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08/06/2014

EXPO ‘EXTREME WEARABLES’ – MadLgallery, Taipei (Taiwan) – 14 Juin-6 Juill. 2014

Classé dans : Ching-Chih WU (Taiw.),Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Taiwan (RC) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:04

« Extreme Wearables » Wu Ching-Chih Solo Exhibition。

@MadLgallery。  opening: 6/14  3:00pm

Photo de mad L.
Wu Ching-Chih : « This series of wearable sculpture was inspired and made while I stayed at Anderson Ranch Art Center studio. The purpose of this series is to find possible relations between sculpture and jewelry. Among these sculptures, they are not only seen as pieces of art, but also are wearable accessories for one’s collection. On the other hand, these art pieces are able to « interact » with people by being a part of their daily wearing accessories.As for the shapes and colors in these artworks, they demonstrated the beautiful nature that I encountered during my residency in Anderson Ranch Art Center. I used simple colors, such as black, gray and white, to illustrate the contrast between landscapes and snow. During this period, I also expected my work to have interaction with different residential artists. Thus, I used photography to bring back my original concept “the relationship between sculptures and wearable » « .

04/06/2014

EXPO ‘Franz Bette : Same but Different’ – National Taiwan Museum, Taipei (Taiwan, R.O.C.) – 10 Mai-15 Juin 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Franz BETTE (DE),MUSEE,Taiwan (RC),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 1:36

« Franz Bette : Same but Different »

EXPO 'Franz Bette : Same but Different' - National Taiwan Museum, Taipei (Taiwan, R.O.C.) - 10 Mai-15 Juin 2014 dans Exposition/Exhibition 44226

 

« Same but different »
The title of this exhibition, can be understood as a maxim for every new day, a three-month teaching residency in   Hong Kong became an involvement lasting two and a half years. Life in Hong Kong is fast and intense, the frenetic energy tends to over  stimulate the senses. Sitting down and working with his hands, is Franz Bette’s way of processing what happens around him. Equipped with only the barest of essentials – his own awareness and an abstract visual alphabet - the only possibility to fall back on, improvisation. Somewhere on a sliding scale connecting a succession of contradictions, we indulge in a variety of observations and states of awareness, a constant flow of moments of recognition.

Franz Bette, Ring, 2005Franz Bette  - Ring: Untitled, 2005Yellow gold 18k, stainless steel4 mm x 4 mm – Photo by Ching Hiu Tung

Franz Bette, Ring, 2006

Franz Bette - Ring: Untitled, 2006Gold, stainless steel4 mm x 4 mmPhoto by Ching Hiu Tung

Franz Bette, Brooch, 2007Franz BetteBrooch: Untitled, 2007Stainless steel, mild steel15 mm x 8 mm

Franz Bette, Brooch, 2013Franz BetteBrooch: Untitled, 2013Canvas-laminate, mild steel6 mm x 5 mmPhoto by Ching Hiu Tung

Franz Bette, Brooch, 2014Franz Bette - Brooch: Untitled, 2014Paper-wrapped steel, paint21 mm x 6 mmPhoto by Ching Hiu Tung

 

National Taiwan Museum, Nanmen Park
No.1, Sec.1, Nanchang Rd.,
- Taipei
Taiwan, R.O.C.
website: www.manomanman.com
website: formosa.ntm.gov.tw/web/en/exhibition.aspx
mail: info@manomanman.com

03/04/2014

EXPO ‘WU CHING-CHIH jewelry’ – ZE gallery (Taiwan) – 7-25 Avril 2014

Classé dans : Ching-Chih WU (Taiw.),email / enamel,Exposition/Exhibition,Taiwan (RC) — bijoucontemporain @ 21:09

WU CHING CHIH ‘s Jewelry Solo Exhibition 4/7- 4/25  – Ze gallery opening:4/12 11:00am

WU CHING CHIH's Jewelry Solo Exhibition 4/7- 4/25 國立新竹教育大學 澤文創實習商店 Ze gallery opening:4/12 11:00am
 
Ching-Chih WU graduated with BFA and MFA from Department of crafts and Design at National Taiwan University of Arts. Being a residence artist in Sculpture studio at Anderson Ranch Art Center in 2013. Working in the field of metalwork, sculpture and enamel jewelry design, Ching-Chih WU is good at plique-a-jour enameling, chasing , repousse, and patina, or oxidizing staining. From the university years to his recent solo exhibition in the Anderson Ranch Art Center at Flat Gallery in US, Ching-Chih WU sticks to his path in his own pace. Ching-Chih WU gradually turned away from demonstrating skills to questing for creative content and transcendental meanings. His art works has already transcendental the traditional metalworking framework. His signature is establishing though combing enamel to break through the restrictions from metalworking techniques and concepts.Ching-Chih WU’s earlier works were generally bright colored thanks enamel color and show. His works also turned from small accessory to spatial sculpture. He began to approach in a more subtle way to make his sentiments well expressed throughout.  In his graduated school years, Ching-Chih WU has taken active parts in various competitions both domestically and internationally has been highly regards of. For example, his works were selected in the US’ NCEG International Juried Enamel Exhibition in 2012 and 2013 Crafts forms.  He was awarded foreign group President Award of the 46th Exhibition of Japan Enamelling Artist Association. In 2011, he was awarded the third prize and 2013 first prize by the Taiwan Craft Innovative Design Contest. Ching-Chih WU is one of most anticipated young Taiwanese artists in modern accessory field and sculpture object. Ching-Chih WU was fascinated by metal-smith out of all the different kinds of materials during his study in the university. Being an artist for many years, devoted to the creation of contemporary jewelry, specializing on enamel design and making. Most of his works are inspirited by the plants and insects from Taiwan, through these organic forms, creatures by using various technique of enamel, Ching-Chih WU would love to evoke the emotions of human. Aiming to combine the transparency of enamel with a unique and complex metal structure.

Wu Ching-Chih (TW) – Brooch Figure Copper, fine silver, bronze, enamel, stainless steelWu Ching-Chih (TW) – Brooch Figure Copper, fine silver, bronze, enamel, stainless steel
wuchingchih.com - leaf series 2013wu ching chih - 2013 - copper, enamel plique-à-jour  Leaf lll

Wu ching-chih – 2013 – copper, enamel plique-à-jour  Leaf lll – leaf series 2013
Wu Ching-Chih (Taiwan) -The sound of withering of flower series-  http://wuchingchih.com/news/blogWu Ching-Chih   -The sound of withering of flower series 

 

ZE Gallery
National Hsinchu University of Education
300, Taïwan, Hsinchu City, Dong District,
+886 3 521 3132

 

23/02/2014

EXPO ‘Ni Hao’ – Gallery Kobeia, Munich (DE) – 13-18 Mars 2014

SCHMUCK 2014 – Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014

Ni Hao ! - 10 contemporary jewellery artists from Taiwan

The emerging Taiwan-based art jewelry group “Bench 886” is scheduled to present their works at Schmuck 2014 Munich Germany Jewelry Fair, showing the rich variety of their artistic energy on the international stage which is regarded as the Oscars in art jewelry

Ni Hao - 10 contemporaryjewellery artists from Taiwan
‘Hi’ (Ni Hao in Chinese) is a magic greeting word that initiates communication, just  as a key that opens the door to a discussion, a bridge that crosses the  boundaries of silence. Language very often goes beyond its linguistic meaning;   however, it is also confined to linguistic competence. If there is a way that  crosses the borders of language and speaks up one’s opinions through work piece,  so that everyone, regardless of language, could feel the frequency of the world;  that would be art.
‘Ni Hao! (hi) We are art  jewellery artists from Taiwan!’
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Mei-Fang Chiang dialogues the relationship between soul and work  itself ;
Cai-Xuan (Molly) Wu and Heng Lee discover the beauty of knitting and  embroidery in an unconventional way;
Wen-Miao Yeh and Yu-Ping Lin develop the  Origami and paper cutting in structural dramatic forms;
Shih-Dea (Deborah) Tseng  and Ying-Hsun (Zita) Hsu reveal the vague and abstract spirit of ‘Zen’  in the perceptions of touch and vision;
Han-Chieh (Joy) Chuang, Ying-Hsiu Chen and Yung-Huei Chao combine the inspiration from  Mother Nature with the memory toward motherland.
‘Ten jewellery artists come from the same land, ten storytellers  looking forward to a whole new page in their lives.’
Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery - kaleidoscope serie -  Strawberry (Ka03-1F) - Bracelet/ Brooch  Felt, PolyesterYu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery – kaleidoscope serie -  Strawberry  Bracelet/ Brooch  Felt, Polyester
Heng Lee  Floral Embroidery- Pixel 4.2

Heng Lee -  Floral Embroidery- Pixel serie – back of a brooch (detail)

YEH WEN-MIAO [TAIWAN] 大賞 Grand Prix 「The Space 2013」Wen-Miao Yeh – Brooches – The Space 2013 – Plastic, cooper, paint
 Ying-Hsui Chen / CHEN YING HSIU [TAIWAN] 「Sketch Series-Seashell  XXI~XXVII」
Ying-Hsui Chen – Sketch Series-Seashell  XXI~XXVII – super-light soil, stockings, poly, 22K plated brass, 22K plated stainless steel
 YING HSIU CHEN -TAIWAN Shell ring - made of clay and stockingsYing-Hsui Chen-  Shell ring – made of clay and stockings
【CAI-XUAN(Molly) WU】: Transit:Knitting No.1, Brooch (2012) / Acryli, steel wireCai-Xuan (Molly) Wu – Transit:Knitting No.1, Brooch (2012) / Acryl., steel wire
Molly Wu, Taiwan - plankton brooch 2013Cai-Xuan (Molly) Wu (ou Tzu-Jung (Molly) Wu) – plankton brooch 2013
Shih-Ti Tseng (Deborah Tseng)  - porcelain, plaster, leather necklace 2012Shih-Dea (Deborah) Tseng (Shih-Ti (Deborah) Tseng) – porcelain, plaster, leather necklace 2012
Mei Fang Chian (Taiwan)

Mei-Fang Chiang

Ying-Hsiu (Zita) HsuYing-Hsiu (Zita) Hsu
YING-HSUN(ZITA) HSU-TAIWAN/UK: In Flux. B1(2013) / Magnetism, white gold platedYing-Hsiu (Zita) Hsu – In Flux. B1(2013) / Brooch, brass, magnetism, resin
Han-Chieh (Joy) ChuangHan-Chieh (Joy) Chuang -  red brick brooch 2013, brooch, silver, copper, enamel, steel
Yung-Huei Chao Yung-Huei Chao Window Series II, Bracelets (2010) Nilckel silver
 
 
Luisenstraße 49
80333 München

07/01/2014

EXPO ‘CURRENT – MANO × Orizzonti’ – MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object,Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C.) – 8-26 Janv. 2014

CURRENT – MANO × Orizzonti

In the beginning of the 2014, MANO has teamed up with Japanese contemporary jewellery group Orizzonti to present the touring exhibition “CURRENT”.
12 artists, with different backgrounds, from 7 countries, came together to think about the basic question: “where is the world going?” The name of the exhibition “CURRENT” not only stands for the flow of ideas but also what’s happening in the world now. Both those concepts are intended to be expressed through jewellery. Each piece is presented together with the concept video made by the artist.
In Living with Art, Mark Getlein proposes 6 activities, services or functions of contemporary artists :
1. Create placese for some human purpose.
2. Create extraoridinary versions of ordinary objects.
3. Record and commemorate.
4. Give tangible form to the unknown.
5. Give tangible form to feelings.
6. Refresh our vision and help see the world in new ways.
MANO is delighted to bring “CURRENT” to the current climate in Taiwan, hoping to offer the viewers to see these extraordinary versions of ordinary objects which express memory, feelings, and the unknown and to see the world in new light.

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Artists:  Elisa DevalJanny Huang YokotaKarin KatoManolya KonukMaria Constanza OchoaMeiri IshidaPoly Nikolopoulou Rallou KatsariRudee Tancharoen –  Yoriko MitsuhashiYoko ShimizuYuki Sumiya

Janny Huang Yokota, Necklace, Janny Huang Yokota, Necklace- Found moment of jewel – Mixed media

Poly Nikolopoulou, Brooch, Poly NikolopoulouBrooch: StillCooper, cord
Manolya Konuk Necklace: Camelot'e/Basteth Thread 21 x 0.1 x 0.1 cmManolya Konuk – Necklace: Camelot’e/Basteth (detail) – Thread

Maria Constanza Ochoa, Brooch, Maria Constanza OchoaBrooch: UntitledMixed media -10.8 x 3.8 x 2 cm

Meiri Ishida, Brooch, Meiri IshidaBrooch: Flow / CapillaryMixed media10.5 x 8 x 3.5 cm

Rallou Katsari, Brooch, 2013 Rallou Katsari - Brooch: Kleri, 2013 – Posidonia oceanica, wood, lace, fitter carpet, silver
11,5 x 6 x 3 cm

Rudee Tancharoen, Neckpiece, Rudee TancharoenNeckpiece: UntitledMixed media50 x 20 x 15 cm

Yoko Shimizu, Brooch, Yoko ShimizuBrooch: UntitledWood

 

 

MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object
No.4, Ln. 16, Taishun St., Da’an Dist.
Taipei City 106 – Taipei
Taiwan, R.O.C.
website: www.manomanman.com
mail: info@manomanman.com

26/12/2013

COUP de COEUR : Janny HUANG YOKOTA

Janny HUANG YOKOTA   « jewelry pieces with hidden spaces« 

« Materials are paper and enamel powder »

Janny Huang Yokota (Taiwan)Janny HUANG YOKOTA  – magical (and mysterious !) textures – 2013  (« sodium powder which is the newest work I am doing right now. »)

« Janny Huang Yokota’s delicate pieces are made from diverse media including silver, cement, enamel, paper and found objects such as coral and rocks. »

Après la découverte de cette première bague (ci-dessous) COUP de COEUR pour la serie « Cremation » !

Janny Huang YokotaJanny HUANG YOKOTA  – « 2 individuals & one eternity » 2013

 
« Cremation »  serie (made between 2012 to 2013)
« To me Jewelry is personal,
like the secrets that buries under a rock,
or under a tree, or even like talking secrets to a flower.
I have buried and Cremate words written on a paper in this cement stone.
And this is how Taiwanese burn something precious to the deceased love ones.
It’s secretive and precious as the words vanishes into ashes. »
Janny Huang Yokota - serie "Cremation"
Janny HUANG YOKOTA  - « Cremation«  serie
Janny Huang Yokota - serie "Cremation" http://idbutterfly.com/
Janny Huang Yokota -  « Cremation » serie
Janny Huang Yokota - serie "Cremation"
Janny Huang Yokota – serie « Cremation »
Janny Huang Yokota - ring from "Cremation"  serie
ring from « Cremation«   serie
Janny Huang Yokota "To me Jewelry is personal,   like the secrets that buries under a rock,  or under a tree, or even like talking secrets to a flower.  I have buried and Cremate words written on a paper in this cement stone.  And this is how Taiwanese burn something precious to the deceased love ones.  It's secretive and precious as the words vanishes into ashes. "
« Cremation«   serie
Janny Huang Yokota - - "Cremation"  serieJanny Huang Yokota -  « Cremation »  serie
Janny Huang Yokota - "Cremation"  serieJanny Huang Yokota - « Cremation »  serie
Janny Huang Yokota - serie "Cremation"Janny Huang Yokota - serie « Cremation »
 
 
« Navel Tree » serie (2013)
« Every travel I make tickles me , carries me
to an amazing boundary such as the rabbit hole in the Alice wander land.
It’s like getting out of my navel and grow my spirit to an imagining beautiful plant.
A navel plant that grows to connect with outsiders! »
Janny Huang Yokota - "Navel Tree" serie -
Janny HUANG YOKOTA  jewel (brooch ?) from the « Navel Tree » serie 2013
Janny Huang Yokota - "Navel Tree" serie -
Janny Huang Yokota – « Navel Tree » serie 2013
Janny Huang Yokota - "Navel Tree" serie -Janny Huang Yokota – « Navel Tree » serie 2013
 
 
« white for bones 、white for spirits » serie (2013)
 » Bone and Spirits are the beauty beyond Death.
When we live everyday in life,
our bone structure support us physically and
our spirits fulfill us to see things differently.
But those 2 things between our body and mind
are the things that we can not see with our actual eyes.
When we have the feeling of remorse,
I think it’s the closest feeling to reach our bones,
When we have the feeling of emptiness ,
I think it’s the moment we search for spirits.
With the moments of feeling remorse and emptiness,
we recognize the existence of Being.
It’s very human like and I see the true beauty in it.
For me it’s a image of white that links to purity and truth.
After death it’s the bone and the spirit that lasts forever.
I choose my mother’s old jewelry to take a model out of it,
maybe because of her young death has lead me to see beyond.
And to remind me what is the true beauty of life.
Her jewelry is a bone to me and her spirits comes within »
Janny Huang Yokota - "White for bones - white for spirits" serie
Janny Huang Yokota – « White for bones – white for spirits » serie 2013
Janny Huang Yokota - "White for bones - white for spirits" serieJanny Huang Yokota – « White for bones – white for spirits » serie 2013
Janny Huang Yokota - "White for bones - white for spirits" serieJanny Huang Yokota – « White for bones – white for spirits » serie 2013
Janny Huang Yokota  (Taiwan) - "2 individuals & one eternity"Janny HUANG YOKOTA    – « 2 individuals & one eternity » 2013
Janny Huang YokotaJanny Huang Yokota – brooch  – « this piece is made of enamel powder and there is paper inside. It’s not baked, I use medium like resin to hold it together »  2013
ET ….. CERISE SUR LE GATEAU : le travail de Janny Huang Yokota sera  exposé chez
ALLIAGES (Lille) à l’espace permanent :-)

31/10/2013

EXPO ‘GeMANOgy: Gem as Storyteller’ – MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object, Taipei City 106 (Taiwan, R.O.C.) – 28 Sept.-3 Nov. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,pierre / stone,Taiwan (RC),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 0:17

GeMANOgy: Gem as Storyteller -

MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object (Taipei City 106, Taiwan)

“GeMANOgy” aims at showing how the contemporary jewellers express the word/ material « Stone » in various and contemporary way. Set aside the traditional value for gemstones defined in Gemology, MANO would like to offer the viewer a different angle to read the stories behind these jewellery.

« How the most precious thing about stones in a jewellery box is not always their rarity, their size or their perfection. It is their stories. » by Victoria Finlay, author of ‘Jewels: A Secret History’.

Since the word “Jewellery” for most Taiwanese public still relates a lot to precious material, faceted gemstones, jade jewelleries, beaded bracelet, etc., we would like to present the jewelleries with diverse and contemporary interpretation of the theme “stone” in search of that real preciousness. Each artist gives their unique point of view: to bring out the social-psychological side of the material, to discuss about the collective thoughts on material, technique, and artistry, or to question the real meaning of value.

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Artists:   Gieh-Wen Lin –  Karl Fritsch –  Katja Prins –  Nelli Tanner –  Philip Sajet –  Shu-Lin Wu –  Tarja Tuupanen

Gien-Wen Lin, Necklace, 2012Gien-Wen Lin, Necklace, Diamond is not the point 2012 – Silver, crystal

Philip Sajet, Ring, Philip Sajet – Ring: Straal verticaal – Yellow gold, white gold

Philip Sajet_1-webPhilip Sajet – Ring

Karl Fritsch, Ring, 2012Karl Fritsch, Ring, 2012  Silver, steel, cubic zirconia

Shu-Lin Wu, Ring, 2013Shu-Lin Wu – Ring: Hiver#1 2013 – Silver, porcelain, white chalcedony, rubber

Tarja Tuupanen, Brooch, 2013Tarja Tuupanen – Brooch : Untitled 2013 – Ready-made marble tableware, brass

 
 
MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object
No.4, Ln. 16, Taishun St
Da’an Dist. – Taipei City 106
Taiwan, R.O.C.
Telephone: +886 2 2365 2519
website: www.manomanman.com
mail: info@manomanman.com

13/07/2013

EXPO ‘Jun Konishi: Plastic Circle’ – MANO, Taipei City, Taiwan – 21 Juin-21 Juill. 2013

« Jun Konishi: Plastic Circle »
Jun Konishi: Plastic Circle -MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object (Taipei City 106, Taiwan, R.O.C.) 21-Jun-2013 - 21-Jul-2013  website: www.manomanman.com
‘Plastic Circle’ by Jun Konishi is the second exhibition taking place at the new gallery MANO in Taipei, Taiwan.
Jun Konishi’s work, from small pins to big installations, certainly meets the conditions of the contemporary scene. Using his artistic imagination to transform ordinary materials into works of art, his work critically engage with its place in the world and once attached to a human host, the jewellery not only serve as testament to the taste of the wearer but also as a sign of change in the wider world. Konishi’s work, along with his energy, humor, and genuine enthusiasm, ensures us more inspring years to come
Jun Konishi  Necklace: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  100 x 2 cm
Jun Konishi  Necklace: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  100 x 2 cm
Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  15 x 15 x 4 cm
Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  15 x 15 x 4 cm
Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic

Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic

MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object
No.4, Ln. 16, Taishun St
Da’an Dist. – Taipei City 106
Taiwan, R.O.C.
Telephone: +886 2 2365 2519
website: www.manomanman.com

03/06/2013

Coup de ROUGE : Han-Chieh CHUANG

Han Chieh Chuang « Red Brick series » 2013 – From Taipei, Taiwan (Edinburgh College of Art) – Will exhibit at New Designers 2013

Han-Chieh ChuangHan-Chieh Chuang, Red Brick brooch 02, 2013, brooch, silver, copper, enamel, steel, 95x50x45 mm, photo: Han-Chieh Chuang

Jewellery: HanChieh Chuang  silver, enamel, copper, paper, brass dust, steelHan-Chieh Chuang  silver, enamel, copper, paper, brass dust, steel

HanChieh Chuang Contemporary Jewellery Based in Edinburgh  From Taipei, TaiwanHan-Chieh Chuang Contemporary Jewellery  

Han-Chieh ChuangHan-Chieh Chuang, Red Brick brooch 03, 2013, brooch, silver, copper, enamel, paper, steel, 80x40x25 mm, photo: Han-Chieh Chuang

 Han-Chieh Chuang  silver, enamel, copper, paper, brass dust, steelHan-Chieh Chuang, Red Brick brooch 04, 2013, brooch, silver, copper, enamel, paper, brass dust, steel, 70x30x30 mm, photo: Han-Chieh Chuang

Han-Chieh ChuangHan-Chieh Chuang, Peasant Necklace, 2013, necklace, silver, bamboo, gold foil, fabric, 600x300x50 mm, photo: Fei Lin

12/06/2012

Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Taiwan (RC),textile,www KitandCaboodle,Yu-Ping LIN (Taiwan) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:06

Yu-Ping Lin- Textile Jewellery

Collection: « Inherence in Nature« 

« The collection tends to focus on inspiration from nature, the notion of folding and pleating, architectural structures, interaction with people and seduction of pattern and colour; the original pleasure captured by the structure of organisms and forms inherent in nature. I utilize the architectural construction and paper-folding technique to accomplish my ideas. The fabric is coloured by hand painting and digital printing. In addition, every piece of my work can show various appearances when people interact with it. »

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BloomYu-Ping LinBloom’ (Kit & Caboodle’s page) «  the material is fabric which is coloured by myself »
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Yu-Ping Lin -’mushroom 1′ drawing 03-1Yu-Ping Lin -’mushroom 1′

Textile jewelry by Yu-Ping Lin.

Yu-Ping LinBANYAN TREE’

TulipYu-Ping Lin ‘Tulip’
TulipYu-Ping Lin ‘Tulip’
04-1Yu-Ping Lin ‘coral reef’
Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery 'coral reef' braceletYu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery ‘coral reef’ bracelet
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