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06/06/2013

Y’a un OS ………..

« Y’a un OS » ….

this expression (« Il y a un os » or « tomber sur un os » [to hit a snag]) means that there is a problem when you « find a bone » … but the dog seems happy when finding a bone ??! why men are not happy ??

But, with this post, perhaps women will be happy when « finding bones » ! ;-)

jewelry with bones ….

collier Ynac (collection "jusqu'aux os") - BONES necklace ! - Salon Parures et Allures - Ateliers d'Art de France -collier Ynac (collection « jusqu’aux os ») Ynac (from AFEDAP Paris) – BONES necklace ! – Salon Parures et Allures – Ateliers d’Art de France – sept 2012 paris

collier YNACYnac - collection ‘jusqu’aux os’ -collier ‘enchainement des ch(os)es’ – os teinté, feuille d’or, laiton – 1m  
Patricia Lemaire -- broches en osPatricia Lemaire — broches en os
BONE Patricia Lemaire 2011 - sautoir Patricia Lemaire 2011 – BONE, sautoir

Patricia Lemaire - broche "étoile de mer" - os, argent ....Patricia Lemaire – broche « étoile de mer » – os, argent

Francesca Gabrielli  "Noli Me Tangere"  necklace 04  synthetic stones and bone  Photos QuidCreativeFrancesca Gabrielli  « Noli Me Tangere »  necklace 04  synthetic stones and bone  Photos QuidCreative

Francesca Gabrielli - Nuda veritasFrancesca Gabrielli – Nuda veritas

Francesca Gabrielli Necklace: Noli Me Tangere 2013 Synthetic pink orange stones, boneFrancesca Gabrielli Necklace: Noli Me Tangere 2013 Synthetic pink orange stones, bone

Francesca GabrielliFrancesca Gabrielli

Anastasia Kandaraki  -  2011 -  "χίλια κομμάτια"  brooch, bone, colour, gold K14Anastasia Kandaraki  -  2011 -  « χίλια κομμάτια »  brooch, bone, colour, gold K14

Robert EbendorfRobert Ebendorf

Evelien Sipkes - Pork Bones, Linen 2004Evelien Sipkes – Pork Bones, Linen 2004

Evelien Sipkes - bones neckpiece detailEvelien Sipkes – bones neckpiece detail

Evelien Sipkes Contemporary Jewelry  Bones and LinenEvelien Sipkes  Bones and Linen bracelet

Necklace | Mia Straka. 'Wishbone'.  Bone and sterling silverMia Straka – Necklace ‘Wishbone’.  Bone and sterling silver

Jennifer Trask, Germinate Necklace, 2010. Bone, antler, teeth, pre-ban ivory, steel, brass, diamonds. Jennifer Trask, Germinate Necklace, 2010. Bone, antler, teeth, pre-ban ivory, steel, brass, diamonds.

Thomas Hill: "Bird Skull and Vertebrae" PendantThomas Hill : « Bird Skull and Vertebrae » Pendant

Domic Jones offers up these animal part necklaces as his master works of Jewelry Art... 2010Dominic Jones offers up these animal part necklaces as his master works of Jewelry Art… 2010 

Claw Brooch by Julia deVille -   Sterling silver, rhodium plated claw brooch with push clasp. Cast from the leg of a turtledove Julia deVille – Claw Brooch -   Sterling silver, rhodium plated claw brooch with push clasp. Cast from the leg of a turtledove

Dandi MaestreDandi Maestre

Jorge Manilla - serie 'metamorfosis divinas'Jorge Manilla – serie ‘metamorfosis divinas’ necklace

Jorge Manilla - serie 'metamorfosis divinas'  detailJorge Manilla – serie ‘metamorfosis divinas’  (detail)

01/11/2011

Decouverte : Mia STRAKA

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Mia STRAKA (NZ),Nlle Zelande (NZ) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:10

Mia Straka graduated from UNITEC design school in Auckland in 2001, with a Bachelor of 3d design – Jewellery taught by acclaimed jeweller Pauline Bern.
She then lived and worked making jewellery in London for two years, before moving to Zug, Switzerland, to develop her own work. She worked towards exhibition jewellery in the atelier of Swiss jewellery Brigitte Moser, and while in Switzerland took part in exhibitions and displayed work in galleries in Biel, Switzerland and London.
Since returning home to New Zealand in 2005, Mia has been setting up her workshop and jewellery practice. Her workspace is in a shared workshop in central Auckland. 

Most pieces from Mia Straka are structures with twisted metal. Lines take on another sense and acquire rhythm. She took part in « Group Show 2009« , a group exhibition at Fingers. Quoil and Fingers: catalogue of the exhibition « Radiate » (« Mar de color rosa« )

« I love the process of translating ideas in design and then constructing them. Ideas and forms grow during the making process and often the piece evolves into something different from its original design.
The past few years I have been focussing on ways of working with metals, joining elements to create jewellery to express ideas and broadening media to include considering non-precious materials. I hope that the owners of my jewellery feel the spirit and integrity that is my intention« Mia Straka

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Mia Straka - Cross Necklace – oxidised sterling silver, embroidery thread – 2009

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Mia Straka - Weave Brooch  – sterling silver, red cord – 2009

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Mia Straka - Glow Necklace- sterling silver, red cord – 2009

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Mia Straka - ‘Chenier’ Neckpiece on red silk chain – PVC, silk cord, nylon thread- From 2011 exhibition ‘Model/Jewellery’

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Mia Straka Superstructures – Three Baskets, Necklace, oxidised silver

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Mia Straka Superstructures – Time Traveller, Necklace, oxidised silver, 24ct gold leaf

 

 

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