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EXPO ‘Seams | Seems’ – MADA gallery, Melbourne (Australia) – 17 Juill.-20 Aout 2013

« Seams | Seems » 17 July – 20 August 2013  Exhibition and symposium curated by Marian Hosking (MADA – Monash University Art Design & Architecture) and Robin Quigley (Rhode Island School of Design).
Seams: bringing together, fitting, joining and overlapping.
Seems: to appear to have a particular quality.

Opening Address 19 July, 6pm Professor Edward Byrne AO, Vice Chancellor & President, Monash University

Seams | Seems 17 July - 20 August 2013
Upcoming exhibition  Seams | Seemswhich is a collaborative alumni exhibition by Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and Monash University in Australia. This exhibition will represent a diverse selection of jewelry and objects to emphasize and broaden the discourse around where the boundaries lie for jewelry in 2013. The exhibition will be open from this Wed, the 17th of July until the 20th Aug, 2013 at the MADA Gallery, Melbourne in Australia. The opening event will be held on the 19th of July at 6pm.

Right now, our faculties, Robin Quigley and Tracy Steepy are officially in Australia representing the work of the RISD Jewelry and Metalsmithing Alumni and Faculty. They have begun the installation of the exhibition. Thank you so much, Robin and Tracy !! I will update you when I receive more photos from the exhibition.

Here are the participating Artists from RISD: Yoshie EndaKate FurmanYong Joo Kim — Hye Yeon Park — Lauren TickleMariah TuttleMallory WestonRobin Quigley — Tracy Steepy.

From MADA  : Melissa Cameron — Vito Bila — Lousje Skala — Laura DeakinJill Hermans — Biatta Kelly — Christine Scott-Young — Penelope Pollard — Maureen Faye Chauhan — Meredith Turnbull.

Kate Furman   "Reconciled" - brooch -     (2012 MFA in Jewelry + Metalsmithing at Rhode Island School of Design) - -
Kate Furman   « Reconciled » – brooch -     (2012 MFA in Jewelry + Metalsmithing at Rhode Island School of Design)

Yong Joo Kim : Brooch, Requisite Variety S2-EV8, Velcro hook and loop fasteners and Sterling Silver, 6” x 8” x 4”, 2013

 Yong Joo Kim : Brooch, Requisite Variety S2-EV8, Velcro hook and loop fasteners and Sterling Silver, 6” x 8” x 4”, 2013

Lauren Tickle, 27, who is based in Brooklyn, New York, painstakingly transformed paper money into intricate brooches, necklaces and earrings.
Lauren Tickle, $12.50 Brooch, US Currency, Silver, Latex, and Monofilament, 2011
YOSHIE ENDA - Presence : Arms - silicone
Yoshie Enda –  Presence : Arms – silicone
Hye Yeon Park's “Grasping at Clouds”
Hye Yeon Park -  “Grasping at Clouds”
Tracy Steepy - steepy plyportraits -  2012 - resin, wood, steel
Tracy Steepy – steepy plyportraits -  2012 – resin, wood, steel
Laura Deakin brooch.
Laura Deakin brooch
Meredith Turnbull – Red-and-Green-painted-brooch
Maureen Faye-Chauhan, Octahedral brooch (2011)

Maureen Faye-Chauhan, Octahedral brooch (2011)

MADA Gallery is located at the Caulfield campus of Monash University
MADA Gallery
Building G, Ground Floor
900 Dandenong Rd
Caulfield East Victoria 3145
t+61 3 9903 2882


EXPO ‘Robin QUIGLEY’ – Gallery Loupe, USA – 20 mai-13 juin 2010

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Loupe (US),Robin QUIGLEY (US),USA — bijoucontemporain @ 6:21

Robin Quigley received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Jewelry from the Tyler School of Art in Pennsylvania. She received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design. This began her long lasting  professional connection to the school which includes more than 25 years on its teaching faculty.  Quigley is currently a Professor and Head of RISD’s  Department of Jewelry and Metals.

Contemporary Art Jewelry by Robin Quigley
Robin Quigley - brooch ‘temptation’ wood, paint, plastic, pearl, cloth, steel

Contemporary Art Jewelry by Robin Quigley
Robin Quigley -Neckpiece ‘dark’ – rubber, plastic, coral, shell, steel, rope

ROBIN QUIGLEY- Mana pendant
Robin Quigley - Mana pendant (open)

Robin Quigley - Neckpiece

« Narrowing the gap between valued possessions and discarded objects is the focus of Robin Quigley‘s latest series of work. REMAINS is an exploration of the unexpected effects that time can have on both the living and the inanimate objects that  surround us.  In this collection of one-of-a-kind pieces, the artist makes use of reclaimed materials including plastic, steel, rubber, wood, resin, glass – even animal bones.  It is through this diverse mix of media that Quigley creates her figurative tableaus and non-representational compositions. REMAINS is considered by the artist to be a natural outgrowth of her previous collection, which she called « FLASHBACK » – an investigation of memory and the passage of time. With REMAINS, Quigley shifts her focus to the present and contemplates what « remains », both literally and figuratively. »

Contemporary Art Jewelry by

Contemporary Art Jewelry by


cet artiste crée des bijoux qui vont du plus zen au plus facétieux …. étonnant !


Gallery Loupe
50 Church Street
Montclair, NJ 07042 (USA)
Tel : 973 744 0061
Fax : 973 744 0062
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