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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

08/06/2012

EXPO ‘TREASURE’ – London (UK) – 14-17 Juin 2012

TREASURE - London’s visionary jewellery show 14–17 June 2012

EXPO 'TREASURE' - London (UK) - 14-17 Juin 2012 dans Christiane WICHERT (DE) treasure-logo-2-300x203

« Treasure 2012, London’s visionary jewellery show, is the best place to purchase the most beautiful, exciting and vibrant contemporary jewellery anywhere in the UK »

 

Some of the jewellers exhibited :

Jeehyun Chung, a recent graduate from Edinburgh College of Art, makes oriental and contemporary style jewellery inspired by blending moments from travels across Europe with traditional Korean art and crafts
Atelier Michael BergerMichael Berger – kinetic rings
« By extending the body with jewellery you can design your identity and express your personality. This fundamental relation between body and jewellery was source of inspiration for my « BodyJewellery – JewelleryBody » collection . In some designs I focused on the appearance of the material, in others I gave priority to how the jewellery is made or how to wear it. »
« Referencing the disruption of nature’s order through my work, I create new life forms that appear as direct replications of recognizable organic matter yet they are not quite as they seem.
Having accumulated an assortment of natural forms and materials based on their intrinsic characters, the process of casting helps me to amalgamate these ever evolving hybrids, deceptively leading to mistaken identity. By acting as the divine creator, I am mimicking the power we have to alter nature’s path, which ultimately leads to chaos and the sinister presence lurking throughout the work.« 
« Since I can remember I have been a bit of a magpie, hoarding incessantly anything miniature or eclectic that has caught my eye. Born and brought up in Northern Ireland, with parents involved in the Antique business it was moving to Edinburgh in the late eighties to attend Edinburgh College of Art that I became an avid collector of ephemera. As my time at Art College progressed it became clear that the things I was collecting were becoming the inspiration for my work and this is when I started to use these actual found objects in my work. Straight after graduation I set up my business and have exhibited internationally ever since. My work has been featured widely in press and publications, is represented in many public and private collections and in 2007 I was shortlisted for the prestigious ‘Jerwood Applied Arts Prize – Jewellery’.« 

« …Colour has always been a significant feature of her jewellery. By introducing the translucent qualities of silicone with bright pigments, alongside the shifting reflective surfaces of precious metal and plastics, she conveys the qualities of underwater life forms. »

Lili DesignLili Design (Lili Giacobino) detail of a necklace
« No chemicals are used in the creation of Bioplastic jewellery, which means it will not last forever »
Lili DesignLili Design (Lili Giacobino)  necklace
RenushRenush -Contempory hand made, moulded leather jewellery
« Renush is the creation of designer and maker Renáta Koch, a graduate in Footwear and Accessories from Cordwainers College at the London College of Fashion. Taking her inspiration from the contours of the human body and the characteristics of materials used, Renáta uses traditional techniques to create thoroughly modern and highly original pieces »
« I was first inspired by a tutor to pursue a career in jewellery design. I loved to make small sculptures and turn them into playful wearable objects. From the moment I was introduced to enamelling at Edinburgh College of Art I immediately loved its instantaneous effects. I find the enamelling process fascinating from applying the enamel to metal to firing it in a kiln. The most satisfying part for me is when the layers of rich colour are rubbed back to reveal patterns and textures underneath. My love for the city is the inspiration behind my work. I initially paint my ideas onto enamel panels and then translate these drawings into tactile, sculptural forms that play with line,texture and colour. My recent collection consists of earrings, pendants and brooches made from oxidised silver, iron and enamel. I oxidise the silver to create an industrial feel which compliments the bold colours that feature throughout my jewellery designs.« 
« Veiled jewellery reflects my assumption that although certainty is often required in modern society, ambiguous expression has been the most distinctive characteristic found in Japanese values and religious beliefs« 

 

 

Somerset House – Ethical Pavillion
Strand
London WC2R 1LA
UK
http://www.treasureuk.com/

 

28/11/2011

Spécial « LAPIN de noël » – si si …………

« crise lapinifère » aigüe dans la sphère bijoutière — stop — sans doute en cause l’année du LAPIN (2011) ?? — stop — à méditer — stop — quid du rabbit ? — stop –

voir article avec lequel tout a commencé …. : l’Année du LAPIN commence ….. avec Tabea Reulecke  (Tabea Reulecke: Solo ExhibitionATTA Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand) – 19 Fevr-15 Mars 2011)

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Paola Bernasconi  Broche, trophée du quotidien..

http://ganoksin.com/blog/tanim/files/2011/02/image-3.jpgTabea Reulecke  « Bunnies » Rings

Spécial
Tabea Reulecke- ‘Kasper’, 2008 – brooch – enamel on copper, silver, gold, garnet


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Tabea Reulecke ein feldherr


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Alexander Blank  hare brooche

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Xavier Moncluscarrot and rabbit brooch
- silver, wood, laminated paper, plastic and enamel paint

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Sophie Castle – ‘Rabbit Family’ gold plated set of rings

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Monique VozLLe coup du lapin

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Felieke van der Leest

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Ákos Lipoczi – ring

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Sari Liimatta – bracelet

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Ara Kuo – « My little Bunny » Brooch

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Ara Kuo – « Bunny candy » Brooches

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Ara Kuo – « Bunny candy » necklace

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Tithi Kutchamuch

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Marta Mattsson – Animal Rocks – Brooch – Electroformed copper, resin, rock crystal, silver

 dans Alexander BLANK (DE) dans Ara KUO (Taiwan)
Marta Mattsson - ‘Reversed beauty’ Brooch – Stuffed bunny, walnut wood and silver

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Pauline Edie – rabbit brooch – porcelain, oxidised precious metal, yellow precious metal

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Zoë Wendel [BFA 2011/Jewelry+Metalsmithing at RISD]Rabbit Skeleton Necklace – laser-cut brass

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Meiri Ishida – rabbit brooch – felt, silver

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Bin Dixon-Ward – pre-2008 brooch

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Grainne Morton – Triumphant joyful rabbit brooch

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Vanessa Arthur  – Hip hop rabbits brooches just illin and chillin – with silver « bling » !
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Alexander Blank – Memento Juniori (Bugs), pendant,  2011  – Rigid foam
 

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