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07/02/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jina SEO – ready for #MunichJewelleryWeek2017 !!

New work from 2017 ….. ready for  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017  !!
«Her practice explores the relationships between body, clothing, sexuality, fetish, and space. »

 New work from 2017.. #MunichJewelleryWeek2017Jina Seo New work from 2017… – beginnings in white …. #MunichJewelleryWeek2017

Jina Seo New work from 2017 ..... ready for  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017  !!: Jina Seo New work from 2017.. – brooch – #MunichJewelleryWeek2017

Jina Seo New work from 2017.. -  First time using white leather. Gets almost translucent when it is wet..Jina Seo New work from 2017.. -  First time using white leather. Gets almost translucent when it is wet..

Jina Seo New work from 2017 ..... ready for  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017  !!: Jina Seo New work from 2017 – brooch -  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017

Jina Seo New work from 2017 ..... ready for  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017  !!: Jina Seo New work from 2017 ….. ready for  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017  !!

Jina Seo New work from 2017 ..... ready for  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017  !!: Jina Seo New work from 2017 – brooch

Jina Seo New work from 2017 ..... ready for  #MunichJewelleryWeek2017  !!: Jina Seo New work from 2017 ….. brooch

Jina Seo New work from 2017 ..... brooch: Jina Seo New work from 2017 ….. brooch

 

Artist Statement
The extraordinary power of objects is obtained, because people believe in them. The more mundane the objects are, the more powerful they become. 
My practice contextualizes the primitive energy that is submerged beneath the layers of garments. When the body is removed, the absence becomes an empty structure. The internal structure is evidence of human existence. It remains full of authentic spirit and fantasy. 
Through the processes of deconstructing and reconstructing materials into symbolic forms, I uncover the hidden intimate and sensual power of humanity. It is a moment when ordinary objects become surreal and uncanny in order to redeem the socially constructed expectations and perceptions.

 

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04/02/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jelizaveta Suska – Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3

Jelizaveta Suska

« So me and my friends are preparing for something really cool and exiting: Hatara project. From Finnish – a cotton candy. Like a sweet cloud, we, a bunch of 14 people, from all over the world will make a show in Munich this year. If you are going there for Schmuck Fare, don’t miss our exhibition, it will be under #36 (on a map)!
I will tell more about each participant as we move closer to the 8h of March – Opening day! Have a look at our project webpage. We looking forward to meet you! »
https://www.facebook.com/hataraproject

Jelizaveta Suska  Hatara project. From Finnish - a cotton candy. Like a sweet cloud,

9-22h, LOVaaS artSPace - 08-11 March

Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3“,
with : Marine Dominiczak, Morven Downie, Elin Flogman, Yasuyo Hida, Anke Huyben, Christine Jalio, Helmi Lindblom, Melina Lindroos, Annea Lounatvuori, Sara Malm, Wiebke Pandikow, Jelizaveta Suskaya, Susanna Yläranta, Ginta Zabarovska,

Fürstenstr. 6, 80333 München, 08.-11.03.,
Mi. 19-22h, Do. Fr. 10-19h, Sa. 11-17h,
Tel. +358 445250524, www.facebook.com/hataraproject
„Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3 - photo: Ninni VidgrenHatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3 – photo: Ninni Vidgren
Meet the artists taking part in this year’s Munich Jewelry Week exhibition TIME PERCEPTION VOL.3.
Jelizaveta Suska
She was born in Latvia, where she completed her Bachelor degree education in Art Academy of Latvia as a metal designer. At the age of 24 she moved to Gothenburg in Sweden for studying and permanent living. In 2015 she graduated from Academy of Design and Crafts (HDK) at University of Gothenburg.
In year 2016 Jelizaveta received The Herbert Hofmann Prize, and Amber prize at Amberif Award.
‘Frozen Moment’ pieces are a lot about feelings of nostalgia, of a moment in time. In my work, I was looking for materialization of these abstract matters. I based it on associations and feelings. After a period of research, I came up with my own material that the pieces are made of. This material has two main compounds: polymer, that is light and transparent, just like ‘a moment’ and crushed marble, that creates an illusion of a solid stone which I associate with a feeling of nostalgia.
In the beginning of crafting each piece, material is hot and dynamic but in a while it turns still. Like a metaphor of a moment becoming a memory. When looking at my works, people often are saying that they look like ice or unknown minerals.
I question traditional approaches and instead of valuable jewels I celebrate the idea behind the material. That’s why for the rear of the brooches and other supporting details I use valuable metals like gold, gold plated silver and titanium.
In this project, I created more than 200 hundred pieces. I then selected 21 and crafted them into the jewelry.
Find out more about Jelizaveta – www.suska.berta.me
Jelizaveta Suska - brooch "Frozen moments"Jelizaveta Suska – brooch « Frozen moments »
Jelizaveta Suska - brooches "Frozen moments"Jelizaveta Suska - brooches « Frozen moments »

 

Hatara-project was fouded by Annea Lounatvuori & Christine Jalio in the spring of 2014. Their first exhibition was at the Munich Jewellery Week on march 2015 and the second of may at O galleria in Helsinki. The third exhibition was a part of the Munich Jewellery Week 2016 were Christine Jalio and Annea Mikaela participated together with Melina Lindroos, Wiebke Pandikow, Helmi Lindblom and Ginta Zabarovska.

Members:
Annea Lounatvuori
Christine Jalio
Ginta Zabarovska
Melina Lindroos
Helmi Lindblom
Wiebke Pandikow
Jelizaveta Suskaya

 

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03/02/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Rafael Luis ALVAREZ – KOSMOS en el Museo José Hernandez en Buenos Aires (Argentina) – 10 Fevr.-13 Mars 2017

Rafael Luis Alvarez (ARGENTINA)

COLECCIÓN KOSMOS,UNA COLECCION DE PINTURA, DIBUJOS, FOTOGRAFIA Y JOYERIA

Museo José Hernandez en Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Inauguracion Viernes 10 de febrero 2017 18:30 hs
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS, UNA COLECCION DE PINTURA, DIBUJOS, FOTOGRAFIAY JOYERIA:
El viernes 10 de febrero de 2017 a las 18.30 horas el Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández inaugura la exposición KOSMOS. Joyería, fotografía, dibujo y pintura.
Reconocido como uno de los más destacados orfebres contemporáneos de Argentina, Rafael Álvarez reflexiona acerca de lo sutil y contenedor, lo liviano y etéreo, la intuición, lo fantástico y la imaginación. El cosmos, un gran hueco que se crea a cada instante, nuestro espacio cercano que a cada minuto aparece y desaparece interpelado por sus límites.
Las obras surgen de una búsqueda artística subjetiva, conceptual y material con la intención de querer expresar en la joyería cualidades relacionadas a lo femenino. El metal entonces se presenta como demasiado rígido. La investigación lo lleva por los caminos de la pintura, el dibujo,  la fotografía y el video, y encuentra en el caucho las cualidades deseadas.
Kosmos es un  universo femenino. Gea, Ceres, Maya, Venus, Diana, Metis, Io y Hera son las mujeres que habitan este espacio. Representantes de una estirpe mitológica que al mirar el infinito no se nombran aunque están presentes.
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS –   collarRafael Alvarez – KOSMOS – necklace
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS –   collarRafael Alvarez - KOSMOS – necklace – detail
Rafael Alvarez - KOSMOSRafael Alvarez – KOSMOS
Rafael Alvarez - KOSMOSRafael Alvarez - KOSMOS

 

 

Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández
Av. del Libertador 2373 – CABA – Buenos Aires – Argentina
extensioncultural_hernandez@buenosaires.gob.ar
Téléphone : +54 11 4802-9967

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30/12/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jina SEO – Under the Layers … from STRANGENESS to BEAUTY

Actually studying  at VCUarts (Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts)
« Her practice explores the relationships between body, clothing, sexuality, fetish, and space. »
So continuously trying, again & again, constructing, de-constructing ….. how can it be done ? how can it be worn ? how can it be photographied ? ….
Jina Seo - Nose hair? Dirty toe nails?  - questions...Jina Seo - Nose hair? Dirty toe nails?  – questions…
Jina Seo - chain  "shabbaranks artintecture" - leather links? yes !  Jina Seo - chain  « shabbaranks artintecture » – leather links? yes ! 
Jina Seo Just some new thoughts ..... (about oct 2016) Jina Seo Just some new thoughts ….. 
Jina Seo -  Red❤️️ Can't go wrong !Jina Seo -  Red❤️️ Can’t go wrong !
CHI CA GO THE WINDY CITY: Jina Seo neckpiece (« Open It 1″  Necklace (2016) )
Jina Seo - "Under the Layers" collection - Inside Out  Necklace (2016)  Brass, leather, fake eyelashes, thread: Jina Seo - « Under the Layers » collection – « Inside Out »  Necklace (2016)  Brass, leather, fake eyelashes, thread

Jina Seo - "Under the Layers" collection - Growing Brooch (2016) Brass, leather, fake eyelashes, thread: Jina Seo - « Under the Layers » collection – Growing Brooch (2016) Brass, leather, fake eyelashes, thread

Jina Seo - "Under the Layers" collection -  Open It  Necklace (2016)  Brass, leather, fake eyelashes, thread - Trying to figure out some new ways to take photographs of my work. I am so used to the white background.. It's definitely a lot more darker and rougher.   (din sept 2016): Jina Seo – « Trying to figure out some new ways to take photographs of my work. I am so used to the white background.. It’s definitely a lot more darker and rougher. » -  »Under the Layers » collection -  « Open It »  Necklace (2016)  Brass, leather, fake eyelashes, thread

Jina Seo - neckpiece - Piece for TCJE. It's going to be shipped to the UK soon Jina Seo - neckpiece

Jina Seo - "Under the Layers" collection - "Open It 1"  Necklace (2016)  Brass, leather, beads, thread: Jina Seo - « Under the Layers » collection – « Open It 1″  Necklace (2016)  Brass, leather, beads, thread

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She just had an exhibition, Unexpected, since  NOV 24th 2016  at Craft Council of British Columbia‎ Gallery, 1386 Cartwright Street, Granville Island; Vancouver V6H 3R8 – An Exhibition by the Vancouver Metal Arts Association

Unexpected explores the strange and sometimes discordant elements that make the viewing, wearing, and making of Contemporary Jewellery an enjoyable endeavor.
The unexpected and Contemporary Art Jewellery are by no means strange bedfellows- viewers and wearers of Contemporary Jewellery often seek out our discipline because it is unusual and extra-ordinary. The unusual, and unusual elements and materials, have become de rigueur in a creative world that continues to embrace post-disciplinary art practices which move beyond medium centered approaches to making.
Participating artists: Lydia Buxton — Melissa Cameron — Bridget Catchpole — Barbara Cohen — Jennifer Crupi – Yoshie Hattori — Kyri Hinkleman — Holland Houdek — Karin Jones — Joshua Kosker — Matt Lambert — Andy Lowrie – Jacqueline Lung — Brooke Marks-Swanson –  Sharon Massey — Louise Perrone- – Lissy Selvius — Jina SeoAric Verrastro — Kari Woo — Lawrence Woodford.

UNEXPECTED - 2016(Bridget Catchpole “What a Tangle” neckpiece 2016, photo credit: Tanya King // Joshua Kosker « [re]embody » brooch)

 

Artist Statement
The extraordinary power of objects is obtained, because people believe in them. The more mundane the objects are, the more powerful they become. 
My practice contextualizes the primitive energy that is submerged beneath the layers of garments. When the body is removed, the absence becomes an empty structure. The internal structure is evidence of human existence. It remains full of authentic spirit and fantasy. 
Through the processes of deconstructing and reconstructing materials into symbolic forms, I uncover the hidden intimate and sensual power of humanity. It is a moment when ordinary objects become surreal and uncanny in order to redeem the socially constructed expectations and perceptions.

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her WEBSITE

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30/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Carlos SILVA – Tests and Experiments

Carlos SILVA

Expérimentation(s), expérimentation(s), & expérimentation(s) !!
D’ailleurs un de ses albums de photos s’intitule « Tests and Experiments » et on dirait que c’est vraiment ça son « leitmotiv », le « truc en plus », ce qui l’éclate ! le matière de prédilection, en tout cas celle autour de laquelle il tourne et retourne, c’est le bois …. le naturel …. auquel, petit à petit, il ajoute des « produits dénaturés » de la « civilisation » (plastiques, goudron, mousse synthétique pour déco, plâtre….)

Here are some « experiments », as an « appetizer » ! ;-)

Carlos Silva - bracelet - wood, silver leaf: Carlos Silva – bracelet – olive tree wood, silver leaf – 2014

« “A subject that is beautiful in itself gives no suggestion to the artist. It lacks imperfection.” – Oscar Wilde
In our daily lives we come across many elements that hold a hidden beauty. 
I feel I am rarely attracted by the immediate beauty of nature. It is in its minor flaws, irregularities and asymmetries I find true expression. 
 In my work I create jewelry that can translate this seemingly random nature. I use many organic shapes, and use techniques which allow me to replicate these unique shapes, their natural formations and imperfections, because therein lies their true beauty. »
Carlos Silva-  Projects - CASA - school project 2011-12 - necklace - wooden pegs: Carlos Silva-  Projects – CASA – school project 2011-12 – necklace – wooden pegs
PURE | Carlos Silva: Carlos Silva - PURE – 2014 · – Necklace – wood, plaster and cotton thread
Carlos Silva - necklace - olive wood, natural leather, nylon thread -    mai 2014 ·   Colar | Necklace  madeira de oliveira, cabedal natural e fio de nylon olive wood, natural leather and nylon thread: Carlos Silva – necklace – olive wood, natural leather, nylon thread -  2014
Carlos Silva  - Necklace  - Copper, stone and cotton thread 60X40X15 mm: Carlos Silva  – Necklace  – Copper, stone and cotton thread 60X40X15 mm
Carlos Silva -  2016-   'Frozen Fragments' Necklace - cork, plaster and cotton: Carlos Silva -  2016-   ‘Frozen Fragments’ Necklace – cork, plaster and cotton
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 Xmas 2016 - IngalleryBCNINRED
Jewelry Group Exhibition
Opening December, 12th
@ Ingallerybcn
C/ Penèdes, 3, Barcelona
Carlos Silva - ring shot noel 2016New exhibition INRED coming soon, stay tuned !!! ring shot !!!

 

 

 

 

*Studies : Curso de Joalharia no AR.CO Lisboa – Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual | Lisboa | Portugal de 2009 a 2013
*Board Member of PIN - Portuguese Association of Contemporary Jewelry
*AJF Ambassadorfor Portugal
*Collaborates with the Project Pavilion 31 of the Psychiatric Hospital Lisbon with the artists of Atelier CHPL Arts
*[be.de.lite@gmail.com]

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EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Anne DINAN – nostalgia …

Classé dans : Anne DINAN (US),COUP DE COEUR,DECOUVERTE,email / enamel,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,USA,VIDEO — bijoucontemporain @ 22:47

Anne DINAN

« (My) inspiration is nature and industry combined. What have we done? »

J’ai craqué pour le monde d’Anne Dinan -qui malgré son nom très français, nous vient des USA- il y a quelque temps, et je vous ai montré ses blancs …. au tour de ses bleus, qui m’enchantent !
Mais à part les couleurs, et peut-être plus que la couleur, l’émail cache -et dévoile, comme une photo en train de se développer- des mondes industriels « désuets » -je pense au château d’eau en métal empoussiéré du film « Bagdad Café »-,  des paysages industriels comme abandonnés, rouillés, témoins d’une Amérique empoussiérée, « from Vegas to no way » comme dit la chanson du film  …. des paysages, des visages, surgis du passé ….. séquence émotion ! (SURTOUT en écoutant « I‘m calling you » !!)

 

anne.dinan - vitreous enamel - 2014 - "Unknown Relatives" serie: Anne Dinan – vitreous enamel – 2014 – « Unknown Relatives » serie
« Unknown Relatives”  was based on a series of old portrait photographs found at a family farm in Michigan. Dinan created the 20-piece assemblage using kiln-fired vitreous enamel on copper from digital waterslide transfers »

Anne Dinan is a nationally recognized jewelry and visual artist who attended the School of Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston.
A resident of Exeter, N.H., Dinan has presented her unique and diverse pieces at a number of shows including Alchemy 3, the 2015 Enamelist Society touring exhibition at five New England galleries ; seasonal shows at the Button Factory in Portsmouth, N. H. and Pettengill Farm in Salisbury, Mass; and at
“Myths – Test Drive” in Germany at the 2016 Munich Jewellery Week show (SCHMUCK) .

Anne Dinan - nov. 2014 ·   Vitreous enamel with decalsAnne Dinan – nov. 2014 ·  Unknown Relatives -  Vitreous enamel with decals 

 anne.dinan - Handmade laser decals on vitreous enamel: Anne Dinan – Handmade laser decals on vitreous enamel

annedinan handmade decals kilnfired vitreousenamel   Anne Dinan handmade decals kilnfired vitreous enamel

anne dinan steel industrial vermont phototransfer  decals kilnfired torchfired: Anne Dinan steel industrial vermont phototransfer  decals kilnfired torchfired

Anne Dinan: Anne Dinan watertowers

annedinan enamel vitreousenamel handmade decals unknownrelatives pendants Anne Dinan   vitreous enamel handmade decals unknownrelatives pendants

« Dinan earned second place in the wall piece category of the 15th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition for “Unknown Relatives,” which was based on a series of old portrait photographs found at a family farm in Michigan. Dinan created the 20-piece assemblage using kiln-fired vitreous enamel on copper from digital waterslide transfers. The pieces were mounted on wood from an old wheelbarrow.
“Unknown Relatives” also was featured in “The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes (third edition) by Dublin artist and photographer Christopher James. Dinan’s work will also be featured at galleries in Munich, Germany and Paris.
She attended the Museum School of Art in Boston. » (The Enamelist Society’s 15th Biennial International Juried Exhibition and the 11th International Juried Student Enamel Exhibition at the League of NH Craftsmen, 49 S. Main St., Concord., jan 2016)
Image de prévisualisation YouTube

You want to BUY ? contact her at annemargaretdinan@gmail.com

 

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EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Alzbeta Dvorakova – Bon appétit bien sûr !

Alzbeta  Dvorakova

Every year the Marzee Graduate Prize is awarded to a selection of the most promising students. The quality of work this year 2016 has been exceptional and so we are delighted to announce a record number of prize winners – Among them :  Alžběta Dvořáková (MA) – AAAD (Acad. of Art, Architect. & Design), Prague, Czech Republic for her master work « the Secret space« .

I LOVED her « the Secret space » serie ! but I will present here a « lighter », « easier » and humourous serie I loved too ! In preparation for Xmas too much eatings ! ;-) : THE BIB

Alžběta Dvořáková,  - Na pokecání -  od roku 2011   papírový ubrousek, netkaná textilie, papír, nerezová ocel  foto: Alžběta Dvořáková, Tomáš Polák,:

THE BIB
« There is no day I wouldn´t get dirty. Never endless collection of bibs for public and private use, for men and women. I have started to like the topic of bibs and I am always returning to it. The inspiration comes from my own “akwardness“ and from “dirty” t-shirts in my cupboard.« 

Alžběta Dvořáková,  - THE BIB - from 2011 - paper tissue, nonwoven textile, paper, stainless steel  Alžběta Dvořáková,  – THE BIB – from 2011 – paper tissue, nonwoven textile, paper, stainless steel – Photo: Alžběta Dvořáková, Tomáš Polák
Alžběta Dvořáková,  - Na pokecání -  od roku 2011   papírový ubrousek, netkaná textilie, papír, nerezová ocel  foto: Alžběta Dvořáková, Tomáš Polák,: Alžběta Dvořáková,  – THE BIB - 2

Alžběta Dvořáková,  - THE BIB - 3 -  od roku 2011   papírový ubrousek, netkaná textilie, papír, nerezová ocel  foto: Alžběta Dvořáková, Tomáš Polák,: Alžběta Dvořáková,  – THE BIB – 3

Alžběta Dvořáková,  - THE BIB -4 -  od roku 2011   papírový ubrousek, netkaná textilie, papír, nerezová ocel  foto: Alžběta Dvořáková, Tomáš Polák,: Alžběta Dvořáková,  – THE BIB -4

 ET VOILà ! ;-)

Bon appétit bien sûr ! :-)

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Education
2013 – 2016   Academy of Art Architecture and Design in Prague (ADDD), Studio K.O.V. Concept – Object – Meaning, head of dept.: i.e. Eva Eisler
 2009 – 2013   Technical University in Liberec Jewelry and Glass Design, head of dept.: i.e. Ludmila Šikolová
 2005 – 2009   Higher School of Applied Arts and the Secondary School of Aplied Arts, Prague, Design of toys and game items

Competitions
 2016 Marzee International Graduate Prize 2016, Gallery Marzee, Nijmegen, Holand
2016 Talent Design 2016, Zlín, 2 Price in fashion design, Czech Republic
2012 Master of Crystal competition, Preciosa a.s., Jablonec nad Nisou, Award of Czech Glass Society
2011 Master of Crystal competition, Preciosa a.s., Jablonec nad Nisou, 2 Price in Figures – jewellery, figures a decorations, Czech Republic

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28/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Emilie Dell’Aniello et le changement …

Emilie Dell’Aniello

découverte, from l’École de joaillerie de Montréal

Du fait de sa « jeunesse en bijouterie » on sent encore un certain « tâtonnement », des essais de matières, de formes …. mais le style est fort …..  la galerie Noel Guyomarc’h ne s’y trompe pas, qui la présente à son « LABO ». Que de la bonne promesse !!! :-)

 EMD Joaillière collier  présenté à la guilde Canadienne des métiers d'art pour l'exposition Néon du 5 novembre au 5 décembre 2015: EMD Joaillière collier  présenté à la guilde Canadienne des métiers d’art pour l’exposition Néon du 5 novembre au 5 décembre 2015

« Je voyage beaucoup depuis le début des années 2000. J’apprends à faire confiance à mon instinct et à me laisser imprégner par mon environnement. Je débute des études de joaillerie en 2010 puisque j’apprécie ce genre d’objets portables qui décorent le corps et qui suivent les mouvements. Au commencement de cet apprentissage, le métal me semblait une matière difficile à contrôler. Avec les années de formation, j’apprends à rendre docile la matière rigide.Il se reflète dans mes pièces ma façon instinctive et viscérale de créer : l’imperfection des formes aléatoires. En 2014, je m’inscrit à l’université Concordia en céramique et en construction textile afin de découvrir d’autres matériaux de travail pouvant être associés aux bijoux que je crée. »

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Tisserandes" (conjugaisons) - collier, coton: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello – « Tisserandes » (conjugaisons) – collier, coton 2014

« La transformation guide mon processus créateur ; une matière brute qui se transforme en un élément complexe ; l’évolution des composantes (matériaux) imbriquées à celle des émotions. L’homme change, la matière aussi.
Longtemps, je cherchai mon mode d’expression, je découvris mon confort dans l’imparfait, une zone en constant changement. C’est pourquoi je reproduis des formes simples accompagnées de textures et d’imperfections qui évoluent au fil de créations brutes et imprécises.
Conceptualiser une idée, chercher la raison d’être d’un projet, passer une idée à travers une matière ; voilà où naît la réflexion dans laquelle sont créées mes pièces. Je me dois de transmettre une information à travers un processus de transformation. L’émotion mue par le désir de comprendre ce processus. »

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - Collection Sur le fil   (petites séries)  Collection Sur le fil  Collier, Argent 925/ Bague, Argent 925 / Bracelet,  Argent 925.: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - Collection Sur le fil  (petites séries) – Argent 925

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Darwin"  Broche. Argent 925, cuivre patiné, or 18K. - Photo : Oriane Meyer-: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - « Darwin »  Broche – pièces uniques – Argent 925, cuivre patiné, or 18K. – Photo : Oriane Meyer

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - Nation  Bracelet. Cuivre plaqué palladium & rhodium, argent 925, encre sur acétate, zircon cubique, goudron.: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello – « Nation »  Bracelet. Cuivre plaqué palladium & rhodium, argent 925, encre sur acétate, zircon cubique, goudron

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Nation"  Bracelet. (autre "face")EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - « Nation »  Bracelet. (autre « face »)

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Conjugaison" -  Architecte  Collier. Faillence, laiton, coton.: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello – (« Conjugaisons ») -  Collier « Architecte » – Fayence, laiton, coton

Emilie Dell’Aniello Brooch: Printemps, 2015 Brass, epoxy, acrylic paint,cotton thread 8 x 2.7 x 1.7 cm Photo by: Anthony McLean: Emilie Dell’Aniello Brooch: Printemps, 2015 Brass, epoxy, acrylic paint,cotton thread 8 x 2.7 x 1.7 cm Photo by: Anthony McLean (EXPO « Le LABO » 2015 ; Gal. Noel Guyomarch)

EMD Joaillière Le petit dernier!  septembre 2015,  Cette collection est présentement et jusqu'au 18 octobre à la galerie Noel Guyomarc'h.: EMD Joaillière – collier – Cette collection est  jusqu’au 18 octobre 2015 à la galerie Noel Guyomarc’h  (EXPO « Le LABO » 2015 ; Gal. Noel Guyomarch)

Émilie Dell'Aniello - Materia présente la 3e édition de l’exposition collective Le Labo nouvelles propositions du bijou de création au Québec en collaboration avec la Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h jusqu’au 25 décembre 2016.: Émilie Dell’Aniello – collier –
présenté à Materia, à la 3e édition de l’exposition collective « Le Labo nouvelles propositions du bijou de création au Québec » en collaboration avec la Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h jusqu’au 25 décembre 2016

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22/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Tal EFRAIM – TREASURES from Shenkar

Tal Efraim

Discovered when the Final Project Presentation 2016 at Shenkar

« Tal Efraim is a graduate of Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art. Currently living and working from Israel, her work is driven out of her sketchbook, where she documents the world around her, creating a « dictionary » of design possibilities. Her work is made of gold, silver, porcelain and a variety of gemstones. » (Klimt02)

« My pieces are a translation of how I view the world, especially the many details that I take note of. By exposing my work, I feel as if I can share my perspective with others. When my pieces are purchased it is a great honor, as well as helps me explore the definition of what wearable art is all about. / Tal Mohr »

Tal Barash Efraim - Final Project Presentation 2016 at ShenkarTal Efraim – Final Project Presentation 2016 at Shenkar – neckpiece

Shenkar 2016 - Tal Barash Efraim - Final Project Presentation Tal fraimShenkar 2016 – Final Project Presentation  - neckpiece

Tal Barash Efraim - closeup of my my design  Tal Efraim - closeup of my my design 

 Tal Barash Efraim - Jewelry Design Dept. Shenkar  juillet 2016  - brooch Tal Efraim - Jewelry Design Dept. Shenkar  juillet 2016  – brooch

Tal Efraim, Brooch: Heart, 2016, Fine Silver, 925 silver, porcelain, pearls, 9.5 x 9.5 x 1 cm  From series: Connectionary. Photo by: Ilan Besor Tal Efraim –   Brooch: Heart, 2016, Fine Silver, 925 silver, porcelain, pearls, 9.5 x 9.5 x 1 cm  From series: Connectionary. Photo by: Ilan Besor
« What piece or work has given you the most satisfaction? « As part of my collection Connectionary, I designed a broche titled Heart. It captures my aesthetical view of what jewellery art is all about; having a great amount of details, being made of a variety of materials, and yet still consisting of an overall look that is very clean. »

«  By documenting details such as day-to-day mechanical joints, swivels, hinges and physical connections of objects in my sketchbook, I create my own private alphabet, which will later be transformed into the language of my designs.
My pieces are all one of a kind – whilst I can make to order any piece several times, each will be a little different due to the nature of handwork and craft.« 

 

Tal Efraim interviewed by Klimt02

(when you discover that « your discovery », « your « coup de coeur »" is not anymore (yet !!) « yours ….. :-( & :-) )

 

* 2017 Exhibition  06-15 Oct 2017  XI Florence Biennale of Art.  Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy
* Education:
2012-2016 Jewelery Design BA, Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art, Ramat Gan, Israel
2007 Design & Technology Major, Masada College, Sydney, Australia
* Group Exhibitions:
2016 Glasses Design Exhibition in Opticana Glasses Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
2016 Graduate Show Exhibition, Shenkar, Ramat-Gan, Israel 
* Grants, Awards and Residences:
2015 H. Stern excellence award in Jewelry Design for high achievements, Shenkar College

 

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20/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Yafit Ben Meshulam – fil rouge à suivre …..

 Yafit Ben Meshulam

Decouverte à Joya 2016,  de suite elle fut pour moi les «bijoux du Petit Poucet» …  avec son « Yoshi lapel pins set » …. ;-)

De la céramique, matte, blanche et douce et lisse, et des éléments textiles, comme de petits encarts moelleux, brodés de fils rouges aux motifs « ethniques », appartenant au folklore mondial, qui rappellent …. un « déjà-vu », un « déjà connu », vous savez, la « blouse roumaine », la « nappe de mamy », les serviettes brodées de « tante Ursule » ….. ces broderies faites au fil rouge, le fil rouge du souvenir …. Ce sont ces creux, remplis de « tendre » -ou pas-  qu’elle appelle ses « lacuna » (du nom de sa marque, « Lacuna jewellery« ) : un « creux », « a space between elements« , où s’engouffre le souvenir …. et elle re- »tisse » la mémoire, avec ses techniques à elle, re-coud, re-lie, re-crée … pour sa dernière collection, « Appear & Disappear collection »

Et, bien sûr, elle a « fait » Shenkar, la fameuse école ……

Yafit Ben Meshulam - "les bijoux du Petit Poucet" ...... (in fact "YOSHI lapel pin set"  lapel pins for men & women. Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic & Resin -  925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric -  Lapel pin size: 0.4 inch / 1 cm )   Yafit Ben Meshulam - « les bijoux du Petit Poucet » …… (in fact « YOSHI lapel pin set »  lapel pins for men & women. Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic & Resin -  925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric -  Lapel pin size: 0.4 inch / 1 cm )

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - YOSHI lapel pin set  -   925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric - Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic and Resin: Yafit Ben Meshulam – YOSHI lapel pin set  (worn) -   925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric – Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic and Resin

« Does technology affect the value of design, whether handcrafted or machine-made? And can we tell the difference now with the boundaries becoming blurred ? The collection started with very soft and organic jewellery that expresses birth and the creation of something new. To these emotional shapes I added a strong metal outline to symbolise the overpowering force of new technologies on crafts.« 

 Yafit Ben Meshulam/Lacuna jewellery - Bubbles Industrial memory / 2015 Plaster, fabric, Stainless Steel, Silver - white brooch  embroidery red thread, 3dprinting, laboratory  - cocoon organism: Yafit Ben Meshulam/Lacuna jewellery- Bubbles Industrial memory / 2015 – white brooch, embroidery, red thread, 3dprinting - Plaster, fabric, Stainless Steel, Silver

Yafit Ben Meshulam  Back & forward brooch  newcollection whitejewelry lacuna red  eramics: Yafit Ben Meshulam  - Back & forward brooch  new collection  red  eramics

 « LACUNA is a space between elementsA quiet elongation between one musical note to the next – A gap in the text that leaves room for imagination  –          I’d like to invite you into a world of intrigue and imagination. In this world, I see my jewels as unique 3D objects, each containing the shell of an element that once existed … and now in its place, the lacuna – just a memory of what once was.   The unique shapes of my designs were formed as if I removed a “frozen moment” froma step in the design process. Space remains between the material that originally was and the shape that came to be. With your imagination, this space allows a glimpse into the elements that were whisked away and hidden during this intriguing “frozen moment”.  In each collection I use a variety of techniques and technologies, which give expression to the concept of my designs.  I meticulously add textures, colors and finishes to the 3d prints and casted jewelry, so that the surface and interior spaces are decorated by the small details.   My name is Yafit Ben Meshulam. I’m a jewelry designer, maker and metal smith working and living in  Tel Aviv, Israel. I earned a B.DES degree in jewelry design from the distinguished Shenkar College of engineering and design in Tel Aviv.  Thanks for letting me share my passion with you « 

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - at JOYA 2016 -  RIKU NECKLACE  $195 - Contemporary pendant necklace, made of red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic pendant that moves gently like scales.  * Materials /  Red rope chain, Ceramic ,fabric, Alpaka, Sterling Silver - Pendant size: 2.5x2.5 inch / 6x6 cm - Chain length 28 inch, no bracket: Yafit Ben Meshulam – at JOYA 2016 -  « Riku » necklace -  red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic pendant that moves gently like scales -  Red rope chain, Ceramic ,fabric, Alpaka, Sterling Silver – Pendant size: 2.5×2.5 inch

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - brooch - at JOYA 2016: Yafit Ben Meshulam – brooch – at JOYA 2016

 Yafit Ben Meshulam -   necklace  - at JOYA 2016: Yafit Ben Meshulam -   necklace  – at JOYA 2016 - Ceramic, Coral, Fabric, silver, stainless steel ….

Yafit Ben Meshulam - Kotaro necklace - Ten ceramic links and tow ceramic pieces with red embroidery engraving and Coral beads.  * Materials /   Ceramic, Coral  * Chain length 28 inch, no bracket  * Finish / Matte ceramic, shiny red resin Kotaro necklace - detail - Matte ceramic, shiny red resin
Yafit Ben Meshulam – « Kotaro » necklace – Ten ceramic links and tow ceramic pieces with red embroidery engraving and Coral beads.  -  Ceramic, Coral  -Chain length 28 inch – Finish / Matte ceramic, shiny red resin
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Yafit Ben Meshulam  – from embroidery red ethnic pattern ….. to … working on new pattern… pattern embroidery  sketch  dots
« Does jewelry within a specific collection have to be similar to one another? Further, is it possible to create an eclectic collection b ased on the same fundamental principles, or in other words D.N.A., of the jewelry’s design elements?
In creating a collection, designers sometimes realize upon reviewing their work that his or her project has another connection that wasn’t consciously created. In this project I decided to make this unknown, secondary connection the leading topic of my collection.
Throughout my process, every item b egan as an intuitive idea which was formulated independently into its correct form b ased on the materials and technology used. The connection between the items is revealed in the end; when all the pieces appear together. In my case, the connection that was discovered was measurements. Each piece emphasizes measurement in different ways; and together they appear as eclectic collection.
However, the result of this semi-blind process brings to the forefront an age old question: What makes a collection cohesive; is it materials? technology? shape? or is it the hand of the designer which gives a collection unity? »

 

 

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