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Trésors d’AMBRE …… trésors de la Baltique ………..

Evidemment, je faisais quelques recherches sur les créateurs Polonais et ………… :-)
merci au site de STFZ !


…. vu des merveilles de Andrzej Adamski Paulina BinekBogumil BytomskiMaryla Dubiel, — Dorota KosEwa EffenbergPaweł KaczyńskiMalgosia Kalinska Jaroslaw Westermark  etc etc …..

Andrzej ADAMSKI (PL)Andrzej Adamski ring (Legnica 2008)

Felt with amber necklace Paulina Binek Binek - Felt & amber jewelryBracelet | Andrzej Boss

Andrzej BossBracelet 

Trésors d'AMBRE ...... trésors de la Baltique ........... dans ambre / amber czas20004

czas20007 dans Andrzej ADAMSKI (PL)

czas20008 dans Andrzej BOSS (PL)

czas20009 dans Bogumil BYTOMSKI (PL)

Małgosia Kalińska - amber jewelleryMałgosia Kalińska

foto5 dans Dorota KOS (PL)Malgosia Kalinska

foto2 dans Ewa EFFENBERG (PL)
Malgosia Kalinska

Marcin TYMINSKI - amber necklace - grand prix AmberifMarcin TYMINSKI  amber necklace – grand prix Amberif

Maryla Dubiel (PL) - amber neckpiece.Maryla Dubiel - amber necklace

Maryla Dubiel : Amber Collection - earringsMaryla Dubiel : Amber Collection – earrings

Paweł KaczyńskiPaweł Kaczyński

Paweł Kaczyński - bracelet with amberPaweł Kaczyński

Jan Materek - amber jewelryJan Materek

Andrzej Boss - PL jewelry with amberAndrzej Boss
Elżebieta i Tomasz Szupienko – amber jewelry

Marcin Zaremski amber braceletMarcin Zaremski

Arek Wolski, necklaceArkadiusz (Arek) Wolski

Paulina Binek amber necklacePaulina Binek
Philip Sajet ! - (International Amber Biennial in Frombork : Amber and Astronomy 2007)

Philip Sajet  Amber necklace, 2002Philip Sajet  Amber necklace, 2002

Dorota Kos - natural-mystic necklace - Elektronos 2007- Amber PrizeDorota Kos  natural-mystic necklace – Elektronos 2007- Amber Prize

Dorota Kos - Prezentacje 2004Dorota Kos – Prezentacje 2004

Kacper Schiffers - amber necklaceKacper Schiffers

Emilia Górna - Norbert Wawrzyniak - amber pendantEmilia GórnaNorbert Wawrzyniak

Emilia Górna - Norbert Wawrzyniak - amber ring GórnaNorbert Wawrzyniak – amber ring

Piotr WajchtPiotr Wajcht

Janis Jakobson - fabulous amber rings ....Janis Jakobson


EXPO ‘STFZ.EKO’ – Legnica (Pologne) – 3rd weekend May 2010 (15-16 mai 2010)

Goldsmithing Artists’ Association Exhibition

« An idea that has been in preparation for two years, and finally is ready : an exhibition called « STFZ. EKO. » Premiere during the Silver Fair in Legnica, on the third weekend in May 2010.
The reason such a theme of the competition was an observation that « in the projects and works presented by goldsmith artists at galleries and museums it is easy to notice that the natural world, animals, plants and humans has been an inspiration for a lot of us. » Indeed, the submitted works are a kind of mine of ideas taken from nature, associated with nature, or providing an idea for successful recycling. The last group includes such objects as a scourer, fish tin, or a necklace made of both primary recycled elements. In other categories there was a really wide variety: spelt, cinnamon, felt, honeycomb, walnut, wood, stones found on a beach, leaves, insects, birds, dried fruits, organic partridge eggs, flowers, coffee, tea, and of course, amber. The products were combined, in surprising ways, with silver, steel, copper, glass, plexi or acrylic. Altogether 57 works were submitted by 31 contestants – the Goldsmithing Artists’ Association members.
Wojciech Rygało, an exhibition curator said: « We were surprised with high attendance, which means the topic is interesting and catchy. We were also very impressed with the variety of the work submitted – although all the works were kept around the « ecological » theme, yet the technical solutions and combinations of materials were really impressive. I am convinced that a really interesting exhibition will be created of these works, and it will be shown in different places in Poland: first off, in Legnica, and then in a few other interesting places. » » (Anna

Jewellery of Elżebieta i Tomasz Szupienko
Elżebieta i Tomasz Szupienko – amber jewelry

«  Exhibition STFZ.ECO presents works of members of the Goldsmithing Artists’ Association, which took part in the discussion about status and condition of world of nature. They show by the forms of jewellery its beauty and excellent composition, but also destructive human activity. It is the constructive, sometimes critical or even aggressive, sometimes gentle and subtle, but above all very authentic voice.« 

EXPO 'STFZ.EKO' - Legnica (Pologne) - 3rd weekend May 2010 (15-16 mai 2010) dans Agnieszka BRUZDA (PL) Anna_GawlowskaWojciech_Rygalo dans ambre / amber
Anna Gawłowska      —     Wojciech Rygało

Hanna_i_Jacek_Zdanowscy dans Exposition/ExhibitionMichal_Majewski dans Gal. Legnica (PL)
Hanna i Jacek Zdanowscy     —    Michał Majewski

Marta Bogusz i Eugeniusz Gowkielewicz, Agnieszka Bruzda (honourable menton of STFZ), Jacek Byczewski (honourable menton of the Gallery of Art), Danuta Czapnik, Maryla Dubiel, Anna Gawłowska (honourable menton of the Gallery of Art), Marek Huculak, Joanna, Tadeusz Jaworscy i Sylwia Żebrowska, Paweł Kaczyński, Stanisław Kędzierski, Joanna Kilanowicz-Bosek, Zofia i Witold Kozubscy, Ryszarda i Tomek Krzesimowscy, Oliwia Kuczyńska, Wojciech Lach, Michał Adam Majewski, Zbigniew Michałowski (honourable menton of STFZ), Joanna Mirecka – Szuleta, Mariusz Pajączkowski (honourable menton of STFZ), Jacek Paluchowski, Jan Pomianowski, Kamilla Rohn, Ewa Rudowska, Wojciech Rygało, Wojciech Skowron, Magdalena Stajszczak, Tomasz Stajszczak, Elżbieta i Tomasz Szupienko, Jerzy Szymula, Radosław Szwed (honourable menton of STFZ), Marcin Tymiński, Urszula Wasilewska (honourable menton of STFZ), Jan Wiszniewski (honourable menton of STFZ), Anna Wojdan, Tadeusz Ziętara, Hanna i Jacek Zdanowscy 

(THANKS to Gallery Sztuki for information & pictures !)


Contemporary Polish Jewellery

To mark the anniversary of Poland’s entry to the European Union (in 2004) , Flow gallery is linking up with Gallery Bielak, Krakow.
Director of Flow gallery, Yvonna Demczynska, has selected a group of British jewellers with the intention of representing a diverse hand of the most innovative makers on the contemporary scene. Running parallel to her endeavours, Andrzej Bielak, together with the Polish Association of Jewellery Artists, has picked out a body of work that effectively highlights the excellence in current Polish jewellery.
Andrzej Bielak is at the fore of promoting Poland’s fine art jewellery, having co-founded the Association of Jewellery Artists. We will not be let down by his knowledge, passion or commitment. We particularly look forward to seeing his award winning work.
In drawing attention to some of the jewellers selected, let us look at Bohdan Jan Suchodolski. He has shown in solo and group shows internationally, where his precious materials combine with the more unorthodox. Also taking a mixed media approach are Antek Zaremski and Arkadiusz Wolski. Interestingly, Arkadiusz studied oceanography but set up his own jewellery workshop on graduation. He favours amber, but also employs metal to explore his ideas.

Also changing tack in career post-university is Jacek Byczewski. Having studied sculpture at the Acadamy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Jacek became a jeweller. From this turning point in 1973 Jacek has gone on to berepresented at over 90 international exhibitions, with work in both public and private collections.
Agnieszka Bruzda‘s executes her simple forms exclusively in metal, as does Mariusz Pajaczkowski. Mariusz lives and works in Warsaw, having co-founded the university gallery ‘Brama’. He uses a variety of precious metals.
Jacek A. Rochacki descends from the well known artist/jeweller family. His distinguished career having seen him win multiple awards at the SILVER competitions in Legnica.

The list of work coming to Flow Gallery is completed by that of Pawel Kaczynski, Bogumil Bytomski, Marcin Tyminski, Krzysztof Roszkiewicz, Krzysztof Piotrowski, Jan Wiszniewski, Maryla Maria Dubiel and Aleksandra i Jakub Wyganowscy.

Jewellery travelling to Poland from Yoko Izawa, Alison Macleod, Katy Hackney, Kaz Robertson, Katie Murphy, Kayo Saito, Jane Adam, Hannah Lamb, Carla Edwards, Tanja Ufer, Katie Clarke, Angela O’Kelly and Laura Baxter.

The trade between Flow Gallery and Gallery Bielak looks to be stimulating and thoughtful. It’s scope maybe necessarily defined, but it is hoped that the transfer of ideas will extend beyond that solely between Britain and Poland.

Paweł Kaczyński Pawel Kaczynski bracelet

Contemporary Polish Jewellery dans Agnieszka BRUZDA (PL) brosza%20silver
 Andrzej Bielak

brooches dans Andrzej BIELAK (PL)
Bohdan Jan Suchodolski
Jan Suchodolski  - necklace

Bogumil Bytomski Bogumil Bytomski - bracelet

Ring by Grzegorz Blazko. Silver with acrylic. Grzegorz BŁAŻKO Ring – Silver with acrylic
Pawel Kaczynski  necklaces

jacek rochacki - earrings Jacek A. Rochacki
Agnieszka Bruzda necklace

Jacek byczewski Jacek Byczewski
Jacek Byczewski – necklace made of stainless steel and gold (Mercurius Gedanensis Jewellery Competition- 2008- TECHNICAL INNOVATION award)

Marcin Tyminski Tomasz Ogrodowski
Aleksandra i Jakub Wyganowscy
Arkadiusz Wolski

Goldsmithing Artists` Association (STFZ = Stowarzyszenie Twórców Form Złotniczych)
STFZ co-organize top Polish exhibitions and competitions of artistic goldsmithing like « Revues of goldsmithing forms » of Legnica, and annual « Prezentacje » in Waszawa; formerly the artistic part of jewellery and watchmaking fairs « PAI TIME » in Warszawa and the « CAMELOT » of Kraków. The informative tool of STFZ is newsletter « INFO », edited 5 – 7 times per annum, and the web site. STFZ actively participate in international goldsmithing life cooperating with many goldsmithing associations, nets of contacts and by support to the
à cette page, une galerie de photos des oeuvres des créateurs Polonais

mise à jour sept.2012 : n’arrive plus à la page de STFZ – voir page STFZ sur Facebook


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