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08/06/2016

COUP de COEUR / DECOUVERTE : Lucia Mishquila Brichta

Coup de COEUR ? je dirais presque un coup de SANG …. « ce qui nous unit c’est le sang »

Sangre – Collares en papel vegetal y Tinta de Lucia Mishquila Brichta

¿Qué nos une?
Nos une la SANGRE
Doscientos años de historia que fueron pasando de generación en generación. Desde entonces han cambiado nuestras viviendas, forma de vestirnos y expresarnos, forma de alimentarnos y ritmos de vida.
Todo pareciera ser distinto… pero como dice mi abuela ¨la sangre no es agua¨.
Nuestra herencia es totalmente inmaterial, no está en una foto, ni en un objeto, ni siquiera en el recuerdo…
En homenaje a mis antepasados creo esta serie de piezas tituladas ¨SANGRE QUE GUARDA HISTORIAS DE OTRA SANGRE¨. mars 2013

Lucía Mishquila Brichta -  Sangre - Collares en papel vegetal y Tinta ¿Qué nos une? Nos une la SANGRE -Lucía Mishquila Brichta -  Sangre – Collares en papel vegetal y Tinta ¿Qué nos une? Nos une la SANGRE (collar AMASANGRE003)

pagina en Joyeros Argentinos
« La naturaleza y lo femenino como un diálogo constante entre la mirada exterior y la visión interior.
El poder de la acción curativa. la acción como un ritual cotidiano en la búsqueda de belleza y equilibrio. Un trabajo concretado entre el ojo y la mano, entre mi mente y mi corazón juntos.
Silencio profundo, misterioso, placentero. Quiero tocarlo, sentirlo, comprenderlo. Pero otra vez vuelve a moverse. »

AMASANGRE001 -  Sangre - Collares en papel vegetal y Tinta ¿Qué nos une? Nos une la SANGRE -  Lucía Mishquila Brichta: Lucía Mishquila Brichta – AMASANGRE001 -  Sangre – Collares en papel vegetal y Tinta ¿Qué nos une? Nos une la SANGRE

 Lucía Mishquila Brichta - AMASANGRE002   Lucía Mishquila Brichta – AMASANGRE002

Lucía Mishquila Brichta - AMASANGREDETALLE002 - : Sangre - Collar - detalle Lucía Mishquila Brichta – AMASANGREDETALLE002 – : Sangre – Collar – detalle

Lucía Mishquila Brichta - AMASANGRE003  Lucía Mishquila Brichta – AMASANGRE003 

Lucía Mishquila Brichta - AMASANGREDETALLE001 - : Sangre - Collar detalle: Lucía Mishquila Brichta – AMASANGREDETALLE001 – : Sangre – Collar detalle

 

Lucía Mishquila Brichta nace en noviembre de 1985 en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
Luego de su paso por la carrera de Diseño Industrial en la UBA comienza a profundizar en el estudio de la joyería contemporánea participando de talleres como los de Jorge Castañón y Fabiana Gadano . En estos últimos años, y para nutrir su trabajo como artista desde una perspectiva más amplia participa de espacios de taller y clínica de arte contemporáneo con artistas y joyeros nacionales e internacionales como Francisca Kweitel, Viviana Blanco, Fabiana Barreda, Nelli Tanner y Gemma Drapper.
Ha expuesto trabajos de joyería de forma colectiva en galerías nacionales como Arte y Parte, Museo de la Mujer, Museo José Hernández, Luna Park, Centro de Exposiciones Municipales, FNA, Panal 361. Como también en galerías de México dentro del Simposio Área Gris junto al grupo “Joyeros Argentinos”, en Santiago de Chile en el Centro Cultural Alto las Condes con el grupo Conjunción y Laca Japonesa, y en Barcelona en la exposición colectiva “Sur o no Sur” dentro del circuito de JOYA BARCELONA 2014.
Actualmente tiene su propio taller en Panal 361 en donde dicta clases de joyería y trabaja en sus proyectos personales.

Manifiesto
« Trabajar con mis manos me conecta con mis emociones más profundas. El contacto es la vía más directa a mi corazón.
Algo de la naturaleza humana brota de ese encuentro, en el que me remonto a mi origen. Un origen de montaña, de semilla, de piedra, de ritual que me sana. 
Intuitivamente exploro el material; me acerco a una forma que entre el tiempo, la mirada de los otros y la propia va adquiriendo significado. 
Silencio profundo, misterioso, placentero. Quiero tocarlo, sentirlo, comprenderlo. Pero otra vez vuelve a moverse. »

 

20/02/2016

Selected 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Jelizaveta SUSKA

Jelizaveta Suska

…… a Frozen moment  (2015) ….

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

« I made my bachelors in Art Academy of Latvia where I learned classical techniques and fine art disciplines. In 2015 I graduated from HDK, Gothenburg with my Master project. I have also held my education in HAWK, Hildesheim, Germany and Hiko Mizuno College of jewelry, Tokyo, Japan. »

Jelizaveta Suska  -Brooch, Made out of original material that combines polymer and hand crushed marble. Metal support details are crafted in titanium, 14K gold and sterling silver that are plated with 24K gold. Jelizaveta Suska  -Brooch, Made out of original material that combines polymer and hand crushed marble. Metal support details are crafted in titanium, 14K gold and sterling silver that are plated with 24K gold.

FROZEN MOMENTS« In this project, I am aiming to create pieces that would express solitude and moments of happiness.
I used, as a starting point, idea of a silent moment. What is a moment? For me it is incarnated in a stone, landscapes and blur. I use a polymer material and cover it with crushed marble. Silence is light and transparent like the material I use. The unique combination of these two components creates the illusion of a solid stone.
I question traditional approaches and instead of valuable jewels I celebrate the idea behind the material.  For the rear of the brooches and other supporting details of the jewellery I use valuable metals like gold, gold plated silver and titanium.
My idea is to show beauty of a moment in a landscape or stone-like abstract figures crafted in to brooches.
To make this project I crafted more than 200 hundred pieces. I selected 21 and made theminto jewelry. »

« You have probably heard of the fairytale Thumbelina written by Hans Christian Andersen. When I was a child I imagined myself being as tiny as her; the gigantic world seemed to me to be more beautiful and full of tempting adventures. I still think that, sometimes.
It’s striking where our imagination can take us. When I work on my jewelry I aim to be a demiurge, to create my own new world. At times, I craft my works so that if I were to become tiny and drop onto my jewelry, I would see a marvelous landscape. Such associations, are for me a vessel that transfer ideas to the material. »

Jelizaveta Suska. Frozen Moment. Polymer material, crumbled marble, gold 14K, titanium. Brooch: Jelizaveta Suska - Brooch – Frozen Moment. Polymer material, crumbled marble, gold 14K, titanium. 

Jelizaveta Suska. Frozen Moment.Polymer material, crumbled marble, gold plated silver, titanium. Brooch: Jelizaveta Suska -  Brooch – Frozen Moment.Polymer material, crumbled marble, gold plated silver, titanium.

Jelizaveta Suska. Frozen Moment. Polymer material, crumbled marble, 14K gold, plated with 24K gold. Brooch.: Jelizaveta Suska. Frozen Moment. Polymer material, crumbled marble, 14K gold, plated with 24K gold. Brooch

Jelizaveta Suska. Polymer material, magma, gold plated silver, crumbled black marble. Brooch: Jelizaveta Suska. Polymer material, magma, gold plated silver, crumbled black marble. Brooch

Jelizaveta Suska. Frozen Moment.  Brooch:Jelizaveta Suska. Frozen Moment.  Brooch (back)

 

Interview with Jelizaveta Suska" Frozen moments "  Jelizaveta Suskaja - Master degree exhibition in HDK, Gothenburg, Sweden« Frozen moments »  Jelizaveta Suskaja – Master degree exhibition in HDK, Gothenburg, Sweden

Jelizaveta Suska  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.

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16/02/2016

Selected 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Josephine Winther

Classé dans : Danemark (DK),DECOUVERTE,Josephine WINTHER (DK),SCHMUCK (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:08

Josephine Winther

Head of Accessory Design School Kolding , DK

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

Toujours des « petites choses », très légères, très aériennes, très poétiques, toujours accrochées, « pendant(e)s » …. avec toute une recherche « de sens » -basée sur les sens justement- qui leur donne néanmoins une présence certaine …….

Josephine Winther  Containment   Here the concept of containment means to enclose and to internalize, both in the physical sense but also as a conceptual idea of a space.: Josephine Winther – Containment – 2011 
« Here the concept of containment means to enclose and to internalize, both in the physical sense but also as a conceptual idea of a space.  The inspiration for the jewellery came from a girl I know. She was adopted from India at the age of seven and, in the first period after her arrival in Denmark, she would only wear clothes with pockets in them.  I found it thought-provoking that she should display her need for a personal space,a personal container,in this way and was intriqued by the fact that pockets could, to some extent, provide a solution for this need.  This led me to consider whether a need exists for a personal space which can be worn or carried on the body and whether this space can function as a mental refuge/sanctuary.
The jewellery contains a space* designed to be a “path” to (inner) calm and tranquillity – a space for meditation.
* space, enclosed space/compartment/chamber » Josephine Winther  Containment    Josephine Winther  Containment

josephine Winther (DK) - April 2014 - "Alula" - 4 pieces at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2014 by Josephine Winther -  photographer Dorte Krogh: Josephine Winther  – April 2014 – « Alula » – bronze – 4 pieces at Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition 2014 -  photo Dorte Krogh: From the Coolest Corner: Nordic Jewellery.  --Josephine Winther Necklaces: Ding, 2011 45 bells, bronze, silver, gold, copper, porcelain, amber, agate: Josephine Winther Necklaces: Ding, 2011 – 45 bells, bronze, silver, gold, copper, porcelain, amber, agate (« From the Coolest Corner: Nordic Jewellery » exhibition 2015)

Josephine Winther - "ding" 2011 -  Bell necklaces in various metal alloys. Photographer Jeppe Gudmundsen Danish Crafts Collection 15: Josephine Winther – « ding » 2011 -  Bell necklaces in various metal alloys. Photographer Jeppe Gudmundsen

Josephine Winther, resonans  2011Josephine Winther, resonans  2011
  »Being touched by something is generating emotions, and these emotions are really a mixture of thoughts, bodily sensations and feelings. So the senses are part of emotions and sound is a very profound sensation as sound waves are felt different places in the body and they do generate sensations around the body if we pay attention to them.
I have tried to let a group of people listen carefully to the same sound an A from a tuning fork, and from that sound imagine, fell and construct a 3D figure in clay.  Each person was given the same amount of clay (2.4 gr)
Each 3D figure was then dipped in wax and cast in bronze, and the outcome was 51 sound objects/bells.
So the sound of a tuning fork was passed through the sense of hearing, through the imagination and onto the sense of touchingIn a way each person touched a sound while creating one, and later each person was happy to listen to their sound object/bell sound. I am not sure if they were touched by the sound, but I was touched by the experience of handing the sound back to each person.  And eventhough they all come from the same sound and process none of them sounds alike.« 

Josephine Winther - Rubyfruits from Jewellerybox - Smykkeskrinet.  Photographer: Dorthe Krogh: Josephine Winther – Rubyfruits from Jewellerybox – Smykkeskrinet.  Photographer: Dorthe Krogh

 

Josephine Winther trained as a goldsmith in 1988-92 she later continued her studies at the Danish College for Jewellery and Silversmithing, graduating in 1999. In 2010 she took a master’s degree in Jewellery at the Royal College of Art in London. The Danish Arts Foundation and Design museum Denmark have purchased her works. And her work is in the Royal College of Art collection of Jewellery and Hollowware. (DanishCrafts)

15/02/2016

Selected 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Marie-Louise Kristensen

Classé dans : Danemark (DK),DECOUVERTE,Marie-Louise KRISTENSEN (DK),SCHMUCK (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:21

 … Have a seat with Marie-Louise Kristensen  

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

Skt. Loye Prisen 2012 MARIE LOUISE KRISTENSEN-DK: Marie-Louise Kristensen 2012

« cultural heritage under a magnifying glass » (about) – « Marie-Louise Kristensen has  been inspired by everyday objects. With an ironic subtitle …. most of  Danmark’s visitors will recognise from the streets of Copenhagen. » –

She is said to be a « storyteller » : « It’s not at all important to me that everyone gets the story right. Making storytelling jewelry is, for me, not telling a story one to one. It’s more like a three-dimensional puzzle where I can work in different layers, on different platforms, using the scale, the materials, the placement, the jewelry tradition, symbols, the title, and with a lot of work and a touch of magic, it all adds up into a finished piece. And then, the viewer might feel a connection, maybe sense the layers of complexity, and maybe feel entertained or amused.  » (AJF interview)

Marie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch Marie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch « CPH park bench » 2011 – brass, wood

Marie-Louise Kristensen - BroochMarie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch « a chair ? Y ? » 2012 – wood, plated brass, thread

Marie-Louise Kristensen - "coffee chain" - 2012 brooch - gold, silver, wood: Marie-Louise Kristensen - « coffee chain » – 2012 brooch – gold, silver, wood

Marie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch 2012 - part of an antique Chinese bracelet - silver, wood, leather, porcelainMarie-Louise Kristensen – Brooch 2012 – part of an antique Chinese bracelet – silver, wood, leather, porcelain

  …… or her silhouettes brooches, that make me so laugh ?!! it’s SO « that’s it !!! »

Marie-Louise Kristensen - from "Bangko[k]ilection" 2013 serie - "From Russia with love" brooch - 2013 silver, enamel: Marie-Louise Kristensen – from « Bangko[k]ilection » 2013 serie – « From Russia with love » brooch – 2013 silver, enamel

Marie-Louise Kristensen - from "Bangko[k]ilection" 2013 serie - "Frau von Vielfub" 2013 brooch - silver, enamel: Marie-Louise Kristensen – from « Bangko[k]ilection » 2013 serie – « Frau von Vielfub » 2013 brooch – silver, enamel

and the BEST one for the end !

Marie-Louise Kristensen - from "Bangko[k]ilection" 2013 serie -  "Finest quality" 2013 brooch silver, enamel: Marie-Louise Kristensen – from « Bangko[k]ilection » 2013 serie -  « Finest quality » 2013 brooch silver, enamel

 

04/02/2016

Selected 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Moniek Schrijer

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,DECOUVERTE,Moniek SCHRIJER (NZ),SCHMUCK (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:04

Moniek Schrijer  … et rester cloué ! d’abord par ses « nails pendants », puis par la variété et surtout, la force, la présence brute de ses bijoux

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

Moniek Schrijer - pendant / nail, silver, flouride / 2012: Moniek Schrijer – pendant / nail, silver, flouride / 2012

Moniek Schrijer‘s practice has been said to push jewellery into an intoxicating new realm, combining elements of sculpture and printmaking, Moniek create’s bold and unique work with a strong focus on experimentation and process, her primary interests being the transformative potential of materials,,,,,,giving the viewer the power of the alchemist. Moniek has exhibited her jewellery widely, and has work in public and private collections.

Education/Artist Training
2013: Graduate Diploma of Applied Art, Jewellery and Printmaking, Whitireia NZ
2011-12: Bachelor of Applied Art, Contemporary Jewellery, Whitireia NZ Faculty of Arts
2008-14: The Heavy Metal Foundry, Wellington, New Zealand
2007: Manufacturing Jewellery Certificate, The Open Polytechnic, New Zealand
2004: Diploma in Jewellery Design – Whitireia NZ Faculty of Arts

Awards/Residences
2015: Francoise van den Bosch, Studio Rian de Jong Artist in Residence
2013: Highly Commended Award, ECC NZ Craft & Design Awards
2013: Whitireia New Zealand, Toi Poneke Artist in Residence
2013: Fingers Gallery, Graduate Award
2013: Masterworks Gallery, Jewellery Box Showcase Award
2012: Atelier Ted Noten’s Selected Featured Artist for JEMposium

2015: The Ring Show, The National, Christchurch, NZ
2015: The Chain, Masterworks Gallery, Auckland, NZ
2015: Wunderruma, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand
2015: Pearl, Masterworks Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
2015: The Bold and the Beautiful, The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt, New Zealand
2014: Talente, Munich, Germany
2013: Marzee Graduation Show, Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

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Moniek Schrijer: Moniek Schrijer - Untitled, 2011-12, pendants, iron nails, sterling silver, natural minerals, various sizes, photo: Moniek Schrijer – (Whitireia 2012 BA degree)

Moniek Schrijer: Moniek Schrijer -pendants 2012 – pendants, iron nails, sterling silver, natural minerals, various sizes

Moniek Schrijer - Mal di Luna (Moon Sickness), 2012, neckpiece, clay, enamel, shellac, glass, electrical cord, 15 x 12 x 1 inches, photo: Moniek Schrijer - Whitireia 2012 BA degree: Moniek Schrijer - Mal di Luna (Moon Sickness), 2012, neckpiece, clay, enamel, shellac, glass, electrical cord, 15 x 12 x 1 inches, photo: Moniek Schrijer – (Whitireia 2012 BA degree)

Moniek Schrijer - diskette / pendant / aluminium, brass, enamel / 2013: Moniek Schrijer – diskette / pendant / aluminium, brass, enamel / 2013

Moniek Schrijer - wakame radiation / necklace / Japanese seed beads, chinese nephrite, pounamu, dyed turquoise, labradoite, glass bottle / 2013: Moniek Schrijer - wakame radiation / necklace / Japanese seed beads, chinese nephrite, pounamu, dyed turquoise, labradoite, glass bottle / 2013 Moniek Schrijer - neckpiece / Concrete, steel, clay, clamshell, glass, silver plaited forks, paint / 2012: Moniek Schrijer – neckpiece / Concrete, steel, clay, clamshell, glass, silver plaited forks, paint / 2012 (Whitireia 2012 BA degree )

Moniek Schrijer - bracelet / Rimu, enamel, ink, brass screws, topaz, synthetic sapphire, / 2012: Moniek Schrijer – bracelet / Rimu, enamel, ink, brass screws, topaz, synthetic sapphire, / 2012

Moniek Schrijer - brooch / rimu, glass, pearl, pyrite, copper, paint / 2012: Moniek Schrijer – brooch / rimu, glass, pearl, pyrite, copper, paint / 2012

30/01/2016

Decouverte / COUP de COEUR : Andra Lupu

Classé dans : Andra LUPU (RO),brooches,COUP DE COEUR,DECOUVERTE,Roumanie (RO) — bijoucontemporain @ 21:08

Andra Lupu – crushed with a zest of pinky !

http://www.andralupu.com/

« Andra Lupu is a contemporary jewelry designer. She has gratuated the University of Arts and Design, Cluj-Napoca, Romania whit a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Design. She is working with metal: silver, gold, copper and brass combined with gemstones, wood and plastic. In 2012, she atended a workshop organized by Lucia Masei, about “Pigments on metal”, at Alchimia , School of contemporary Jewelry, Florence, Italy. She likes experimenting when it comes to her work, considering jewelry a continuous game of different materials, textures and formal contrasts, being mostly intrigued by the interaction between the jewelry and the wearer. « I think I like to create rings because of the dynamic relashionship between the piece itself and the worn surface. I like to watch the audience’ reaction reagarding my creations. It is not the inherent value of the jewelry that I emphasize, rather its capacity of innovation and experiment. » » (Notjustalabel)

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paintAndra Lupu – brooch, 925 silver, pink paint

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paintAndra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paint

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paintAndra Lupu – brooch, 925 silver, pink paint

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paintAndra Lupu – brooch, 925 silver, pink paint (detail)

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paintAndra Lupu – brooch, 925 silver, pink paint

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paintAndra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paint

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paintAndra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, pink paint

« The « Crushed » (collection) is what you feel when something beautiful is ending, crushed is how you feel when you lose someone dear… But every ending is a new beginning, it’s up to you how you start over, or whether if you take the good or the bad of every experience.
In my new collection, i use thin layers of « crushed » melted silver, to create a jewellery as a metaphor to the fragility of life, relationships, feelings… »
 Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, "Crushed" collectionAndra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, « Crushed » collection

Andra Lupu - brooch, 925 silver, garnet - crushed collectionAndra Lupu – brooch, 925 silver, garnet – crushed collection 2015

Andra Lupu - avril 2015 ·    ring - 925 silver - crushed collection: Andra Lupu -  2015-    ring – 925 silver – crushed collection

Selection 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Jana Machatova

Jana Machatova « Where are you from? »

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

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« In my new collection, ‘Where are you from?’, I continue working with memories. I tried to show my experience with the political system and social situation from my childhood. Formal kisses between politicians without love, children in political organisations, unified living… this all has left imprints on our personalities. I tried to set traditional ornament, the beauty of a kiss and the cuteness of cookie cutters in contrast to the terrible period and symbols of communism. These jewellery pieces should not be body decorations. They are meant to be a memento, an expression of opinion. »

Jana Machatova Brooch: Pionieren, 2014 Plexiglass, silver, gold foil 6.5 x 10 x 1 cm From collection - 'Where are you from?' http://www.machmach.sk/: Jana Machatova Brooch: Pionieren, 2014 Plexiglass, silver, gold foil 6.5 x 10 x 1 cm From collection – ‘Where are you from?’ http://www.machmach.sk/:

Jana Machatova Brooch: Honour and Praise..., 2014 Plexiglass, silver, paper in laminated plastic, gold foil From collection - 'Where are you from?': Jana Machatova Brooch: Honour and Praise…, 2014 Plexiglass, silver, paper in laminated plastic, gold foil From collection ‘Where are you from?’

Jana Machatova Brooch: Where are you from?, 2014 Plexiglass, silver, paper in laminated plastic, gold foil 11 x 10 x 1.5 cm From collection - 'Where are you from?': Jana Machatova Brooch: Where are you from?, 2014 Plexiglass, silver, paper in laminated plastic, gold foil 11 x 10 x 1.5 cm From collection  ‘Where are you from?’

23/01/2016

COUP de COEUR / DECOUVERTE – Caroline Bäckman

Classé dans : Caroline BACKMAN (SE),COUP DE COEUR,DECOUVERTE,HDK Goteborg (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 20:50

« November » collection by Caroline Bäckman

« With the seasons as a starting point, and autumn as a summary for them, I have examined my own process, abstractions, simplifications, and how to capture and convey a sense. I have started from the circle and the necklace as its representation. For me, it is a symbol of the eternal. The reasons that recur year after year, in an eternal cycle. The hammer captures my feeling and transfers it onto the metal. It gives shape and tells me about the autumn. « 

  caroline backman - works-November_I_Close_up   Caroline Backman -  works – « November I » – Close_up

« To capture a feeling and to reproduce the same. It is the biggest challenge for me and something I constantly return to in my work. I explore the relationship between the carrier, the observer and the object. I am striving for an activation between them. I want my jewelry to activate as many senses as possible. I try to approach my work with a playfulness and curiosity and a willingness to explore. »

Erasmus traineeship, Kim Buck Studio, Copenhagen, 2012
MFA, HDK, school of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg University, 2010-2012
Exchange Semester, Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry, Tokyo, Japan, 2011
BFA, HDK, school of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg University, 2007-2010
Marzee Graduation Show 2012”, Gallery Marzee, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2012

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Caroline BäckmanCaroline Bäckman – « November IV » – Multi-strand necklace with fold-formed leaves
Caroline BäckmanCaroline Bäckman « November III »
caroline backman - November ICaroline Backman - « November I »
Caroline BäckmanCaroline Bäckman « November V »
Caroline Backman - November IICaroline Backman – November II
Caroline BäckmanCaroline Bäckman « November V », 2012, neckpiece, silver, titanium – 210 x 160 mm

 Caroline Backman - November VICaroline Backman – November VI

21/01/2016

Decouverte / COUP de COEUR : Elisabeth HABIG

Classé dans : Autriche (AT),COUP DE COEUR,DECOUVERTE,Elisabeth HABIG (AT) — bijoucontemporain @ 19:03

Elisabeth HABIG

« radici dell anima » …. les racines de l’âme ….. joliment dit …. Ce doit être une âme hivernale, se reposant sur la neige, frissonnante sous les premiers grésils et les premières gelées matinales, comme des lichens gelés  …

« My work is influenced by contrasts. On the one hand my jewellery is geometrical, elaborated and conceptual and on the other hand I like to play with coincidence. Intuitive – planned, logic – gut instinct, coincidence – intention, transitoriness – conservation are words which go like a red thread trough my work. Those contrasts tell a lot about my personality and reveal internal conflicts, with whom I occupy myself.
I discovered artistic jewellery through coincidence, a coincidence I wouldn´t like to miss, because it opened new ways for me to work with metal and alternative techniques. Things I considered to be impossible to make now become reality in my hands. Volatile movements could be captured and be conserved.
Since the end of 2015 I am part of  alja&friends – a goldsmith trio with Angelina Kafka und Alja Neuner. In our atelier, in the heart of vienna, we are establishing a gallery where we not only show our own jewellery but also the work from artist from all over the world. »

Jannie Rozema picture - winter 2015(Jannie Rozema picture – winter 2015)

Elisabeth HABIG - radici dell anima    2015Elisabeth HABIG – radici dell anima    2015

« radici dell`anima (roots of the soul)  – My works with the title “radici dell´anima” are inspired by the nature. The pieces grew and flourished, like small trees in my hands instead of a fertile soil. The cast-channels, which show the making-process are their roots, their garden- the human body where they are worn. Because of the very intuitive way in their making the pieces show in their haptic and quality a part of me…. »

Elisabeth HABIG - radici dell anima   brooch: Elisabeth HABIG – radici dell anima   brooch

Elisabeth HABIG - radici dell anima   brooch: Elisabeth HABIG – radici dell anima   brooch – silver

Elisabeth HABIG - radici dell anima  3: Elisabeth HABIG – radici dell anima

Elisabeth Habig   2014 ·brooch: Elisabeth Habig   2014 ·brooch « radici dell anima »

Elisabeth Habig  mai 2015 ·    Current situation..... working for #autor13 #workingprocess: Elisabeth Habig  mai 2015 · work in progress -  Current situation….. working for autor13

Elisabeth Habig - avril 2015 ·   These babys arrived yesterday  curious what I will make out of it. At the moment they look like mini #aliens...  #inthemaking #preparations for #autor13: Elisabeth Habig - avril 2015 ·  « These babys arrived yesterday  curious what I will make out of it. At the moment they look like mini aliens…  » -  work in progress – preparations for autor13

Elisabeth Habig - ring - silver - 2015: Elisabeth Habig - ring – silver – 2015

Elisabeth HABIG - radici dell anima  ring: Elisabeth HABIG - radici dell anima  ring

Autre collection, empreinte de légéreté, « Leise blüht die Luft« 

Elisabeth Habig  décembre 2014 ·   brooch: Elisabeth Habig  décembre 2014 ·   brooch « Leise blüht die Luft »

Elisabeth Habig -  mars 2015 ·    lil fellow for #munichjewelleryweek #schmuck2015   #brooch: Elisabeth Habig -  mars 2015 · brooch for #munichjewelleryweek -schmuck2015 

Elisabeth HABIG - “leise blüht die Luft”  Broschen aus Crinol Elisabeth HABIG – “leise blüht die Luft”  Broschen aus Crinol (broche en crin ?)

Elisabeth HABIG - “leise blüht die Luft”  Broschen aus Crinol Elisabeth HABIG – “leise blüht die Luft”  Broschen aus Crinol  (detail)

Elisabeth HABIG - brooch - "Leise blüht die Luft" Broschen aus Crinol: Elisabeth HABIG - brooch 2015 – « Leise blüht die Luft » Broschen aus Crinol

20/01/2016

Coup de coeur/Decouverte ! Eva Tesarik & her faded glories

Eva Tesarik  jewels presented at JOYA 2015, « Palazzo » collection -

« In these works, Eva Tesarik has taken inspiration from two different sources, both relating to the past. The Oceanis Nox series takes inspiration from the sinking of the Titanic. All the luxury the ship was carrying disappeared into the sea, was covered in algae and coral and became part of the ocean. Tesarik spent time near Sperlonga in Italy, picking up shells, stones, objects from the beach, covered in algae and coral, just like those from the Titanic. The items from the Palazzo series are allegorical of the declined, faded glory of the Palazzi of the Italian Renaissance. They are brought to us as filtrated fragments. Tesarik found an old tray in Venice, cut it into pieces and made jewellery from the various fragments. A new glory appears and takes us into a new world.  » (No-gram shop online)

« The objects of the “Palazzo” collection stand allegoric for the (declined) (deep)faded glory of the Palazzi of the Italian renaissance. They are brought to us as filtrated fragments. I found an old tray from Venice, I cut it and made new jewelleries from it.  A new glory appears and transform us in a new world. »

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Eva Tesarik often worked with « treasures from the past », from the « declined, faded glories », as in her « Oceanis nox » collection or even previously, as in the « The beauty and the beast » collection : there’s always and old, beautiful, remaining object from the past in her jewels …. a golden part of a funiture, a golden part of a tray, of a ceiling, of a building …. not only an « old thing », not only a « golden thing », but a « glorious golden old » thing, the marbles, carved moldings parts of old furniture (like chair legs in the form of lion’s paws), moulding parts of a paneled oak wall from a castle room, the crystals from the glorious old crystals chandeliers, …. as we can see in her « Time of pearls » necklace, in her « Louis » brooch, in her « In Petersburg » brooch, etc …. yes …. Love of « faded glories »

Eva Tesarik Brooch: In Petersburg, 2006 Silver, gold, foto, crystal rock 4 x 4 cm: Eva Tesarik Brooch « In Petersburg », 2006 Silver, gold, foto, crystal rock

Eva Tesarik Brooch: Louis, 2004 Silver, rock crystal, brass, laquer 5 x 3 cm: Eva Tesarik Brooch « Louis », 2004 Silver, rock crystal, brass, laquer

Eva Tesarik Necklace: Time of pearls, 2006 Silver, foto, crystal rock, old pearls 32 cm: Eva Tesarik Necklace « Time of pearls », 2006 Silver, foto, crystal rock, old pearls

Eva Tesarik Brooch: T.b.a.t.b, 2007 Silver, crystal rock, foto, lace 6 x 4 cm from the serie: The beauty and the beast: Eva Tesarik « Brooch: T.b.a.t.b », 2007 Silver, crystal rock, foto, lace 6 x 4 cm from the serie: The beauty and the beast

Eva Tesarik Brooch: T.b.a.t.b, 2008 Silver, brass, fluorite powder 6 x 3 cm from the serie: The beauty and the beast: Eva Tesarik « brooch: T.b.a.t.b », 2008 Silver, brass, fluorite powder 6 x 3 cm from the serie: The beauty and the beast

Eva Tesarik - "Palazzo" Austria,   Brooch 2015Eva Tesarik - « Palazzo »  Brooch – blacked silver, vintage wood from an old venice tablet, textile

Eva Tesarik - "Palazzo" Austria,   Brooch  Eva Tesarik – « Palazzo »  Brooch

 Eva Tesarik   "Palazzo" Halsschmuck, Silber, Holz lackiert, 2013  Eva Tesarik   « Palazzo » Halsschmuck, Silber, Holz lackiert, 2013

 Munich. Visiting Schmuck 2014 - Jewels by Eva Tesarik at "Vienna 4" exhibition: Visiting Schmuck 2014 – Jewels by Eva Tesarik at « Vienna 4″ exhibition (photo Montserrat Lacomba)

Eva Tesarik - "Palazzo"  05 - oxidized silver, wood, laquer (1425€) - height 10 cm / width 18 cm / depth 3 cm / length 75 cm - Oxidized silver, shells, covered with coraline alges: Eva Tesarik – « Palazzo »  05 – oxidized silver, wood, laquer, shells, covered with coraline alges – height 10 cm / width 18 cm / depth 3 cm / length 75 cm

Eva Tesarik - "Palazzo"  05 - oxidized silver, wood, laquer (1425€) - height 10 cm / width 18 cm / depth 3 cm / length 75 cm - Oxidized silver, shells, covered with coraline alges:Eva Tesarik - « Palazzo »  05 – oxidized silver, wood, laquer, shells, covered with coraline alges 

  Eva Tesarik necklace (in hand)Eva Tesarik necklace (in hand) - Atelier StossImHimmel - photo by Alice Schnür

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