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25/10/2016

FALL with Myung URSO ………

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Myung URSO (S.KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:28

« When Autumn is in the peak the golden color in nature leads me my memory to my hometown, Okcheon which means fertile stream. Golden colored rice fields are surrounded by gentle shaped mountains which is common scenery in Korea. Whenever I visit my mom she hands me bunch of dried gardenia seeds which are from her garden. I hand-dyed some silk fabric with those seeds in golden yellow and described my own Autumns. These two pieces are from the series of work I made earlier. » Myung Urso

Myung Urso - Golden Crest, 2010Myung Urso - Golden Crest, 2010

Myung Urso - first snow last night ... in Rochester, NY - oct. 2016Myung Urso - first snow last night … in Rochester, NY – oct. 2016

Myung Urso -  'October', 2009 - necklaceMyung Urso -  ‘October’, 2009 – necklace

Myung Urso -  my mother's gardenia seedsMyung Urso -  my mother’s gardenia seeds

 Myung Urso - detail of brooches - paperMyung Urso - detail of brooches - Paper with Thread

Myung Urso brooch at JOYA 2016: Myung Urso brooch at JOYA 2016

 

 

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

04/02/2015

Myung Urso : black & white delight

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),Myung URSO (S.KR),papier / paper — bijoucontemporain @ 18:30

Myung Urso

New series of work from 2014, where Myung Urso explores a working process open to momentary happenings and cultivates objects from the moment creation.

« It is always intriguing to see how my personal imagination and inspiration embody to become an actual object. The working process is more open towards momentary happenings rather than manipulated by preset intention, which brings unexpected value. I rather explore, experience and cultivate the moment.
I often observe how different elements play out in their own way, helping to define the destiny of each work. Pursuing the textures of abundant materials is my primal interest in making jewelry. Adopting different fibers with other solid material reveals unique surfaces, characteristics, shapes, colors and textures. This is the most fascinating part of my work. »

Myung Urso  - brooches RED 2014Myung Urso  -  Brooches: Red, 2014 – Cotton cord, acrylic paint, sterling silver, lacquer

NEXT EVENTS :
26-Feb-2015 – 01-Mar-2015 ‘Bijoux 2015’, Norton Museum, FL
04-Feb-2015 – 24-Feb-2015 ‘The Outer Limits’, Facere Gallery, Seattle, WA
23-Apr-2015 – 26-Apr-2015 Smithsonian Craft Show, Washington, DC
07-Jun-2015 – 25-Oct-2015 ‘CODA Paper Art 2015’, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Myung Urso Necklace: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 19 x 11 x 5.5 cmMyung Urso Necklace: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 19 x 11 x 5.5 cm

Myung Urso Brooch: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 10 x 11 x 6 cmMyung Urso Brooch: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 10

Myung Urso Brooch: White Water, 2013 Used ramie, wood, thread, gesso, sterling silver 11.5 x 10 x 0.5 cmMyung Urso -  Brooch: White Water, 2013 -  Used ramie, wood, thread, gesso, sterling silver – 11.5x10x 0.5cm

Myung Urso Brooch: In the Cloud, 2013 Silk, thread, found object, sterling silver 19 x 24 x 11.5 cm -Myung Urso Brooch: In the Cloud, 2013 Silk, thread, found object, sterling silver 19 x 24 x 11.5 cm

Myung Urso Neckpiece: Winter Breath, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 15 x 61 x 7 cm On modelMyung Urso Necklace: Winter Breath, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 15 x 61 x 7 cm On model

Myung Urso Neckpiece: Voice of Another, 2013 Hanji, Asian ink, freshwater pearl, thread, sterling silver, lacquer, linen 13.5 x 40 x 5 cmMyung Urso Neckpiece: Voice of Another, 2013 Hanji, Asian ink, freshwater pearl, thread, sterling silver, lacquer, linen 13.5x40x5 cm

 Myung Urso Neckpiece: Winter Dawn, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 8 x 29 x 5 cmMyung Urso Neckpiece: Winter Dawn, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 8 x 29 x 5 cm

 

03/02/2015

EXPO ‘The Outer Limits’ – Facere Gallery, (USA) – 4-24 Fevr. 2015

The Outer Limits

Lecture: Wednesday, February 4 at 5:00 PM
Reception: Wednesday, February 4 at 4:00 PM

 Outer Limits - Facere gal

Orbital by nature, jewelry art lives on the body. Jewelry art invites comment. Jewelry art says, « Howdy! ». It is with pleasure that Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery offers Outer Limits, an exhibition of jewelry art that is as playful as it is avant-garde. Each featured artist experiments with peripheries – pushing the boundaries of material, technique and form.

 

Artist List:
Jana BrevickDavid Choi Rebecca HannonArthur Hash — Shayna Illingworth – Tia Kramer Emiko OyeRachelle Thiewes – Myung Urso.

  Myung Urso, "Composition" Necklace in cotton, asian ink, linen, mulberry paper, african trade beads, resin, thread, and sterling silver. 5 x 21 x 0.75" Myung Urso, « Composition » Necklace in cotton, asian ink, linen, mulberry paper, african trade beads, resin, thread, and sterling silver. 5 x 21 x 0.75″

 David Choi, Knotted Series #07 brooch in steel and sterling silver. 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 1/2"David Choi, Knotted Series #07 brooch in steel and sterling silver. 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 1/2« 

 David Choi, Knotted Series #02 brooch in steel and sterling silver. 1 1/4 x 2 1/2 x 1/2"David Choi, Knotted Series #02 brooch in steel and sterling silver. 1 1/4 x 2 1/2 x 1/2″

 Rachelle Thiewes, Bracelet #373 in steel, sterling silver, kandy paint, 2 x 4.25 x 3.75" Rachelle Thiewes, Bracelet #373 in steel, sterling silver, kandy paint, 2 x 4.25 x 3.75″

emiko oye: No.4 - Big Mouth Strikes Again, Under the Killing Moon: Series of surrealist lips. One-of-a-kind convertible necklace and wall-mounted sculpture. Repurposed and recycled LEGO®, Argentium silver, rare earth magnets. Pendant measures 5.375 x 3.75 x 2” Necklace is 21.5” long.Emiko Oye: No.4 – Big Mouth Strikes Again, Under the Killing Moon: Series of surrealist lips. One-of-a-kind convertible necklace and wall-mounted sculpture. Repurposed and recycled LEGO®, Argentium silver, rare earth magnets. Pendant measures 5.375 x 3.75 x 2” Necklace is 21.5” long.

 Myung Urso, "Outer Space" Necklace in mica, thread, resin, and African trade beads. 5.5 x 22 x 0.25"Myung Urso, « Outer Space » Necklace in mica, thread, resin, and African trade beads. 5.5 x 22 x 0.25″

 Myung Urso, "Still Life" Brooch in wool, thread, acrylic pain, sterling silver, and lacquer. 4 x 6.5 x 1"Myung Urso, « Still Life » Brooch in wool, thread, acrylic pain, sterling silver, and lacquer. 4 x 6.5 x 1″

 Arthur Hash, 'Snake' Bracelets in glass infused nylon.   Arthur Hash, ‘Snake’ Bracelets in glass infused nylon.

 Arthur Hash, "Inflated Chain" Necklace in glass infused nylon. 3-D printed. Approx 74" long. Chain links are 22mm x 14mm. Largest element measures 6 x 1 1/2 x 1 1/2".Arthur Hash, « Inflated Chain » Necklace in glass infused nylon. 3-D printed. Approx 74″ long. Chain links are 22mm x 14mm. Largest element measures 6 x 1 1/2 x 1 1/2″.

Jana Brevick: Intersection Necklace, Sterling silver.Jana Brevick: Intersection Necklace, Sterling silver.

Emiko Oye: No.1 - Lips Like Sugar, Under the Killing Moon: Series of surrealist lips. One-of-a-kind convertible necklace and wall-mounted sculpture. Repurposed and recycled LEGO®, Argentium silver, rare earth magnets. Pendant measures 5 x 3 x 1.5” Necklace is 21.5” long.Emiko Oye: No.1 – Lips Like Sugar, Under the Killing Moon: Series of surrealist lips. One-of-a-kind convertible necklace and wall-mounted sculpture. Repurposed and recycled LEGO®, Argentium silver, rare earth magnets. Pendant measures 5 x 3 x 1.5” Necklace is 21.5” long.

 Rebecca Hannon, "Pinwheel Neckpiece" in laminate, sterling silver clasp, and steel cable. Necklace is 26.5" in length.Rebecca Hannon, « Pinwheel Neckpiece » in laminate, sterling silver clasp, and steel cable. Necklace is 26.5″ in length.

 

Facere Jewelry Art Gallery

1420 Fifth Ave, Suite 108,
Seattle, Washington 98101
http://www.facerejewelryart.com/
206-624-6768

 

20/07/2014

EXPO ‘RULE THE WORLD’ – Friends of Carlotta, Zurich (CH) – 19 Juin-5 Sept. 2014

RULE THE WORLD, a juried exhibition at Friends of Carlotta in Zurich, Switzerland, curated by Bruna Hauert.

Welcome to our world of lived-out deficiencies and psychopaths!

What are the adornments of dictators, despots, and the plain delusional ? What do they need in order to let their real personalities shine through ? What tools do tyrants have to show that they are in charge ?

Rule the World

Despoten sind – bei aller Einfalt – ein sehr facettenreiches Trüppchen. Sie wollen nicht nur geliebt werden. Nein, sie wollen ehrlich und echt geliebt werden. Notfalls mit Gewalt.
Doch: Womit schmücken sich DiktatorInnen, Grössenwahnsinnige, Möchtegerns und Trauminöds? Womit präsentieren sie sich, damit ihre wahre Persönlichkeit im richtigen Licht erstrahlt? Womit zeigen GrosskotzInnen, TyrannInnen und zu Höherem Berufene, dass die Macht mit ihnen ist? Besitzt der Mächtige Objekte der Macht weil er mächtig ist? Oder ist er mächtig, weil er Objekte von magischer Macht besitzt?
Und: Was gönnt der Despot sich selbst in einer launigen Minute? Welcher Schmuck feiert mit ihm in der Stunde seines Triumphes? Womit verwöhnt er seine Untertanen, damit sie sich ihm leichter unter tun? Und wie kann ich ihm huldigen, damit er meine wahre Liebe und somit seinen wahren Wert erkennt?
Diese und andere Fragen zum Thema RULE THE WORLD beherrschen das Thema der nächsten jurierten Schmuckausstellung bei Friends of Carlotta.
Willkommen in der Welt der gelebten Defizite und der Psychopathen in Bestform!
Ich freue mich auf die Pracht der Macht und darauf, Sie an der Vernissage vom 19. Juni 2014 ab 17h begrüssen zu dürfen. Oder an jedem anderen Tag während der Ausstellung. Herzlich  Bruna Hauert

Despite their simple-mindedness, despots are a very diverse little group. All they want is
to be loved. Or rather, they want honest and real love. By force, if need be.
However, what do dictators, megalomaniacs, wannabes and the delusioned adorn themselves with? What do they use to cast their personalities in a positive light? What do fat cats, tyrants and those destined for greater things use to demonstrate that the force is with them? Do the powerful own objects of power because they are powerful? Or are they powerful because they own objects with magic powers?
What’s more: What do despots treat themselves to when they’re in a foul mood? Which pieces of jewellery are there to share the hours of victory with them? What do they spoil their subjects with in order to make them more eager to subdue themselves? And how must I worship these despots so that they recognise my pure love and therefore their true value?
These and other questions on how to RULE THE WORLD will be the dictating subject of the
next juried jewellery exhibition at Friends of Carlotta.

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD -  Joo Hyung ParkJoo Hyung Park
 
- Annette Altenburger (DE) — Jessica Andersen (USA) — Christine Annau (DE) — Miriam Arentz & Annika Schindler (DE) — Ela Bauer (NL) — Nicole Beck (DE) — Stefan Behnke & Miriam Gradl (DE) — Brigitte Berndt (DE) — Marlene Beyer (DE) — Wolfram Beyer (DE) — Laura Bradshaw-Heap (UK) — Rachael Colley (UK) — Jennifer Crupi (USA) — Martina Czunczeleit (DE) — Laura Deakin (DE) — Saskia Derksen (DE) — Saskia Detering (DE) — Sam Tho Duong (DE) — Beate Eismann (DE) — Tanja Emmert (DE) — Ricarda Enderweit (DE) — Katja Fischer (CH) — Su Foster, Patsy Kay Kolesar & Simone Richmond (CA) — Katja Fox (DE) — Andrea Fretz (CH) — Yael Friedman (IL) — Helen Friesacher-Borst (DE) — Claudia Frisch (DE) — Masako Fukuda (JP) — Sam Gassman (USA) — Friederike Glück (DE) — Miriam Gonnissen (DE) — Nicole Grandics (USA) — Bénédicte Gross (CH) — Tamara Grüner (DE) — Christian Guthmann (DE) — Bruna Hauert (CH) – Stephanie Hensle (DE) — Jasmin Hess (CH) — Tomoko Hori (UK) — Mara Induni (CH) — Bettina Jakob (CH) — Florence Jaquet (CH) — Léonie Jeanrenaud (CH) — Edda Andrée Jessel (DE) — Leonore Jock (DE) — Udo Jung (DE) — Masumi Kataoka (USA) — Verena Klette (DE) — Luitgard Korte (DE) — Michelle Kraemer (AT) –  Unk Kraus (DE) — Martina Lang (DE) — Gregory Larin (IL) — Tracy Lee Black (USA) — Alisa Letsius (RU) — Reka Lorincz (HU) — Inés Mantel (CH) — Gigi Mariani (IT) — Laura Martínez (ES) — Susanne Matsché (DE) — Esther Mattille (CH) — Jennifer Merchant (USA) — Katharina Moch (DE) — Jillian Moore (USA) — Julika Müller (DE) — Viktoria Münzker (AT) — Nick Mullins (USA) — Elisabeth Mundwiler (CH) — Deanna Ooley (USA) — Ossi Oswald (DE) — Joo Hyung Park (KT) — Nadine Pawusch (DE) — Lina Peetz (DE) — Izabella Petrut (AT) — Annika Pettersson (SE) — Carmen Pfanner (AT) — Yvonne Raab (DE) — Daniel Ramos (DE) — Sarah Reinhard (CH) — Begoña Rentero (ES) — Claudia Römer (DE) — Sabine Roth (DE) — Vicky Saragouda (UK) — Nils Schmalenbach (DE) — Naoko Iyoda Schneeberger (CH) — Verena Schreppel (DE) — Nicole Schuster (DE) — Anna Silberstein (DE) — Eva Sörensen (DE) — Katrin Spranger (UK) — Johanna Stäss (DE) — Simone Strauss (DE) — Rebecca Strzelec (USA) — Eva Tesarik (AT) — Myung Urso (USA) — Viveka Valentin (DE) — Otto Van Winkle Peterstein (IE) — Barbara Vogl (DE) — Maria Volokhova (DE) — Andrea Wagner (NL) — Heike Walk (DE) — Heike Wanner (AT) — Caro Weiss (DE) — Klaus Weisser (CH) — Angelika Wolpert (DE) — Grandpa Wooley (DE) — Diana Zeiler (DE)

EXPO virtuelle / virtual exhibition here

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD_  Jennifer CRUPI power gestureJennifer CRUPI power gesture

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD - Luitgard Korte - ringLuitgard Korte - ring

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD - Gregory Larin  'Nice to meat you'Gregory Larin  ‘Nice to meat you’ necklace – brass, textile, polymer

Andrea Wagner "Rule the World" Friends of CarlottaAndrea Wagner

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD_Florence JaQUETFlorence Jaquet

Jasmin Hess jewels Jasmin Hess brooches « Love is what you PUT IN my heart » Brosche Holz, Textil, Garn, Silber

Tamara GrünerTamara Grüner

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD_ - FOC - Brigitte BerndtBrigitte Berndt – « man Eater »

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD- Tanja EmmertTanja Emmert

Jillian Moore - at Friends of carlottaJillian Moore   « PHASELOS »
The obscenely over sized piece did not hang like a pendant. It framed her face and seemed to cradle her body. It required a formal posture and bearing that teased out an air of decorum she was not always prone to pulling off. A hybridization of legume, embryo, and organ, the piece could not be more ripe. It‘s glossy surface, and speckled edges felt less like a thing made than a thing born. To the starving masses it was a promise of fertility, but to her enemies it was a reminder that she might gut them at amoment‘s notice

 Johanna Stäß  Johanna Stäß

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD_ Yael FriedmanYael Friedman

 EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD - Gigi MarianiGigi Mariani
« I wanted to think of a jewel that affirm strength and power. in which the tyrant will exhibit their achievements represented by balls enclosed between cubes, like columns that recall the force of power.
A potential rosary made to be shown to confirm the ego and emphasize his power.
Object to show, but that becomes amulet and creates safety to the wearer »

Nick MullinsNick Mullins

Bruna HauertBruna Hauert

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD - Bruna HauertBruna Hauert

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD - Izabella Petrut Izabella Petrut
« Jewelry to live every deficiency to the fullest extent. I choose to use a female and a male despot, creating two characters and two scenarios. They both compete for power, adoration, attention and they use the same weapons: the Penis, a symbol of power and dominance. My characters have a lot of insecurities for which they have to overcompensate with decoration and dubious behavior. The Penis becomes a symbol of desire and the despots see it as the object of their desire. The Penis becomes a cult object. Queen of all queens carries around a small wooden Penis pendant as a symbol of her dominance over men. It looks modest, unimportant and not too cared for. It is a trophy.
King of all kings carries around a wooden Penis to show he is the biggest, strongest and most precious of all. The piece is carved out of balsa wood and carefully finished. The piece is really easily imprinted if one doesn’t handle it with care, just like the King’s ego. The way it is worn, as a brooch on the shoulder, is disturbing for the wearer as well as for the viewer. »

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD -Katharina MochKatharina Moch

Sam Tho Duong for "Rule the World", Friends of Carlotta, ZürichSam Tho Duong neckpiece

Jennifer Merchant, "Rule the World" Friends of CarlottaJennifer Merchant

EXPO - RULE_THE_WORLD_ - Begoña RenteroBegoña Rentero

 

Friends of Carlotta Bruna Hauert,
Neumarkt 22
8001 Zurich
Tel +41 44 261 87 07
http://www.foc.ch

17/02/2014

Baltimore American Craft Council show (USA) – 21-23 Fevr. 2014

Baltimore  American Craft Council show Feb. 21-23, 2014.

Baltimore  American Craft Council show Feb. 21-23, 2014.  http://public.craftcouncil.org/baltimore
Christy Klug | Booth: 1601Christy Klug – Booth: 1601 Lisa Crowder | Booth: 1403Lisa Crowder - Booth: 1403

Kimberly Geiser | Booth: 2411Kimberly Geiser – Booth: 2411

Wendy McAllister - enameled brooches - Baltimore  American Craft Council show Wendy McAllister Booth # 2104 -  enameled brooches
silver & enameled earring by Christine Simpson Forni with 18kt gold ear wires.Christine Simpson-Forni - Booth: 1309
etc, etc, etc …..

 

 

Jewelry Metal (click to get the list of exhibitors) :

 Ashley Buchanan | Booth: 419Ashley Buchanan -  Booth: 419

BongSang Cho | Booth: 226BongSang Cho – Booth: 226

Petra Class | Booth: 505Petra Class -  Booth: 505

Donna D'Aquino | Booth: 600Donna D’Aquino – Booth: 600

Lori Gottlieb | Booth: 229Lori Gottlieb – Booth: 229

Tara Locklear | Booth: 602Tara Locklear - Booth: 602

Sydney Lynch | Booth: 422Sydney Lynch - Booth: 422

Lauren Markley | Booth: 3207Lauren Markley – Booth: 3207

 so-young park -  earth ringSo-Young Park -  Booth: 215 Meghan Riley | Booth: 302Meghan Riley – Booth: 302

Biba Schutz | Booth: 405Biba Schutz – Booth: 405

Kiwon Wang | Booth: 516Kiwon Wang – Booth: 516

Beverly Tadeu | Booth: 2205Beverly Tadeu - Booth: 2205
 etc, etc, etc …..

 

Jewelry Non-Metal (click to get the list of exhibitors)

Janine DeCresenzo | Booth: 222Janine DeCresenzo – Booth: 222

Ford & Forlano  -  Booth: 406Ford & Forlano  -  Booth: 406 Gustav Reyes | Booth: 410Gustav Reyes - Booth: 410

Myung Urso Neckpiece: Blue Monday, 2013 Wood, Twig, Acrylic paint, Beads, Thread, Sterling silver 19.5 x 27 x 1.5 cm

Myung UrsoBooth: 207

etc, etc, etc ……

 

American Craft Council

Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

American Craft Council

1224 Marshall Street NE.
Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 206-3100
council@craftcouncil.org

09/01/2014

Black (and white) Magic woman ……

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),Myung URSO (S.KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 2:55

Myung Urso new work for 2013 – wanted a black and white selection, but ALL is SO beautiful ……………

« It is always intriguing to see how my personal imagination and inspiration embody to become an actual object. The working process is more open towards momentary happenings rather than manipulated by preset intention, which brings unexpected value.
I rather explore, experience and cultivate the moment.
I often observe how different elements play out in their own way, helping to define the destiny of each work. Pursuing the textures of abundant materials is my primal interest in making jewelry. Adopting different fibers with other solid material reveals unique surfaces, characteristics, shapes, colors and textures. This is the most fascinating part of my work. » Myung Urso

Myung Urso -  Neckpiece: Winter Breath, 2013 - Cotton, Gesso, Sterling silver 15 x 61 x 7 cm  Myung Urso - Neckpiece: Voice of Another, 2013 - Hanji, Linen, Asian ink, Freshwater Pearl, Thread, Sterling silver, Lacquer Myung Urso -  Neckpiece: Winter Breath, 2013 – Cotton, Gesso, Sterling silver 15 x 61 x 7 cm

Myung Urso - Neckpiece: Voice of Another, 2013 - Hanji, Linen, Asian ink, Freshwater Pearl, Thread, Sterling silver, Lacquer Myung UrsoNeckpiece: Voice of Another, 2013Hanji, Linen, Asian ink, Freshwater Pearl, Thread, Sterling silver, Lacquer 13.5 x 40 x 5 cm

Myung Urso -  Neckpiece: Aquarius III, 2013 - Hanji (Korean Mulberry Paper), Asian ink, Sterling silver, Lacquer Myung UrsoNeckpiece: Aquarius III, 2013Hanji (Korean Mulberry Paper), Asian ink, Sterling silver,
Lacquer- 11 x 12 x 8 cm

Myung Urso Neckpiece: Native Language I, 2013 Wood, Raw Diamond, Beads, Thread, Gesso, Sterling silver, Lacquer  Myung UrsoNeckpiece: Native Language I, 2013Wood, Raw Diamond, Beads, Thread, Gesso, Sterling silver, Lacquer
5.5 x 53 x 0.7 cm

Myung Urso Brooch: White Water, 2013 Used ramie, Wood, Thread, Gesso, Sterling silver 11.5 x 10 x 0.5 cmMyung Urso - Brooch: White Water, 2013Used ramie, Wood, Thread, Gesso, Sterling silver
11.5 x 10 x 0.5 cm

Myung Urso Brooch: Forest, 2013 Linen, Asian ink, Wood, Thread, Gesso, Sterling silver, Lacquer 11 x 12.5 x 1 cm Myung UrsoBrooch: Forest, 2013Linen, Asian ink, Wood, Thread, Gesso, Sterling silver, Lacquer
11 x 12.5 x 1 cm

02/06/2011

COUP de COEUR : Myung URSO – ELEGANCE ………..

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),Myung URSO (S.KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

 Myung URSO last works

« My imagination transforms itself from memories and personal stories. Painterly surfaces and sculptural forms influence my contemporary jewelry aesthetic.
Assisting my elderly mother with hand sewing and the traditional ways for the preparation of food helped to shape my hand skills. The shaping of rice cake and arranging vegetables for winter storage enhanced my visual aesthetic. My previous work experience as an editor/reporter and art curator has broadened my knowledge and interpretation of contemporary jewelry.
Calligraphy and sewing serve as my fundamental techniques, which I have practiced throughout my lifetime. Calligraphy has always fascinated me in how the brush stroke touches and enlivens the surface of a paper or fabric. Black ink lines and patterns often reveal meaningful symbols, letters or poetic landscapes.
The collaboration between metal and various fiber materials enhance my ability to create.
Materials have their own character and offer many unique shapes, colors, patterns and textures.
I challenge myself to emphasize the special characteristics and beauty of materials while expanding the boundaries in creating an original identity for my jewelry art forms »

Myung URSO - Neckpiece Wraparound 2011
Myung URSO – neckpiece ‘Wraparound’ 2011 – Silk, thread, sterling silver, lacquer

Myung Urso - neckpiece 'Stroke'  2011
Myung URSO  - neckpiece ‘Stroke’  2011 – Hanji (Korean mulberry paper), oriental ink, sterling silver, lacquer

Myung Urso - neckpiece 'Combination' 2011
Myung URSO  - neckpiece ‘Combination’ 2011 – Hand-dyed cotton, Hanji, thread, sterling silver, lacquer

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Myung URSO  - necklace ‘Variation’ 2011 – Hanji, twig, acrylic paint, sterling silver, lacquer

Myung Urso - brooch 'Morning Glory' 2011
Myung URSO  - brooch ‘Morning Glory’ 2011 Silk, thread, sterling silver, lacquer

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Myung URSO  - necklace ‘Message’ 2011 – Old Korean book, hanji, polymer clay, sterling silver, lacquer

24/08/2010

Myung Urso – sculptural jewelry forms, between metal and fiber

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Myung URSO (S.KR),www dailyartmuse — bijoucontemporain @ 0:49

« The South Korea native stitches together the best of her history, education and life experience, carefully pairing materials like cotton and sterling silver or loofah and pearls. Myung URSO ’s jewelry has been exhibited in prestigious shows around the country, including the Philadelphia Museum Craft Show and SOFA NY.«  (DailyArtMuse)

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Myung URSObrooch ‘Korea‘ – silk, thread, oriental ink, lacquer, chrysoprase, sterling silver – 2008

« My artistic imagination transforms itself from life and nature. Painterly and sculptural jewelry forms convey personal stories and memories from life. The forms rendered through collaboration between metal and fiber reflects my interest for abstracting from nature. I challenge myself to emphasize the special characteristics and beauty of materials while expanding the boundaries in creating an original identity for my jewelry art form.« (Myung URSO , South Korea)

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Myung URSONeckpiece-Crest, one the most recent pieces… 2010

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Myung URSO - ‘Tempo‘, silk, oriental ink, acrylic paint, sterling silver, thread, lacquer

« Calligraphy and sewing serve as my fundamental techniques, which I have practiced throughout my lifetime.  I also found that my elderly mother’s traditional way for the preparation of food, such as the shaping of rice cake and arranging vegetables for winter storage, combined with my previous work experience as a reporter and curator for art and craft have shaped my own interpretation of contemporary jewelry. » (Myung Urso)

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Myung URSO  - ‘Sky and Mountain’ brooch – cotton, oriental ink, sterling silver

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Myung URSO - Trace, silk, oriental ink, acrylic paint, sterling silver, thread, lacquer

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Myung URSO - ‘Tide’ necklace, cotton, oriental ink, acrylic paint, sterling silver, thread, lacquer 2009

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Myung URSO  - necklace ‘Infinity’ 2008 – silk, thread, sterling silver

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Myung URSO  necklace ‘Infinity’   – detail

 

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Myung URSO  - “Combination” neckpiece

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Myung URSO  - Neckpiece ‘touch me not’

 

 

 

Coming exhibitions :
2010
October – Snyderman-Work Galleries, Philadelphia, PA
November – Philadelphia Museum Art & Craft show, Philadelphia, PA
Novemeber – Washington Craft Show, Washington DC
November – SOFA Expo, Chicago, Charon Kransen Arts, Chicago, IL

 

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