Offer - Art Jewelry Forum

Offer – Art Jewelry Forum

March 2023, Half 1

There are various causes to purchase artwork jewellery…

  • Have fun this hard-won promotion
  • Honor a once-in-a-lifetime occasion
  • Pay tribute to an ideal achievement
  • Commemorating the start of a brand new relationship or the tip of a relationship
  • Leap on the right piece to finish one side of your assortment
  • Or put money into 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 sequence permits this intensive worldwide community of galleries to showcase distinctive items which were personally chosen to captivate and encourage you. Have a look. you hardcover to seek out an ideal piece that you could’t dwell with out! (Please contact the gallery instantly for questions.)

Daniel Kruger, Untitled, 2011, pendant, enamel on copper, silver, 120 x 120 x 10 mm, courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso
To contact: Paula Crespo
Artist: daniel krüger
Retail value: 3.700 €

Like all of Daniel Kruger’s work, it is a robust, assertive and modern neckpiece that flirts with outdated recollections. “I exploit pure types and works of every kind, each historic and modern, for concepts,” says the artist. “I react [to] Examples of issues I like, I really feel challenged to take an thought and reinterpret it. I really like the symmetry that pulls the main focus to a middle to intensify the structure and the wearer and that a part of the physique. [on which] half is worn.”

From the Slowdown Series to Gésine Hackenberg, Fireworks
Gésine Hackenberg, Fireworks, from the Slowdown Collection, 2023, brooch, reverse wire, textile, silver, Remanium, 75 x 75 x 25 mm, photograph by artist

Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
To contact: Christmas Guyomarc’h
Artist: Gesine Hackenberg
Retail value: €1,020

“This line of labor emerged from the pandemic period as a interval of radical retreat into the personal sphere,” explains Gésine Hackenberg. “Throughout this time, I had enjoyable with needlepoint, the fantastically coloured fragile threads from my grandmother’s stitching field, and metallic spiral threads from the world of goldwork. It allowed me to remain near my favourite supplies and a jeweler’s microcosm. Photos from the on a regular basis setting instantly flooded into my palms: residence, backyard, strolling within the Dutch setting. The rhythms, patterns and buildings that gathered over time began to resonate in my items.”

Lisa Higgins, LOT 39
Lisa Higgins, LOT 39, 2021, necklace, polyurethane, iron powder, oxidized sterling silver, paint (mulberry pink, white, 24-carat gold), elastic wire, pendant: 900 x 65 x 30 mm, photograph: Karl Pavelin

Gallery: Finger Gallery
To contact: Michael Couper
Artist: Lisa Higgins
Retail value: NZ$950 every

“To mark an event; to match an outfit; commemorate/honor those that handed; to point wealth, patriotism or unity; defend and/or encourage; expressing oneself silently or aloud…” The hole between the outdated and the brand new, LOT 39 combines informal quick vogue multiples with emotionally weighty heirloom treasures as she explores jewellery and causes From the place? Lisa Higgins moved to New Zealand from England in 2003 and graduated from Hungry Creek Faculty of Arts and Crafts with an Superior Diploma (Jewelry) in 2012. Lisa has appeared in quite a few galleries and exhibition areas in New Zealand and abroad. She presently lives and works in Auckland, she.

Kim Buck, Anonymous
Kim Buck, Untitled, 2021, ring, silver, pure gold, dimension US 7.25 (EU17.75), 50 x 40 mm, photograph: artist

Gallery: Platina Stockholm AB
To contact: Sofia Bjorkman
Artist: Kim Buck
Retail value: $1,200

Kim Buck is a jeweler and artist residing in Copenhagen because the 80’s. The benefit record is lengthy, with honorary designations, exhibitions, awards, and recognitions. This can be a signature piece of Buck jewelry, a hoop with a hoop inlay in a customized made field. The portray is an summary form of a stone ring, an iconic form and a trademark of the artist.

Katja Toporski, 50 Ave Marias
Katja Toporski, 50 Ave Marias, 2022, necklace, 1.1 m x 44 mm, silver, eggshell, resin, photograph courtesy of the artist

Gallery: Baltimore Jewelry Center
To contact: Allison Gulick
Artist: Katja Toporski
Retail value: $4,800

“I can have loads of tales to inform,” says artist Katja Toporski. “I am going to simply decide just a few. You’ll be able to deal with the remaining.” Meet with me It presents a brand new workgroup Toporski did in the course of the pandemic, each in his residence studio and at his residences in Finland and Norway. This workgroup is his most private, one-of-a-kind self-portrait ever: inside, exterior, idealized, fictionalized. The murals is concurrently an act of reflection and assimilation and a portrait of the artist’s soul. please go to Meet with me On the Baltimore Jewellery Heart till March 31, 2023.

Åsa Christensson, Spacetime nº5
Åsa Christensson, Spacetime nº5, 2021, brooch, cherry wooden, birch, silver, lacquer, metal, 95 x 40 x 7 mm, photograph: artist

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra
To contact: Tereza Seabra
Artist: Asa Christensson
Retail value: 1.180€ + transport payment

“My inventive work is a method for me to grasp issues,” says Åsa Christensson. “I’m curious [about] the world and any exploration or method of creating sense of all the things. I suppose that is why I am drawn to science. In some ways, I let scientific discoveries clarify my environment. I belief them as translations into comprehensible phrases. As a lot as I benefit from the structured guidelines of scientific work, I’m equally fascinated by what goes past the scientific world. Issues that can not be seen, touched or measured. In some methods these conflicting views do not appear too far aside. Groundbreaking theories may be simply as unusual and unimaginable, inaccessible and incomprehensible to me. I create summary portraits, akin to pictures harking back to issues I’ve by no means seen. Issues are manifestations of a course of, of acceptance, of questioning, of understanding, and of discovering my very own view of actuality.”

Karl Fritsch, Ring
Karl Fritsch, Ring, 2018, 9-carat reddish gold, sapphire, inexperienced garnet, hand-carved moonstone, courtesy of Viceversa

Gallery: Backwards
To contact: ilona Schwippel
Artist: Karl Fritsch
Retail value: 4.500 CHF

Karl Fritsch (DE/NZL) approaches jewellery with sincerity and ease. Its expression manifests itself with nice freedom in each a part of it. Themes range and their references are clear and related. Humor, honesty, and sobriety enable it to blossom in an unprecedented method.

Hanna Liljenberg, In
Hanna Liljenberg, Inside, 2022, brooch, paper, seed bins, brass, acrylic paint, lacquer, metal, 210 x 140 x 50 mm, photograph: artist

Gallery: Four Galleries
To contact: Karin Roy Anderson
Artist: Hanna Liljenberg
Retail value: $1,200

Hanna Liljenberg grew up among the many harsh environments and salty coastal cliffs of Sweden’s west coast. The aesthetics of the panorama colours his work. Pale pink shapes manufactured from paper distinction with burnt black rice; like heather rising on darkish granite. They’re flower shapes rising on branches, maybe even adorned, blood-carrying veins.

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