Offer - Art Jewelry Forum

Offer – Art Jewelry Forum

February 2023, Half 1

There are a lot of causes to purchase artwork jewellery…

  • Have a good time this hard-won promotion
  • Honor a once-in-a-lifetime occasion
  • Pay tribute to an important achievement
  • Commemorating the start of a brand new relationship or the top of a relationship
  • Bounce on the right piece to finish one side of your assortment
  • Or spend money on a feast for your self—as a result of

Worldwide Artwork Jewellery Discussion board gallery supporters have a good time and show artwork jewellery. our month-to-month Provide collection permits this in depth worldwide community of galleries to showcase distinctive items which have been personally chosen to captivate and encourage you. Have a look. you hardcover to search out an important piece that you could’t stay with out! (Please contact the gallery straight for questions.)

Aaron Decker, Queen’s Ring #3, 2022, 18k rose gold, garnet, ruby, rhodolite, pink tourmaline, 26 x 26 x 10 mm, ring dimension 7 (might be ordered to measure), Courtesy of Süslemeum

Gallery: Shush
To contact: Stefan Friedemann
Artist: Aaron Decker
Retail value: $5,800

Iterations Queen’s Ring, Decoration by Aaron Decker was first offered at Salon Artwork & Design Honest as a part of Decker’s exhibition. All of the Queen’s Males. The rings deliver a up to date interpretation to the age-old theme of jewel-encrusted jewelry. A zigzag sample types the bottom of every ring, whereas dictating the association of assorted stone shapes and colours into an lively, playful composition. Made in crimson gold with a wide range of pink and crimson gems, this instance makes the right Valentine’s Day ring for queens of any gender.

Joo Hyung Park, Reunion 21-13
Joo Hyung Park, Confluence 21-13, 2021, brooch, bubinga wooden, herbivore (pure lacquer), sterling silver, 90 x 115 x 60 mm, picture: artist

Gallery: Four Galleries
To contact: Karin Roy Anderson
Artist: Joo Hyung Park
Retail value: $1,050

The interplay between the hand and the fabric and the sensory impressions from the ensuing object are an necessary a part of Joo Hyung Park’s work. Jewellery and objects take their remaining form relying on the supplies which are formed in and within the palms of the artist. As a logical conclusion, the result’s normally bodily objects reminiscent of corpus, cutlery, and jewellery.

Brice Garrett, Untitled (Idar-Oberstein 3)
Brice Garrett, Untitled (Idar-Oberstein 3), 2023, brooch, jasper, pewter, silver, metal, 64 x 51 x 13 mm, picture courtesy of the artist

Gallery: Baltimore Jewelry Center
To contact: Allison Gulick
Artist: Brice Garrett
Retail value: 600 US {dollars}

Brice Garrett began making brooches Untitled (Idar-Oberstein 3) He accomplished it at a guesthouse on the Jakob Bengel Basis in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, and through his micro-residence on the Baltimore Jewellery Middle. The research continues its analysis into utilizing and fine-tuning mould making and casting processes. This collection combines concise processes to form, carve and create mold-like cavities earlier than pouring tin to fill types and spotlight the fabric’s molten qualities. Garrett is an artist based mostly in Brooklyn, NY. Historically skilled as a metalsmith, his work ranges throughout disciplines and media, leading to wearable gadgets, sculptures, installations and participatory tasks. Garrett earned his MFA from Konstfack College School of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, Sweden, and his BA from San Diego State College.

Carla Castiajo, Defumação and Sedução - O Fumo Aromático que Deixa Tudo ao Rubro
Carla Castiajo, Defumação e Sedução – O Fumo Aromático que Deixa Tudo ao Rubro, 2022, brooch, artificial hair, false eyelashes, mesh, leather-based, garnet, metallic, silver, courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso
To contact: Paula Crespo
Artist: Carla Castiajo
Retail value: €810

Carla Castiajo is contemplating utilizing human hair, her most popular materials for fragrance as soon as once more. On this piece, an explosion of crimson evokes pleasure, eroticism and revolution alongside hearth and blood.

Doris Betz, Bari, Visage Chart II
Doris Betz, Bari, Tableau des Visages II, 2022, brooch, silver, knitting, L 9 cm W 6.5 cm, picture: artist

Gallery: Platina Stockholm AB
To contact: Sofia Bjorkman
Artist: doris betz
Retail value: US$1,150

Doris Betz’s creative follow is characterised by fluid actions that stem from her ingenuity and braveness to experiment. This maxim is the road during which he experiences freedom. She paints straight on sheets of white polystyrene and provides a silver backing, turning the drawings into wearable work. The result’s lovely, versatile and easy-to-wear jewellery. Betz is an artist from Germany. She acquired her diploma from the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich in 1996.

Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Red
Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Crimson, necklace, beads, chrome steel wire, 380 x 250 x 10 mm, picture: @Catarina Silva

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra
To contact: Tereza Seabra
Artist: Verena Sieber-Fuchs
Retail value: €2,200, plus transport

Verena Sieber-Fuchs typically makes objects that may be worn as jewellery. She makes use of the crochet approach she. Whereas knitting with skinny metal wire, different supplies reminiscent of aluminum foil, flakes, beads, onion skins are available in between… A construction with the fullness, richness and adaptability of fur is created when utilized in massive portions. Due to this, their collars fall easily on the physique. The objects are sometimes purely lovely and ornamental, but additionally repeatedly consult with social themes. For instance, the medication pack collar is a press release in regards to the overuse of drugs in our society.

Gigi Mariani, Big Assault
Gigi Mariani, Huge Assault, ring, 18k yellow gold, silver, patina, 30 x 30 x 29 mm, picture, courtesy of Thereza Pedrosa Gallery

Gallery: Thereza Pedrosa Gallery
To contact: Thereza Pedrosa
Artist: Gigi Mariani
Retail value: 4.520€

Gigi Mariani discovered a option to mix her two passions within the artwork of jewellery; portray and jewelry. Mariani’s work combines the technical excellence of her goldsmith schooling with the extraordinary expressive energy of her years of dedication to portray. Every of his works encapsulates his most intimate emotions and most stressed ideas in regards to the world in works which are equally poetic and highly effective.

Lynn Batchelder, Temporary Necklace
Lynn Batchelder, Provisional Pendant, 2022, anodized and painted aluminum, courtesy of Gallery Loupe

Gallery: Gallery Magnifier
To contact: Patti Bleicher
Artist: Lynn Batchelder
Retail value: $1,200

Lynn Batchelder is an interdisciplinary artist navigating the house between two and three dimensions. The floor shade for this pendant is created by anodizing aluminum in order that it might take paint. Markers are used to attract and paint the metallic, then colorant is embedded to make the ultimate floor sturdy.

Mirjam Hiller, The Sound of Colors, Together
Mirjam Hiller, The Sound of Colours, Collectively, 2022, reversible necklace, chrome steel, paint, fishing line, 690 x 30–85 x 30 mm, picture by artist

Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
To contact: Christmas Guyomarc’h
Artist: Mirjam Hiller
Retail value: 5,250 Canadian {dollars}

Sound of Colours Mirjam Hiller’s new assortment. He organizes the association of lower items or chosen shapes from painted chrome steel based on the colours and shapes they evoke, suggesting a brand new feeling every time.

Otto Kunzli, August XXII
Otto Künzli, Auge XXII, 2019, brooch, onyx, gold, Resopal, 127 x 72 x 28 mm, picture courtesy of the artist

Gallery: funaki
To contact: katie scott
Artist: Otto Kunzli
Retail value: $10,400

This is likely one of the newest iterations in Otto Künzli’s ongoing exploration of the attention’s nature, its cultural historical past, and its place within the artwork canon. August, Along with being a determine in Greek mythology (its identify means “daybreak” or “sunbeam”), it describes an elliptical form produced by squeezing parts of sure metamorphic rocks into an eye-like kind. On this notably lovely instance, the attention kind is onyx, an ideal, darkish ellipse set inside a linoleum backing and adorned with a wild golden eyebrow on the prime. “I feel,” says gallery proprietor Katie Scott, “is likely one of the finest works by this grasp jeweler/artist to have graced the market shortly.”

Claude Chavent, Features
Claude Chavent, Specs, 2014, brooch, patina metal, 83 mm diameter, courtesy of Viceversa

Gallery: Backwards
To contact: ilona Schwippel
Artist: by Claude Chavent
Retail value: 1,500 CHF

French sculptor Claude Chavent (1947–2023) mastered the artwork of giving the impression of quantity to a flat object. Like this brooch, the floor is made from burnished metal, which creates an optical phantasm of aid. “As a jewelery designer and sculptor, a theme, virtually an obsession, drives me to play with quantity, weight, motion and stability,” Chavent stated. “I exploit perspective and trompe-l’oeil to do that. A barely inflated drawing, a quantity created by a slight fold, or a floor work that encourages gentle to mirror in varied instructions to create the phantasm of depth on a flat lower metal plate. Trompe-l’oeil is to not deceive, however to arouse suspicion…” Chavent handed away initially of January, leaving an important work in our palms and in entrance of our eyes, in an effort to really feel lightness, timelessness and the seek for gentle.

Susannah Gai, Shire Glade
Susannah Gai, Shire Glade, 2022, ring, engraved opal and pariba tourmalines, diamonds, sapphires, 18kt pink/yellow/white gold, finger dimension P, ring width at prime 18mm x 25mm, top from base of band to prime of rabbit 26, 5mm, picture: Jane Bowden

Gallery: design
To contact: Jane Bowden
Artist: Susannah Gai
Retail value: $21,000 USD

“Susannah Gai joined us in 2022 as an entry tenant working in our studio at Zu design,” says gallery proprietor Jane Bowden. “We actually loved seeing the wide range of abilities he put collectively to create his very advanced items.” His love of stone carving informs his work. Shire Glade It’s a great instance of Susannah’s stone carving, the place each the opal bunny and tourmaline flowers have been created by hand. The element on this piece is fairly superb.

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