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08/09/2014

My « WANT-IT » of the WEEK ……

Classé dans : Catalina BRENES (Costa Rica),Gal. OHMYBLUE (IT),Italie (IT),necklaces,SHOP,WANT-IT — bijoucontemporain @ 23:39

Each monday, « my WANT IT » of the week …. and where to find & buy it (if possible …)

today, the Catalina Brenes unique necklace, saw at OHMYBLUE Gallery, Venezia  (ohmyblue.venezia@gmail.com)

Catalina Brenes -NECKPIECE, SILVER, UNIQUE PIECE, CATALINA BRENES AT OHMYBLUE    #silver

 

 

OHMYBLUECampo San Tomà
San Polo 2865
30125, Venezia
tel. (+39) 041 243 5741

 

14/02/2014

Droit au ciel tout de go ! (en passant par la mer) avec Gustavo Paradiso

Classé dans : bois / wood,COUP DE COEUR,Espagne (ES),ETSY.com,Gustavo PARADISO (RA),metal,SHOP,VIDEO — bijoucontemporain @ 0:03

Gustavo Paradiso inaugure l’année en participant à une exposition de bijoux érotiques !

Droit au ciel tout de go ! ;-)

( » Por qué lo llaman AMOR cuando quieren decir … JOYAS » – galeria Lalabeyou - Madrid – - joyeria erotica – 13 fevr.-8 avril 2014)

Alors, petit tour de ses bijoux pour cette St Valentin !

Mais plus que du côté coeur ou du côté c…., je vais aller voir du coté mer ….. :-) là est l’origine d’un travail méticuleux …. et où l’on voit que la nature qui l’environne, tout là-bas au sud de l’Espagne, est source d’inspiration est de matériaux.

Gustavo Paradiso - la cosecha - la récolte (for cuttlefish bone casting)Gustavo Paradiso – la cosecha / la récolte (for cuttlefish bone casting)
puis le travail … comme il dit, « ce n’est pas compliqué, c’est complexe »

 

 Gustavo Paradiso - Colección 2012 - chiaroscuro XII ring - wood & silver Gustavo Paradiso – Colección 2012 – chiaroscuro XII ring – silver, wood, ebony
(you can buy some of these rings on his ETSY shop)
Gustavo Paradiso  OVOINCRUSTOIDEO Mokume Gane Ebony Wood Silver BROOCHGustavo Paradiso  OVOINCRUSTOIDEO Mokume Gane Ebony Wood Silver BROOCH
Colección 2013 | | Gustavo Paradiso - beach wood ringGustavo Paradiso - Colección 2013  – beach wood ring
Colección 2013 | | Gustavo Paradiso - beach wood broochGustavo Paradiso - Colección 2013 -  beach wood brooch

15/12/2013

SOME NEWS …….. online SHOPS

Classé dans : ETSY.com,Kabiri (UK),Notjustalabel,ObjectFetish,SHOP,Zero925 (PL) — bijoucontemporain @ 21:54

in these times of INTENSIVE SHOPPING …………………. ;-)

added some links to ONLINE SHOPS ….. at the bottom of my blog, on the right column, check for SHOP-online- …

petite nouveauté sur le BLOG ….. en BAS à DROITE : SHOPS on line !

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of course, you have more, like ETSY or BOTICCA, or KABIRINotjustalabel, but Etsy is so huge, and can have so many (good & bad) things that I let you have your own choice …. Same thing for Boticca …

on Etsy some of my favourites are : Maria Goti JoyasMardecoLorrosa (Montserrat Lacomba nice jewels)ArteArtesania (Carlos Tellechea, has often the « Joyas Sensacionales » jewels …..),  PaperStatement by Dorisse (paper beads to make your own jewels or paper jewels yet done),  LaChicadelosAnillos (Sarah Robinson, for nice lil’ rings …),  Giardinoblu (Francesca Mancini jewelry),  Kosmimata (Sofia Georgiopoulou jewelry),  GustavoParadiso shop/jewels,  notAjewelry (nice red dot jewels by Petra from Zagreb), byLoumi (nice, delicate, French, porcelain jewelry), Creatiff Bijoux (by Tiffany Rowe),  JiaStyle (jewels by the 2 Parisian jewellers Xiaojia and Jean-marc Waszack) , Nanopod  (Tosca Teran jewelry),  Kjoo (Maria João Ribeiro crocheted jewelry),  Emilie Bliguet shop/jewels,  Kathy Frey (great wire jewelry), Colleen Baran shop/jewels, Cynthia del Giudice shop/jewels,  Sipora Aguia shop/jewels,  GulnurOzdaglar (PET jewelry from Turkey),   ShanShanjewellery (Shan Shan Mok), LaurenMarkley shop/jewels,  Margauxlange (for Barbie addicts ….),  SarahHoodJewelry, Phlaznatch (Jillian Moore jewelry),  LigiaRocha shop/jewels, KateRamseyFelt (gorgeous flower felt brooches from Ireland),  Sassafrasdesignl  (Claudia Burkhardt, felted jewels from Netherlands),  Giia (Milan based felt jewelry), ArtesseraeAshleyJewelry (Ashley Akers jewels),  InbarShalak shop/jewels, and some others (without jewels for the moment) like AmyTavernJewelry , Vina Rust (verust ), Francesca Vitali (FrucciDesign ), HanaKarim , YuPingLin , etc etc ……………….

14/11/2013

EXPO ‘SCINTILLE’ – galerie Nyamanti, Paris (FR) – 28 Nov.-1er Dec. 2013

Parcours du Bijou «Circuit Bijoux» – Paris – à partir de SEPT. 2013

De septembre 2013 à mars 2014

bannière Circuits Bijoux

SCINTILLE du jeudi 28 novembre au dimanche 1er décembre, à la galerie Nyamanti , 6 rue Cardinale Paris 6è M° St Germain des Prés de 11h à 19h30. Venez nombreux, faites le Buzz !!!

Exposition-vente SCINTILLE du jeudi 28 novembre au dimanche 1er décembre, à la galerie Nyamanti , 6 rue Cardinale Paris 6è M° St Germain des Prés de 11h à 19h30. Venez nombreux, faites le Buzz !!! www.atelier-bijioux-createurs.com

L’Atelier des Bijoux Créateurs s’associe aux Ateliers d’Art de France en participant aux Circuits Bijoux, un événement unique destiné à mettre en lumière la diversité de la scène actuelle du bijou.

Du 28 novembre au 1er décembre, l’Atelier des Bijoux Créateurs donne rendez-vous à la galerie parisienne Nyamanti (Paris 6e) pour une exposition-vente exceptionnelle. En écho à son titre « Scintille », cet événement mettra à l’honneur des bijoux scintillants, mêlant micro diamants, argent, cuir, rouille, or ou vermeil.

En avant-première, Barbara de Rouville, fondatrice de l’Atelier des Bijoux Créateurs, dévoile ses coups de cœur.

EXPO 'SCINTILLE' - galerie Nyamanti, Paris (FR) - 28 Nov.-1er Dec. 2013 dans AtelierBijouxCreateurs colliers-lucky-5octobre-abccollection Little Precious’ – marque « 5 octobre » colliers-lucky

bague-feuilles-diamants1 dans CIRCUITS BIJOUX/PARCOURS BIJOUX (FR)Marianne Anselin – Bague Feuille en acier rouillé et argent, ornée de diamants

 
 
galerie Nyamanti
6 rue Cardinale
Paris 75006
M° St Germain des Prés

25/09/2013

LOOT 2013: MAD about Jewelry – 1-5 Oct. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,MAD Museum (US),SHOP,USA — bijoucontemporain @ 0:43

The Museum of Arts and Design will present LOOT 2013: MAD about Jewelry, its curated exhibition and sale of artist-made jewelry for four days this October. Now in its 13th edition, LOOT: MAD about Jewelry has become known as the ultimate pop-up shop for contemporary art and studio jewelry by both artists and collectors alike; it affords the public the rare opportunity to acquire pieces directly from some of the most innovative jewelry artists in the world. This year, the creations of more than 50 emerging and acclaimed jewelry artists will be on sale. Prices will range from $200 to $12,000, with $1000 the average. Proceeds from the selling show will benefit the Museum’s exhibition and education programs.

Opening Benefit:
Tuesday, October 1, 4:30PM to 8PM
The Show Continues:
Wednesday, October 2, 11AM to 6PM
Thursday, October 3, 11AM to 9PM
Friday, October 4, 11AM to 9PM
Saturday, October 5, 11AM to 6PM

LOOT 2013: Violaine Ulmer - porcelain
Violaine Ulmer (FR) - porcelain necklace
For Parisian jeweler Violaine Ulmer, the conception of a new piece of jewelry involves consideration of the interactions of light, transparency, form, & space to create a plastic object, not just an item of adornment. Each piece is above all a sculpture & a further source of experimentation. This approach gives form to “objewels” (objects-sculptures-jewelry), work that can be placed at the intersection of art, fashion, & design. Her current explorations focus on the meeting point between specific porcelain techniques & classic jewelry-making processes. Through this research, Ulmer evolves forms that exploit the fundamental character of her materials; they are both generous & pared to the essence.
Mathilde Quinchez .Mathilde Quinchez (FR)
Inspired by the lines found in nature, and more particularly by seeds and cocoons, Paris-based designer Mathilde Quinchez conveys a subtle and sensual world at fertility’s moment of origin. She communicates the most intimate matters with delicacy: her small, original cells convey a latent strength, comprising both the essence and the entirety of the universe. Beyond symbols, Quinchez brings us back to our perception of our senses—a wide range of simple and vital emotions. Her work also reflects on time, in her careful attention to detail, and the patina that the jewels will eventually wear. Quinchez’s way of working with silver, her pure lines and forms that explore fullness and emptiness, and her delicate perforations make her jewels extremely refined. In her hands, the metal becomes a synthesis of light, femininity and subtlety.
Andrea PinerosAndrea Pineros (FR)
 Andrea Pineros ’ work is based on the themes of structure and lightness. With his background in design, he is inspired by urban constructions such as bridges, towers, stairs, and even transport networks. As he observes Paris, its inhabitants, its intrinsic rhythms and movements, he considers the thousands of daily trips that form networks and links. Pineros transcribes these ideas into jewelry, focusing on the essential concepts of full and empty, tension between links, proportion and equilibrium, growth and chaos. The wire he uses to create his designs serves as a pencil does for an architect: this thread which can stretch out, multiply, and fill an entire space allows him to express his creative universe. His pieces remind us that the preciousness of an object resides not only in its material but in its esprit. Through his jewelry, Pineros reduces the monumental in scale to make it accessible and finally tame.
LOOT 2013 Florence Croisier
Florence Croisier (FR)
Florence Croisier composes with the body, catching the variants of composition that movement can offer. Born in Geneva, Croisier graduated from Geneva’s School of Decorative Arts and worked in Paris as a designer or maker for different companies until 1999, when she started her own collection. Three years later, she began working with titanium. This material’s durability, hypoallergenic property, and capacity to take on beautiful colors allowed Croisier to fully express her creativity—and titanium’s lightness allows the wearer to pile on as many pieces as desired while retaining complete freedom of movement. Croisier started this work using a sculptural approach, but later began to use titanium wire as a kind of pencil permitting her to draw directly with the material. Others of Croisier’s pieces are assembled from an accumulation of repetitive elements organized into a structure that is sometimes completely random, sometimes inspired by nature.
LOOT 2013 Fabien Ifirès
Fabien Ifirès

Self-taught designer Fabien Ifirès apprenticed in luxury saddlery and handmade shoe-making workshops. He decided to create his own label in 2010 in collaboration with Michaël Vandewielle. His mastery of traditional sewing techniques allows him to explore all the possibilities of leather, his favorite material, and offer pieces that are precious and unique due to his meticulous creative process. All of Ifirès’ jewels are entirely handmade according to traditional saddlery techniques, with very high quality leathers sourced from the best European tanneries.

Hungarian designer Janka Juhos was born into a family of artists, and so her future career was marked out well in advance. After receiving her BFA in 2010, Juhos founded her own jewelry design company, JUJJ.
Hungarian designer Janka Juhos was born into a family of artists, and so her future career was marked out well in advance. After receiving her BFA in 2010, Juhos founded her own jewelry design company, JUJJ.
LOOT 2013: Yoko Shimizu
Yoko Shimizu
Japanese designer Yoko Shimizu studied at Alchimia Contemporary Jewelry School in Florence, Italy, and chose to stay there to establish her jewelry practice. Living in a foreign country has heightened Shimizu’s consciousness of her cultural background and natural sense of expression and aesthetics. Subtleness and simplicity, fragility and vigor, harmony and tension are all important to her work. The theme of her collection in resin is transformation, which is manifest in Shimizu’s exploration of the mutability of forms, materials, and colors. Pieces of wood are alchemized into pieces of resin, and the surface of wood is transferred onto the surface of the resin. The metamorphosis of wood to resin, of natural to artificial, of opaque to transparent, and the continuous changes that occur when the jewels are worn on the body … all of these inspire Shimizu’s work.
LOOT 2013: Michihiro Sato
Michihiro Sato
Michihiro Sato became interested in contemporary jewelry when he was an arts education student in Japan. After his graduation, he traveled to the University of Pforzheim in Germany to research the field. This was the beginning of a very long stay in Germany, where he gained valuable experiences and perspectives as a citizen, an employee of several advertising agencies, and finally a freelance artist before he left the country in 2002 to study jewelry in Oslo, Norway. Most importantly, in Germany Sato encountered the philosophy of Buddhism, which has influenced his work. Sato is currently living and working in Osaka, Japan as a freelance jewelry artist and teacher. He creates his jewels using various materials, including paper, silver and resin. His experiences living in different cultures have had a great impact on his creations. For Sato, something transient is beautiful if he has the insight to perceive something permanent
Jo Hayes Ward Constructing jewelry from small building blocks,
Jo Hayes Ward – Constructing jewelry from small building blocks

01/05/2013

EXPO ‘Not just JADE’ – AME Gallery, Hong Kong (CN) – 9 Mai-1er Juin 2013

 Not just jadeAME Gallery

An exhibition focus on Chinese contemporary artists.

AME Gallery - Not just jade - 9mai-1er juin 2013 - artists of Chinese origin

artists of Chinese origin : Alice Bo-Wen ChangGu MingHelen MokHeng LeeMei LeeShan Shan MokTricia TangZhang Ni –  Zita HsuAnnie Tung

Tricia Tang: Family & I 2012  Cinnabar, Jade, Acrylic Polymer Dispersion  Photographed by Ebee LamTricia Tang : Family & I 2012  Cinnabar, Jade, Acrylic Polymer Dispersion  Photographed by Ebee Lam

Alice Bo-Wen ChangAlice Bo-Wen Chang

helen.mok at SOYAHelen Mok    (http://www.moksstudio.com/)

Shan Shan Mok Contemporary Jewellery (on her FB page)Shan Shan Mok (Eliza Wing Shan Mok) ring

Shan Shan Mok 6th series, titanium earring. 220$, via Etsy.Shan Shan Mok 6th series, titanium earring – you can SHOP it on Etsy ! (let me the time to buy it first ! ;-) I love it !!)

Heng Lee Jewelry -   Floral Embroidery- Pixel 4.7    2013  Stainless steel, threadHeng Lee  -   Floral Embroidery- Pixel 4.7  -  2013  Stainless steel, thread

Ming Gu - ring "Mr Bongbong" - http://nextmiona.wix.com/mingGu Ming  – ring « Mr Bongbong »

Zita HSU - collection of Relics brooches - magnetism brooches, 2012 Photography: Ioana VrabieZita HSU - collection of Relics brooches – magnetism brooches, 2012 Photography: Ioana Vrabie

Mei Lee ringsMei Lee rings

Tricia Tang  Neckpiece: Shan Shui Shui Mo–Shui Zhong Shui (Mountain Water Water Ink – Water within Water) 2012  Acrylic Paint, Acrylic Polymer Dispersion, Fishing Line Tricia Tang  Neckpiece: Shan Shui Shui Mo–Shui Zhong Shui (Mountain Water Water Ink – Water within Water) 2012  Acrylic Paint, Acrylic Polymer Dispersion, Fishing Line

Annie Tung. Loves Endless TearsAnnie Tung – Loves Endless Tears

 

AME gallery
12/F, Tin On Shing Commercial Building, 41-43
Graham St, Central ,
Hong Kong

20/04/2013

Coup de Coeur : « Impossible Landscapes » by Montserrat Lacomba

« Impossible Landscapes » Series

by Montserrat Lacomba

« Paisajes Imposibles » es una serie de joyas que empecé en noviembre de 2012 y en la que estoy actualmente trabajando. Esta serie está basada en los paisajes que me rodean y con referencias a pintores y poetas que han tratado el tema del paisaje. »

« Impossible Landscapes » is a series of jewels that I started in November 2012 and continue to work on. The series is based on the landscapes that surround me with references to the painters and poets who treated the topic of landscape. »

Montserrat Lacomba - the 'Impossible Landscapes' serie

« It is impossible to understand art separated from feelings. It is a precise manifestation of reflections to be expressed and shared with others.  Art is uneasiness.
Painter Joaquim Mir remained captivated by the landscape of Torrent de Pareis on the island of Majorca and over time he searched for places from which one could see landscapes never previously painted.
Poet Jacint Verdaguer, of whom Joan Maragall wrote “no one knows the aspect of our land more than he,” in his notebooks of excursions to the Pyrenees had annotated descriptions of the landscape, orientative sketches, linguistic observations, writings and annotations that he would later use in the “Canigó” and others of his literary works.
The “Impossible Landscapes” series is born mainly from the admiration I feel for the painters and artists who have extensively treated the topic of landscape throughout the years, since it stopped being merely the background of the picture but instead became the focus of the work.  The same holds true for my recognition of the writers who make us imagine and transport us to unknown lands that we each come to know and interpret in our own way.
When we are surrounded by the landscape, our view gets lost into the infinite where there are no limits.  When we frame a fragment of landscape through a window or with a camera, however, that fragment assumes another sense and we make it ours.  Loving the land and surrounding landscape has led me to seek new landscapes that, once captured, become impossible. I move them to small wearable pieces, like windows, that invite the viewer to imagine and fantasize. »

Brooch "Mediterranean Sea" from the "Impossible Landscapes" series. 7 x 9,5 x 0.5 cm Oxidized nickel silver and enameled copper.Montserrat Lacomba – Brooch « Mediterranean Sea » from the « Impossible Landscapes » series. 7 x 9,5 x 0.5 cm Oxidized nickel silver and enameled copper.

Brooch  "Words and Landscapes (to Jacint Verdaguer, poet)"  5.5 x 9.5 x 1.5 cm  Engraved and enameled copper. oxidized copper and silver.Brooch  « Words and Landscapes (to Jacint Verdaguer, poet) »  5.5 x 9.5 x 1.5 cm  Engraved and enameled copper. oxidized copper and silver.

Brooch  "Montsenyserrat Mountain"  9 x 9 x 1.5 cm  Enameled and oxidized copper and silver.Brooch  « Montsenyserrat Mountain »  9 x 9 x 1.5 cm  Enameled and oxidized copper and silver.

Brooch "Roots of the Mountain" from the "Impossible Landscapes" series. 3 x 9 x 1 cm Oxidized nickel silver and engraved and enameled copper.Brooch « Roots of the Mountain » from the « Impossible Landscapes » series. 3 x 9 x 1 cm Oxidized nickel silver and engraved and enameled copper.

Brooch  "Worked Land" from the "Impossible Landscapes" series.  4 x 8 x 0,7 cm  Nickel silver and enameled copper. Brooch  « Worked Land » from the « Impossible Landscapes » series.  4 x 8 x 0,7 cm  Nickel silver and enameled copper.

Brooch  "The Square Lake and a Window"  7.5 x 8.5 x 1.5 cm Nickel silver and enameled copperBrooch  « The Square Lake and a Window »  7.5 x 8.5 x 1.5 cm Nickel silver and enameled copper

and some « Impossible earrings » (IMPOSSIBLE not to love them !!!)

Montserrat Lacomba - Earrings  eIL2  Enameled and oxidized copper and silver.  40x17x8 mm.Montserrat Lacomba (Mar de Color Rosa)  Earrings - eIL6  Enameled and oxidized copper and silver.  47x14x1 mm.Montserrat Lacomba - Earrings  eIL1  Enameled and oxidized copper and silver.  42x25x1 mm.

Earrings -  Enameled and oxidized copper and silver

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03/12/2012

EXPO ‘Fresh! 2012′ – Craft, Victoria (AU) – 7-23 Dec. 2012

‘Fresh!’ @ Craft Victoria

Fresh! 2012    Craft is excited to announce its Fresh! 2012 finalists, and to cordially invite you to the launch of this year’s exhibition.    Opening: 6pm Thursday 6 December 2012  At Craft, 31 Flinders Lane Melbourne  Showing: 7 – 23 December 2012

Fresh! is Craft’s annual exhibition of graduate work. This past month industry professionals and Craft staff visited graduate exhibitions across Victoria and selected the best work for Fresh!

Professional development opportunities are offered as awards in partnership with industry supporters. Craft acknowledges the support of its sponsors for Fresh! 2012: Sofitel, Future Leaders, Screaming Pixel, Artichoke and Green Magazine.

Fresh! 2012    Craft is excited to announce its Fresh! 2012 finalists, and to cordially invite you to the launch of this year's exhibition.    Opening: 6pm Thursday 6 December 2012  At Craft, 31 Flinders Lane Melbourne  Showing: 7 - 23 December 2012Megan Mitchell – Gash (detail),  2012

The Fresh! 2012 artists are:

Blake Barnes (RMIT) — Katie Jayne Britchford (RMIT) — Hau Ong Ding (Monash) — Klara Fletcher (VCA) — Cassie Littlehand (RMIT) — Lindy Mc Swan (RMIT) — Megan Mitchell (Monash) — Olivia O’Donnell (VCA) — Guy Pascoe (RMIT) — Bin Dixon Ward (RMIT) — Brodie Vera Wood (VCA)

 

goren260

Craft
Gallery & Shop
Open 10am-5pm
Mon to Sun (during December)
31 Flinders Lane Melbourne VIC 3000
03 9650 7775

AND AND AND ………. ONLINE CRAFT Xmas jewelry catalog !!

CRAFT online jewelry shop

22/11/2012

EXPO ‘OP VOORRAAD’ – POPS up at KLIMT02 Gallery, Barcelona (ES) – 28 Nov.-22 Dec. 2012

Classé dans : BARCELONA,Espagne (ES),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Klimt02 (ES),SHOP,www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 1:28

OP VOORRAAD – jewellery pop-up store – 28 Nov in BARCELONA at the KLIMT02 gallery !

Klimt02 | Gallery presents in Barcelona OP VOORRAAD: The jewellery POP-UP STORE. In 2009 Ineke Heerkens, Jantje Fleischhut and Jeannette Jansen, three Amsterdam based designers, took the initiative to present contemporary jewellery in an unconventional display. This year for the first time the show makes the last stop in Barcelona.

  http://www.klimt02.net/  OP VOORRAAD - jewellery pop-up store - 28 Nov in BARCELONA !OP VOORRAAD is The jewellery POP-UP STORE in a hardware shop coat.
In 2009 Ineke Heerkens, Jantje Fleischhut and Jeannette Jansen, three Amsterdam based designers, took the initiative to present contemporary jewellery in an unconventional display.

EXPO 'OP VOORRAAD' - POPS up at KLIMT02 Gallery, Barcelona (ES) - 28 Nov.-22 Dec. 2012 dans BARCELONA archiefshop

OP VOORRAAD shows the jewellery in what appears to be a hardware shop including its typical perforated walls, supermarket trolleys, cash register, price labels and jewellery displayed in blister packaging.
This intriquing combination succeeds in its aim to trigger the nerve of consumerism and provides a sparkling place where new jewellery design can both be admired and purchased.

OP VOORRAAD shows work of around seventy renowned as well as young international designers. For this concept the designers produce a jewellery multiple in an edition of five. Beginning of each year the collection will be completely renewed. Most of the 360 pieces of the collection 2012 are handmade.

Artists at the show:
Adam Paxon — Andrea Wagner — Annelies Planteijdt — Antje Godglück — Atelier Ted Noten — Benedikt Fischer — Beppe Kessler — Bettina Kreb — Birgit Laken — C & C — Christina Pauls — Christoph Zellweger — Constanze Schreiber — Dana Seachuga — Dinie Besems — Ela Bauer — Evert Nijland — Floor Mommersteeg — Gésine Hackenberg — Hilde de Decker — Ineke Heerkens — Iris Nieuwenburg — Jacomijn van der Donk — Jantje Fleischhut — Jeannette Jansen — Karin Seufert — Karola Torkos — Ketli Tiitsar — Kseniya Obukhova — Lucy Sarneel — Luzia Vogt — Maaike Ebbinge — Malou Paul — Manon van Kouswijk — Marcella Ferretti — Märta Mattsson — Masako Hamaguchi — Mette Saabye — Mi-Ah — Mikiko Minewaki — Patricia Thomazo — PE/AH — Peter Hoogeboom — Roos van Soest — Ruudt Peters — Sarah Enoch — SMJD Accessoires — Susanne Hammer — Susanne Klemm — Suzanne Esser — Tabea Reulecke — Ulrich Reithofer — Ursula Woerner.

 

op_voorraad_nov12_1 dans Espagne (ES)Antje Godglueck -  Bracelet: The Wine Dark Sea 2012 – Antique wood, paint
Size: S – M – L  – Colours: blue, yellow, green, red, turquoise – Price: 300 €

op_voorraad_nov12_3 dans Exposition/Exhibition
Floor Mommersteeg – Brooch: Cube 2012 – Nylon, steel – 3,5 cm – Colours: various
Price: 95 €
op_voorraad_nov12_21 dans Gal. Klimt02 (ES)Gésine Hackenberg   – Ring: Berry 2012 – Stoneware dessert plates, silver  –
Colours: Dessert plate is also available in combination with ring – Price: 250 €
Mette Saaybe  Brooch: The Gold Badge 2012  24 karat gold leaf, steel  8 x 8 x 0,5 cmMette Saaybe  Brooch: The Gold Badge 2012  24 karat gold leaf, steel  8 x 8 x 0,5 cm
Ketli Tiitsar  Brooch: Chestnuts 2012  Silver (oxidized), painted wood, steel  3 to 5 cm x 1,5 to 4 cm  Different models availableKetli Tiitsar  Brooch: Chestnuts 2012  Silver (oxidized), painted wood, steel  3 to 5 cm x 1,5 to 4 cm  Different models available – Price: 135 €
Adam Paxon  Brooch: Squirming 2012  Acrylic, polyester resin, steel  Size: S - LAdam Paxon  Brooch: Squirming 2012  Acrylic, polyester resin, steel  Size: S – L – Prices are S – 335€ or L – 375€
Evert Nijland  Brooch: Riflessa 2012  Glass, steel  8 cm  Different models availableEvert Nijland  Brooch: Riflessa 2012  Glass, steel  8 cm  Different models available
PE/AH  Brooch: Oiseau 2012  Aluminium anodized, stainless steel  10 x 4cm  Colours: blue, blackPE/AH  Brooch: Oiseau 2012  Aluminium anodized, stainless steel  10 x 4cm  Colours: blue, black
Märta Mattsson  Brooch: Fossil 2012  Cicade, crushed pyrite/azurite, resin, silver  13 x 8 x 3cm  Colours: variousMärta Mattsson  Brooch: Fossil 2012  Cicade, crushed pyrite/azurite, resin, silver  13 x 8 x 3cm  Colours: various -Price 600€

Andrea Wagner  Necklace: A Girl's Best Friends 2012  Silver, synthetic resin  Size:various  Colours: transparent white or yellowAndrea Wagner  Necklace: A Girl’s Best Friends 2012  Silver, synthetic resin  Size:various  Colours: transparent white or yellow
KLIMT02 gallery
Riera de Sant Miquel, 65
08006 – Barcelona
Spain
Telephone: +34 933687235

17/10/2012

… ou comment atteindre le Paradis, parfois ….

Classé dans : Argentine (RA),COUP DE COEUR,ETSY.com,Gustavo PARADISO (RA),SHOP — bijoucontemporain @ 1:09

….. un « petit » geste, et voilà ! on est au Paradis, émotion garantie !
Tout ça grâce aux bijoux de Gustavo Paradiso ….. :-) un GRAND MERCI !!

« Estas colecciones de joyas son el resultado del trabajo, investigación, experiencia, estudio, curiosidad, miles de horas de contemplación,  películas de ciencia ficción, animación japonesa, máquinas inverosímiles, escenarios gigantes, mundos imposibles.
Mi visión particular de esculturas gigantes, diseñadas para llevar en el cuerpo. »

Un travail qui s’arrondit de plus en plus, au fil du temps, tout en douceur, jusqu’à ces « bonbons sur canapés » servis pour l’an 2012, gomme à effacer sur ébène … vous prendrez bien une « douceur » ?

Gustavo Paradiso : OVOINCRUSTOIDEO Mokume Gane Ebony Wood Silver BROOCHGustavo Paradiso – « Ovoincrustoideo » -  brooch 2011 – Mokume Gane Ebony Wood Silver
Gustavo Paradiso - Metamorfosis brocheGustavo Paradiso – brooch « Metamorfosis » – Ebano,  y plata – 2011

Gustavo Paradiso Milflores brocheGustavo Paradiso - brooch « Milflores »

Gustavo Paradiso - ebano, gomme y plata brocheGustavo Paradiso – brooch – Ebano, goma y plata 925 – 2012

 Behind the Brooch - Gustavo ParadisoGustavo Paradiso – brooch (back & front) – Ebano, goma y plata 925 – 2012

Gustavo Paradiso. ringsGustavo Paradiso - Chiaroscuro  rings 2012 -  ebony wood and silver rings, cast in Jibia bone / madera contachapada y ébano

Handmade Ebony Wood, Silver, Eraser Ring - Gustavo Paradiso - 110€sur etsyGustavo Paradiso – ring – at Joya 2012 – ebène, argent, gomme / Ebony Wood, Silver, Eraser Ring – comme un « bonbon sur canapé » ! :-)
TO BUY on his ETSY shop
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