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02/05/2015

LEGNICA Jewellery Festival SILVER 2015 – 28 Avril–7 Juin 2015

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Legnica SILVER Festival,Pologne (PL),Prix/Awards,Salon — bijoucontemporain @ 2:56

 The Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER 2015

 PROGRAM
Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER: 28th April – 7th June 2015
Culmination – openings of the exhibitions: 15th – 16th May 2015
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Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER is the biggest and the most significant in Poland jewellery event, organized from over 30 years by the Gallery of Art in Legnica. Every year in its framework is presented over a dozen individual and group exhibitions of Polish and foreign artists and a number of accompanying events, like: theoretical seminar, authors lectures, jewellery and fashion shows, jewellery competitions and workshops, concerts and a variety of artistic actions and happenings taking place outside in the city space.
24th LEGNICA INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY COMPETITION  « BOUNDARIES »
The competition and – being its result – exhibition is the main event of the Festival.  Artists` task is to submit works on a given topic – a different one every year – characterised by an original creative idea and representing a high artistic and technical level. Preferred are concept, value and meaning of creative expression. Submitted works are qualified to the exhibition and awarded by the international jury.
results during opening ceremony  on 16th May 2015
BOUNDARIES - legnica 2015
SILVER SCHOOLS
Inaugurated in 2001 a cycle of exhibition presents the leading European art academies and high schools specialising in contemporary jewellery and design. Over 40 schools from Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, Great Britain, Finland, Belgium, Slovakia, Sweden, Estonia and Poland have been presented so far. In 2015 the exhibition will be showcasing works of professors, graduates and students from
Germany (Hochschule Wismar, Faculty of Design) and Lithuania (Vilnius Academy of Arts, Telšiai Faculty of Arts).

Schools Lithuania - bild litwa Kornelija GerikaiteSchools Lithuania – bild litwa Kornelija Gerikaite

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Recurring presentation of well-known Polish and foreign jewellery artists.

* Special guest: Ruudt Peters: DUSZA - distinguished Dutch artist, driving force, organizer and lecturer, i.a.: co-founder of the Ekster Gallery in Leeuwarden, professor of many academies in Europe and USA, juror of many prestigious jewellery competitions, author of tens solo exhibitions around the world.

Ruudt petersRuudt Peters

* Eunmi Chun: JEWELLERY – Korean artist, graduate of the Sookmyung University and Kookmin University in Seoul, as well as the Jewellery Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. Laureate of the prestigious Herbert Hoffmann Award in Munich (2008).

Eunmi ChunEunmi Chun

* Elisabetta Dupré: JEWELLERY - Italian artist, graduate of the Jewellery School « Interno 7″ in Roma and the « Atelier Aura » in Munich. Laureate of the Gallery of Art in Legnica Award in 23rd Legnica International Jewellery Competition CLASSIC.

ELISABETTA DUPRE'Elisabetta Dupré

* Andi Gut: ON AND ON AND ONexhibition of well-known Swiss artist, currently professor at the Pforzheim University, who invited to collaboration and presentation his professor Rüdiger Lorenzen and his students: Frieda Dörfer, Katrin Feulner (Germany). The exhibition presents three generations of artists.

Andi GutAndi Gut

* Anna Król: JEWELLERY - graduate of the Graphic Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, jewellery designer at Deco Echo company. Participant of exhibitions in Poland and abroad, recently at the JOYA BARCELONA Contemporary Jewellery Fair 2014, where she was three times awarded.

 

* Mia Kwon: VIVID! - Korean artist, graduate of the Kookmin University in Seoul and the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences, studied also at the Burg Giebichenstein University in Halle (ceramic design). Participant of numerous exhibitions all around the world. Laureate of the Gallery of Art in Legnica Award at JOYA BARCELONA Contemporary Jewellery Fair (2014).

Mia KwonMia Kwon

 

DEBUTS
Recurring presentation of the most promising Polish young artists, taking their first steps in the world of design and goldsmithing.
*Antonina Maria Łęcicka: Underwater city – student of the Faculty of Textile and Fashion Design of the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, laureate of the Award of the Gallery of Art in Legnica at Strzemiński Competition.

Maria ŁęcickaMaria Łęcicka

* Karolina Szymanowska: Soul paradise - graduate of the Faculty of Painting and Sculpture and assistant at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, participant of art exhibitions.

Karolina Szymanowska Karolina Szymanowska

 

25 for 25. JEWELLERY OF THE TIME OF FREEDOM
The exhibition is a symbolic summary of events and trends in the Polish goldsmithing in the last 25 years. Presents works of the 25 most accomplished Polish creators of artistic jewellery, who have contributed the most to the development of this art during that period.
Participants of the exhibition: Andrzej Bielak — Paulina Binek — Andrzej Boss — Agnieszka Bruzda — Jacek Byczewski — Bogumił Bytomski — Piotr Cieciura — Sławomir Fijałkowski — Marcin Gronkowski –  Joanna i Tadeusz Jaworscy — Paweł Kaczyński — Zofia i Witold Kozubscy — Cezary Łutowicz — Lucyna i Marek Nieniewscy — Jacek Ostrowski — Kamilla Rohn — Magdalena i Tomasz Stajszczak — Jan Suchodolski — Andrzej Szadkowski — Marcin Tymiński — Jarosław Westermark — Arkadiusz Wolski — Alicja i Jakub Wyganowscy — Marcin Zaremski — Hanna i Jacek Zdanowscy. 

 

25 YEARS OF STFZ
The exhibition prepared on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of activity of the Polish Goldsmithing Artists Association (STFZ). The exhibition presents both recent as well as older works from the exhibitions organised by the STFZ over the years.

 

POLISH GOLDSMITHS GROUPS
Collective exhibition of the Polish art groups working in the field of jewellery in the period 1945-2015. There will be presented: UFO, Muzeum, RE, G7, Au +, Dziewiątka, Punkt G, LIS2, 4 Women.

Polish groups - UFO - J. A. RochackiPolish groups – UFO - J. A. Rochacki

 

SUR O NO SUR
Exhibition presenting works of the Argentinian jewellers: Ana Weisz, Cecilia Hecker, Eva Burton, Elisa Gulminelli, Gabriela Cohn, Gastón Rois, Iacov Azubel, Jorge Castañón, Lucía Mishquila Brichta, María Carelli, Mercedes Castro Corbat, Patricia Rodriguez, Sabina Tiemroth, Rodrigo Acosta Arias.

Maria Carelli Maria Carelli

 

PREZIOSA YOUNG 2015
International project organized by Le Arti Orafe Jewellery School in Florence. Its aim is to present and popularise achievements of the young generation of goldsmiths  and designers. Laureates of PY 2015 are: Deok Sang Han, Jie Sun, Soyeon Lee, Tithi Kutchamuch, Daniela Hedman.

 

AMBER CHAMBER
International jewellery exhibition, curated by Heidemarie Herb, a German artist living in Italy. Exhibition showcases different approaches to amber in works by the well-known European artists, including ones who have been working in amber for many years and the ones who used this material for the first time for the purpose of this exhibition. The participating artists are: Elisabeth Defner, Christiane Förster, Heidemarie Herb, Herman Hermsen, Beate Klockmann, Helfried Kodré, Philip Sajet, Peter Skubic, Gisbert Stach, Petra Zimmermann.

Amber Chamber Exhibition  /  28 Apr -  7 Jun 2015

 

WE FROM JEDWABNE
The exhibition curated by Piotr Rybaczek from La Basílica Galería in Barcelona. Presenting works by 25 Polish artists inspired by the Anna Bikont`s book under the same title.

Basilica Gal.

 

GDAŃSK BALTIC AMBER BIENNALE 2015
Exhibition concentrates on examples of avant-garde use of Baltic amber created by 24 well-known jewellery designers from 12 European countries, invited by curators: Wim Vandekerckhove, owner of the Villa De Bondt in Ghent and Sławomir Fijałkowski, a professor of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk.

 

AMBERIF DESIGN AWARD 2015: Mimesis
International Competition for the Design of Jewellery with Amber, organized by the International Fair of Amber, Jewellery and Gemstones Amberif in Gdańsk, aiming to promote the creative thought and innovation solutions in the field of amber jewellery design.
(The winners of the 19th edition of the Amberif Design Award (2015) are already known: Marta Rżanek, Adriana Lisowska and Andrzej Cofta. This year the competition subject was « Mimesis » and the Jury assessed 135 works submitted by 112 artists from 18 countries.)
Amberif MAIN PRIZE 2015 Marta Rżanek Amberif MAIN PRIZE 2015 Marta Rżanek
 
HOLOWNIA
Exhibition of a few hundred of works all over the world submitted to the 24th Legnica International Jewellery Competition BOUNDARIES, but not selected for the main exhibition. Its name is taken from the place, where it is held – a foyer (Polish « hol ») of the Old City Hall.
 
EWA EFFENBERG: RED ARROW
Exhibition of works of Polish artist graduate of the Wł. Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, currently an associate professor at the Goldsmithing Forms Atelier led by Prof. Andrzej Boss in her alma mater. Laureate of awards and participant of more than 70 exhibitions in Poland and abroad.
 
MARTA HRYC : EXTRA-ORDINARINESS
Exhibition of artist, graduate of the Interdepartmental Environmental Doctoral Studies at the Department of Interior Architecture and Design of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. Participant of group exhibitions and laureate of awards and mentions (Legnica, Gdańsk, Florence). 
MARTA HRYC : EXTRA-ORDINARINESS
AU+ : PRIVATE APARTMENTS
Group exhibition of the conceptual works by young Polish artists (Marcin Bogusław, Bartosz Chmielewski, Filip Jackowski and Michał Wysocki), graduates of the Wł. Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Łódź. 
 
 
BOUNDARIES OF GLOBAL ART
Recurring science session, for 15 years accompanied the Festival, commenting the current status of art, contemporary jewellery and design. It`s an opportunity to reflect on the latest trends, methods and phenomenon in contemporary art in general, especially in the context of the competition topic (in 2015 – BOUNDARIES). The session involved artists and designers, historians and art critics, philosophers, culture experts, cultural anthropologists, sociologists and the wide audience.
 
BOUNDARIES
Exhibition presenting works qualified in national, photographic competition on the topic BOUNDARIES – a leitmotif of the Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER.
 
SILVER CITY
Festival will be accompanied by the workshops, art actions and happenings promoting the event. Participating these actions will be creating in the public space works referring to the Legnica Festival in their subject or form. The outcomes will visualize the Festival’s motto: « In Legnica we breathe with silver. »
 
SILVER CONCERT
Traditionally the concert closes the first day of the culmination of the Festival.  This year Cracow Jazz Trio: Tolek Lisiecki, Wojciech Groborz and Jacek Mazur will perform.
 
SILVER SCREEN
Throughout the Festival, a cinema is open showing documentaries about personalities from the art and design field and the video films created by both professionals and amateurs especially for the festival’s use and inspired by its title –  will run the cycle of screening of artistic and documentaries movies dedicated to personalities of the design art, created by professionals and amateurs and inspired by the topic: BOUNDARIES.

27/04/2013

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER – 30 Avril-30 June 2013

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER  -  May / June 2013  Venue: Gallery of Art in Legnica

This year in the Legnica International Jewellery Competition REVOLT participated 319 artists from 43 countries. They sended 625 pieces. International jury (Galit Gaon (IL), Jiro Kamata (JP/DE), Hans Stofer (CH/GB), Sławomir Fijałkowski and Aneta Lis-Marcinkiewicz (PL)), which sessed in the days 4-5 of April, qualified to the exhibition part of pieces and chosed laureates. Names of the winners we will know on the vernissage, 18th of May 2013  in the Gallery of Art in Legnica, Poland.

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER - may-june 2013

IDEA:

It is better not to turn on the television today. We are being attacked by images of economic crises, stock market crashes, falling ratings, budget deficits, cost cutting programs and increasing unemployment from everywhere. As a reaction to the overwhelming impression of a lack of opportunities there are emerging movements such as « Occupy … », helplessly protesting against banksters, corporations and governments. Doesn’t speaking in such circumstances about jewellery – the subject invariably associated with the demonstration of wealth and selfish hedonism – seem socially unacceptable and even ethically suspect? After all, the burning  of ATMs and the broken glass of jeweller’s shops have become part of the frustration of all the Indignados.
But there is also another aspect of the design and use of jewellery – which – like no other product of the imagination – can be an effective message, manifesting the point of view of the user – a voice of protest, being anti-or pro-, attitudes of rebellion, rebellion and guerrilla warfare. Can a standard set of slogans written out on banners, T-shirts and slap tags be complemented with another more sophisticated message? Are jewellery designers able to demonstrate their own opinion and join the discussion concerning non-aesthetic issues? Is the tradition of exclusive gold jewellery going to be our irreversible remorse? And will the chorus « Diamonds are a girl’s best friend » always sound  as infantile as the recent testimony before the European Court of Justice in The Hague of the famous model Naomi Campbell, who at one time accepted an embarrassing gift from the dictator of Liberia, tried for war crimes, so evocatively reconstructed in the movie « Blood Diamond » with Leo DiCaprio as a ruthless mercenary?
EXPO - Revolt (competition) - Legnica SILVER festival 2013

 
List of artists qualified to the exhibition :
 Agata Bartos (PL) — Nicole Beck (DE) — Claudia Betancourt & Ricardo Pulgar (Chile) — Krzysztof Borkowski (PL) — Andrzej Boss (PL) — Vernon Bowden (NZ) — Laura Bradshaw-Heap (Irl) – Bartosz Chmielewski (PL) — Sungho Cho (S. KR) — Jeongsun Choi (S. KR) — Teresa Dantas (PT) — Katharina Dettar (DE/ES) — Sara Gackowska (PL) – Tamara Grüner (DE) — Mieczysław Gryza (PL) — Nils Hint (EE) — Susanne Holzinger (DE) — Maja Houtman (NL) — Marta Hryc (PL) — Joanna Hryniewicz (PL) — Dorry Hsu (Taiwan/CA) — Mari Ishikawa (JP) — Timothy Information Limited (GB) — Luijt Janjaap (NL) — Lee Jeong Hwa (S. KR) — Christina Karababa (GR) — Renata Korpas-Sutowicz (PL) — Dominik Kotwicki (PL) — Solveiga Krivičiene & Alfredas Krivičius (Lithuania) — Marzena Krupa (PL) — Claudia Küster (DE) — Lena Lindahl (SE) — Ria Lins (BE) — Susanne Matsché (AT) — Marek Mrowiński (PL) — Marek Nałęcz-Nieniewski (PL) — Michalina Owczarek (PL) — Andrzej Pacak (PL) — Fiona Parkinson (GB) — Krzysztof Piotrowski (PL) — Sari Räthel (DE) — Mandy Rasch (DE) — Berta Riera Ruiz (ES) — Isabell Schaupp (DE) — Kveto slava Flora Sekanova (Slovakia/ NZ — Katarína Siposová Węgry (HU) — Ludmila Šikolová (Czech Republic) — Grzegorz Radosław Ślączka (PL) — Terajima Takayoshi (JP) — Bartosz Ulatowski (PL)

 

 

About festival

For more than thirty years, the Gallery of Art in Legnica has specialised in promoting contemporary jewellery and artistic objects made mainly of silver. We have been organising individual and group exhibitions of Polish and international artists, publishing exhibition catalogues, organising conferences and symposia, as well as fashion and jewellery shows, competitions and fairs. The most important event we organize is Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER. Every year we present individual and collective exhibitions as part of the festival, including:
LEGNICA INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY COMPETITION The competition dates back to 1979 and every year it has a different topic. The competition is open and addressed to all artists, whose task is to present their work on a given topic – every year a different one – including an original artistic idea and representing a high level of artistry and technical skills. What is favoured is the concept, value and meaning of an artistic expression. Works entered for the competition are assessed by an international jury, on which over fifty outstanding goldsmithing artists and theoreticians have sat so far. What is characteristic of the competition is the fact that the winners of the first three prizes receive – according to a long-standing tradition – silver pellets and cash prizes.
The submitted works are qualified by an international jury. Over the years, we have invited a number of distinguished artists to seat on the jury, including: G. Babetto, G. Bakker, O. Boekhoudt,  S. Bronger, R. Puig Cuyás, P. Derrez, G. Dobler, A. Gut, F. Falk, M.R. Franzin, M.J. van den Hout,  E. Knobel, O. Kűnzli, T. Noten, V.K. Novák, R. Peters, M. Petry, K. Pontoppidan, G. Pucsala, A. Ratnikowa, P. Sajet, B. Schobinger, P. Skubic, Z. Songqing, W. Tasso-Mattar,  T. Smeets, D. Watkins, M. Vilhena, A. Zanella and from Poland – M. Dubiel, M. Gradowski, I. Huml, S. Fijałkowski, G. Jabłoński, J. Sokólski, A. Szadkowski, T. Zaremski, A. Wolski.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS is a cycle of retrospective presentations of distinguished personalities in jewellery art from Poland and abroad, including: J. Byczewski (PL), S. Fijałkowski (PL), P. Kaczyński (PL), N. Cherry (GB), H. O’Connor (USA), E. Knobel (IL), V.K. Novák (CZ), F. Peters (AU), M. Petry (GB), Rose & Gisbert Stach (D), L. Šikolová (CZ), W. Tasso-Mattar (D).  Soon: R. Puig Cuyás (E), H. Hedman (S), P. Sequeira (P).
SILVER SCHOOLS is a cycle presenting the artistic oeuvre of jewellery art schools from Europe, their professors, graduates and students. So far there have been presentations of schools from Barcelona, Birmingham, Bratislava, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh, Florence, Hanau, Idar-Oberstein, Lappeenranta, Łódź, Matosinhos, Munich, Oslo, Padua, Pforzheim, Prague, Stockholm, Tallinn and Vilnius. Continuing the cycle in the subsequent years, we are going to show one after the other all European silver schools. A total of 22 schools has been presented so far. The cycle will be continued with the intention to show all of them.
DEBUTS is a cycle presenting pieces of young Polish artists, who just start their activity in the field of design and art. Our plan is to invite novices from abroad.
THE BOUNDARIES OF GLOBAL ART is a cycle of science sessions devoted to the newest art, goldsmithery and design.

 INVITATION/PROGRAM

 

 

The Gallery of Art in Legnica
Pl. Katedralny 1
59-220 Legnica, Poland
tel. +48 76 86 20 910, fax. +48 76 85 65 126
e-mail: galeria@galeria.legnica.plwww.galeria.legnica.pl

11/05/2011

Trésors d’AMBRE …… trésors de la Baltique ………..

Evidemment, je faisais quelques recherches sur les créateurs Polonais et ………… :-)
merci au site de STFZ !

Amber

…. vu des merveilles de Andrzej Adamski Paulina BinekBogumil BytomskiMaryla Dubiel, — Dorota KosEwa EffenbergPaweł KaczyńskiMalgosia Kalinska Jaroslaw Westermark  etc etc …..

Andrzej ADAMSKI (PL)Andrzej Adamski ring (Legnica 2008)

Felt with amber necklace Paulina Binek  http://a1.ec-images.myspacecdn.com/Paulina Binek - Felt & amber jewelryBracelet | Andrzej Boss

Andrzej BossBracelet 

Trésors d'AMBRE ...... trésors de la Baltique ........... dans ambre / amber czas20004

czas20007 dans Andrzej ADAMSKI (PL)

czas20008 dans Andrzej BOSS (PL)

czas20009 dans Bogumil BYTOMSKI (PL)

Małgosia Kalińska - amber jewelleryMałgosia Kalińska

foto5 dans Dorota KOS (PL)Malgosia Kalinska

foto2 dans Ewa EFFENBERG (PL)
Malgosia Kalinska

Marcin TYMINSKI - amber necklace - grand prix AmberifMarcin TYMINSKI  amber necklace – grand prix Amberif

Maryla Dubiel (PL) - amber neckpiece.Maryla Dubiel - amber necklace

Maryla Dubiel : Amber Collection - earringsMaryla Dubiel : Amber Collection – earrings

Paweł KaczyńskiPaweł Kaczyński

Paweł Kaczyński - bracelet with amberPaweł Kaczyński

Jan Materek - amber jewelryJan Materek

Andrzej Boss - PL jewelry with amberAndrzej Boss

http://www.amber.com.pl/en/media/k2/items/cache/f0bcc225d09eca8b7d1e26f319e38493_L.jpg
Elżebieta i Tomasz Szupienko – amber jewelry

Marcin Zaremski amber braceletMarcin Zaremski

Arek Wolski, necklaceArkadiusz (Arek) Wolski

Paulina Binek amber necklacePaulina Binek

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Philip Sajet ! - (International Amber Biennial in Frombork : Amber and Astronomy 2007)

Philip Sajet  Amber necklace, 2002Philip Sajet  Amber necklace, 2002

Dorota Kos - natural-mystic necklace - Elektronos 2007- Amber PrizeDorota Kos  natural-mystic necklace – Elektronos 2007- Amber Prize

Dorota Kos - Prezentacje 2004Dorota Kos – Prezentacje 2004

Kacper Schiffers - amber necklaceKacper Schiffers

Emilia Górna - Norbert Wawrzyniak - amber pendantEmilia GórnaNorbert Wawrzyniak

Emilia Górna - Norbert Wawrzyniak - amber ring    http://www.galeria.legnica.pl/Emilia GórnaNorbert Wawrzyniak – amber ring

Piotr WajchtPiotr Wajcht

Janis Jakobson - fabulous amber rings ....Janis Jakobson

12/05/2010

La Pologne, c’est aussi l’AMBRE de la Baltique …..

Difficile de trouver du beau bijou contemporain (je veux dire pas du « basique-gnan-gnan…) dans ce domaine !

Honey Amber Necklacehttp://www.amber.com.pl/en/media/k2/galleries/38/02.jpg
« DreamsFactory » – Honey amber necklace (en vente sur Etsy.com)
Gedan – collier ( collier = Naszyjniki)

http://www.guide-bijoux.com/image/general/image/maxi/238-romankalkowski.jpegLa Pologne, c'est aussi l'AMBRE de la Baltique ..... dans ambre / amber be43ddf3bb9a2de6fb66cdb566e827b0_m
Roman Kowalkowski - bague (bague = « pierścionki »)
Marcin Zaremski – unpolished amber and silver clasp bracelet (bracelet = « bransolete »)

http://www.mtgsa.pl/repository/images/amberif/witryna_10/Fabryka_Snow.jpg
Danka Wojtiuk  necklace

http://katoo.nl/cms/components/com_virtuemart/shop_image/product/0d041607e17414e1d9066c2c35e31d35.jpg
Marcin Zaremski - unpolished amber and a silver clasp necklace (ROYAL !)

Polish artist, Marcin Zaremski studied at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts while honing his skills at his parent’s art studio. His Polish roots are reflected in his heavy use of amber, used primarily in its natural state. Zaremski’s studio is located in Warsaw, where he has opperated his own gallery/studio since 1991 – (voir d’autres de ses bijoux d’ambre ici)

 

A VOIR : le Portail de l’ambre (http://www.amber.com.pl/en/) en polonais…et anglais !

et l’espace/galerie AmberART à Barcelone

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 Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow will host an exhibition on February 2010 “Amber: Treasures from Poland” prepared as a part of celebration of the Polish year in the British Isles 

27/04/2010

Contemporary Polish Jewellery

To mark the anniversary of Poland’s entry to the European Union (in 2004) , Flow gallery is linking up with Gallery Bielak, Krakow.
Director of Flow gallery, Yvonna Demczynska, has selected a group of British jewellers with the intention of representing a diverse hand of the most innovative makers on the contemporary scene. Running parallel to her endeavours, Andrzej Bielak, together with the Polish Association of Jewellery Artists, has picked out a body of work that effectively highlights the excellence in current Polish jewellery.
Andrzej Bielak is at the fore of promoting Poland’s fine art jewellery, having co-founded the Association of Jewellery Artists. We will not be let down by his knowledge, passion or commitment. We particularly look forward to seeing his award winning work.
In drawing attention to some of the jewellers selected, let us look at Bohdan Jan Suchodolski. He has shown in solo and group shows internationally, where his precious materials combine with the more unorthodox. Also taking a mixed media approach are Antek Zaremski and Arkadiusz Wolski. Interestingly, Arkadiusz studied oceanography but set up his own jewellery workshop on graduation. He favours amber, but also employs metal to explore his ideas.

Also changing tack in career post-university is Jacek Byczewski. Having studied sculpture at the Acadamy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Jacek became a jeweller. From this turning point in 1973 Jacek has gone on to berepresented at over 90 international exhibitions, with work in both public and private collections.
Agnieszka Bruzda‘s executes her simple forms exclusively in metal, as does Mariusz Pajaczkowski. Mariusz lives and works in Warsaw, having co-founded the university gallery ‘Brama’. He uses a variety of precious metals.
Jacek A. Rochacki descends from the well known artist/jeweller family. His distinguished career having seen him win multiple awards at the SILVER competitions in Legnica.

The list of work coming to Flow Gallery is completed by that of Pawel Kaczynski, Bogumil Bytomski, Marcin Tyminski, Krzysztof Roszkiewicz, Krzysztof Piotrowski, Jan Wiszniewski, Maryla Maria Dubiel and Aleksandra i Jakub Wyganowscy.

Jewellery travelling to Poland from Yoko Izawa, Alison Macleod, Katy Hackney, Kaz Robertson, Katie Murphy, Kayo Saito, Jane Adam, Hannah Lamb, Carla Edwards, Tanja Ufer, Katie Clarke, Angela O’Kelly and Laura Baxter.

The trade between Flow Gallery and Gallery Bielak looks to be stimulating and thoughtful. It’s scope maybe necessarily defined, but it is hoped that the transfer of ideas will extend beyond that solely between Britain and Poland.

Paweł Kaczyński Pawel Kaczynski bracelet

Contemporary Polish Jewellery dans Agnieszka BRUZDA (PL) brosza%20silver
 Andrzej Bielak

brooches dans Andrzej BIELAK (PL)
Bohdan Jan Suchodolski

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Jan Suchodolski  - necklace

Bogumil Bytomski Bogumil Bytomski - bracelet

Ring by Grzegorz Blazko. Silver with acrylic. Grzegorz BŁAŻKO Ring – Silver with acrylic

http://www.stfz.art.pl/old/galeria/pk/06.jpghttp://www.stfz.art.pl/old/2005/skarbiec/pawel_kaczynski_5.jpg
Pawel Kaczynski  necklaces

jacek rochacki - earrings Jacek A. Rochacki

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Agnieszka Bruzda necklace

Jacek byczewski Jacek Byczewski

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Jacek Byczewski – necklace made of stainless steel and gold (Mercurius Gedanensis Jewellery Competition- 2008- TECHNICAL INNOVATION award)

Joanna KILANOWICZ-BOSEK Joanna KILANOWICZ-BOSEK

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Marcin Tyminski

http://www.stfz.art.pl/old/galeria/94c/ogrodowski-t.jpg Tomasz Ogrodowski 

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Aleksandra i Jakub Wyganowscy

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Arkadiusz Wolski

Goldsmithing Artists` Association (STFZ = Stowarzyszenie Twórców Form Złotniczych)
STFZ co-organize top Polish exhibitions and competitions of artistic goldsmithing like « Revues of goldsmithing forms » of Legnica, and annual « Prezentacje » in Waszawa; formerly the artistic part of jewellery and watchmaking fairs « PAI TIME » in Warszawa and the « CAMELOT » of Kraków. The informative tool of STFZ is newsletter « INFO », edited 5 – 7 times per annum, and the www.stfz.art.pl web site. STFZ actively participate in international goldsmithing life cooperating with many goldsmithing associations, nets of contacts and by support to the www.klimt02.net.
à cette page, une galerie de photos des oeuvres des créateurs Polonais

mise à jour sept.2012 : n’arrive plus à la page de STFZ – voir page STFZ sur Facebook

 

Bielak Gallery

http://www.galeriabielak.pl/

Slawkowska St.
Cracovia (Poland/Pologne)
tél : +48 601 43 53 99
fax  +48 12 637 46 34

 

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