbell (UK) — Aurelio Castano (USA) — Patricia Cruz (IT) –  Nunzia De Feo (IT) –  Marion Delarue (FR) — Corrado De Meo (IT) — Clara Del Papa (IT) –  Suzanne Esser (NL) — Resi Girardello (IT) — Laura Giusti (AR) — Marianna Hadass (UK) — Liz Hamman (UK) — Joanne Haywood (UK) – Paula Isola (AR) — Laserbean (UK) — Paula Lindblon (SE) — Francesca Marcenaro (IT/UK) — Rita Martinez  (CR/IT) — Robyn McLean (UK), Mikiko Minewaki (JP) — Maria Rosa Mongelli (AR) — Louise Perrone (CA) — Jelka Quintelier  (UK) — Wanda Romano  (IT) — Swing Kit (UK) — Uniqeco (FI) – Julie Usel (UK) — Stella Valencia (CR) — Monica Vinci (IT) — Iolanda Violante (IT) — Seo Jeong Woo (KR) – Melania Zucchi (IT)

Luis Acosta - bracciale  (at Gioielli Alternativi)Luis Acosta - bracciale
Laura Giusti - necklace (at Gioielli Alternativi)Laura Giusti – necklace

Paula Lindblom, Brooch, 2011Paula Lindblom - Brooch: Untitled, 2011 – Mixed media, glass beads, silver 925

Joanne Haywood, Neckpiece, 2013 Joanne HaywoodNeckpiece: Plant Hunter, 2013 – Silver, silk yarns, Merino felt

Elizabeth Bone, Brooch, 2012Elizabeth BoneBrooch: Geometric, 2012Oxidized silver with orange silk thread – 13x18cm

 Mikiko Minewaki, Brooch, 2006Mikiko Minewaki, Brooch, 2006

DELARUE Marion "Mania" Objet de main. Laque naturelle coréenne, cheveux humains. 2011.
Marion Delarue,   »Mania » Objet de main. Laque naturelle coréenne, cheveux humains. 2011.

Julie Usel - la route de la soie - Princes Von Thurn und Taxis: silk, thread, silver leaf, broochJulie Usel – la route de la soie : brooch « Princes Von Thurn und Taxis » – silk, thread, silver leaf

Jelka Quintelier  Polilla coll.Jelka Quintelier – Polilla, the butterfly of the night. Dark, graceful, rhythmic.

Louise Perrone - "strictly platonic" neckpiece - flag fabric, styrene sheet, nylon thread, sailing cord - 2013  http://louiseperrone.com/Louise Perrone – strictly platonic – Flag fabric, styrene sheet, nylon thread, sailing cord – 2013

Robyn McLean - Velvet Bone BroochRobyn McLean – Velvet Bone Brooch
Clara Del Papa, Ring IguazuClara Del Papa, Ring Iguazu
Corrado de Meo - brocheCorrado de Meo – brooch

 

 

Fiera Abilmente di Vicenza
Via dell »Oreficeria
36100 – Vicenza
Italy
Telephone: 333 7443972
website: www.xn--associazionenur-trb.it
mail: associazionenuroo@gmail.com

20/11/2013

EXPO ‘FRAGMENTS’ – Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, Bradford (UK)- 14 Nov.2013 – 26 Janv. 2014

FRAGMENTS
NINE NEW GRADUATES FIND THEIR PLACE

Exhibition at Kath Libbert Gallery

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTS -  "Fragments" - Nine New Graduates Find Their Place · Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - 14 nov. 2013 - 26 jan. 2014 - Bradford UK(neckpiece by Annelisse Pfeifer, a graduate from Birmingham School of Jewellery.)

The New Graduates are:

Annelisse Pfeifer, Birmingham School of Jewellery; Alice Clarke, Birmingham School of Jewellery; Kelly Munro, Edinburgh College of Art; Ciara Bowles, Edinburgh College of Art; Emma Gregory, Glasgow School of Art; Elizabeth Jane Campbell, Edinburgh College of Art; Jessica Frost, University of the Arts, Rochester; Katrine Standahl, Middlesex University; Tracey Falvey, Plymouth College of Art

 

Annelisse Pfeifer ‘White Horizon’ – neckpiece in mixed media, modelledAnnelisse Pfeifer ‘White Horizon’ – neckpiece in mixed media, modelled Kelly Munroe ‘Nets and Ropes’ necklace in wood, copper and neopreneKelly Munroe ‘Nets and Ropes’ necklace in wood, copper and neoprene

Clara Bowles - ‘Cuke Blue’ necklace hand pierced in powder coated aluminium, suede, chenille and silver
Ciara Bowles - ‘Cuke Blue’ necklace hand pierced in powder coated aluminium, suede, chenille, silver

Emma Gregory - "fibonacci" brooch, steel, modelled - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTSEmma Gregory – « fibonacci » brooch, steel, modelled

 Elizabeth Jane Campbell - "Scatter of stress" brooch in carved ceramic honeycomb block, silver, enamel - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTS
Elizabeth Jane Campbell – « Scatter of stress » brooch in carved ceramic honeycomb block, silver, enamel
Katrine Standahl - Bangles and rings in African blackwood with 14ct and 18ct gold inlay - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTSKatrine Standahl - Bangles and rings in African blackwood with 14ct and 18ct gold inlay
Tracey Falvey - Rings in recycled silver and paint. Photo by Paul Mounsey - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery - FRAGMENTS Tracey Falvey – Rings in recycled silver and paint. Photo by Paul Mounsey

 

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery
Salts Mill
BD18 3LA – Bradford
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01274 599790
website: www.kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk
mail: info@kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk

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