Offer - Art Jewelry Forum

Offer – Art Jewelry Forum

March 2023, Half 2

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 awesome achievement
  • Commemorating the start of a brand new relationship or the tip of a relationship
  • Bounce on the proper 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 fun and show artwork jewellery. our month-to-month Provide collection 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 awesome piece that you may’t stay with out! (Please contact the gallery straight for questions.)

Hanna Liljenberg, Inside, 2022, brooch, paper, seed bins, brass, acrylic paint, lacquer, metal, 110 x 65 x 30 mm, picture: artist

Gallery: Four Galleries
To contact: Karin Roy Anderson
Artist: Hanna Liljenberg
Retail value: US$480

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 made from paper distinction with burnt black rice; like heather rising on darkish granite. They’re flower shapes rising on the branches, maybe even adorned, blood-carrying veins.

Sophie Hanagarth, Primitive Grotesque—Face to Face
Sophie Hanagarth, Primitive Grotesque—Face to Face, 2021, bracelet, pure iron, picture courtesy of Viceversa

Gallery: Backwards
To contact: ilona Schwippel
Artist: sophie hanagarth
Retail value: 1,260 francs

Sophie Hanagarth (CH/FR) examines the cultural heritage of our society, drawing inspiration from widespread myths in addition to spiritual artwork to element her register of symbols. It shatters the lure of our materials values, questioning our habits, chipping away on the worst supplies with a nimble and delicate hand. It beats iron with a way of thinness and quantity. His reflections on the that means of decoration present a joyful liberation from the tragic nature of the lightness of existence.

Kim Buck, Teflon Heart
Kim Buck, Teflon Coronary heart, 2009, pin, silver, Teflon non-stick coating, 20 x 20 x 10 mm, picture: artist

Gallery: Platina Stockholm AB
To contact: Sofia Bjorkman
Artist: Kim Buck
Retail value: 500 US {dollars}

Kim Buck is a jeweler and artist dwelling in Copenhagen because the 80’s. The benefit listing is lengthy, with honorary designations, exhibitions, awards, and recognitions. This pin is an instance of Buck’s typical idiosyncratic humorousness – a coronary heart full of symbols and lined with a non-stick floor like elusive love itself.

Kelly Ann Temple, Fenestella—Short Peach Pops
Kelly Ann Temple, Fenestella—Brief Peach Pops, earrings, textured pink leather-based, peach powder, silver rivets, silver posts, 44 x 27 mm, picture: Ariel Gilliam

Gallery: Baltimore Jewelry Center
To contact: Allison Gulick
Artist: Kelly Ann Temple
Retail value: 110 US {dollars}

Kelly Ann Temple is an artist and jeweler concerned with our relationship with medical interventions. They’re each impressed and scared of the physique’s skill to adapt, settle for, reject, and restore. Temple works on supplies and varieties that reframe her ideas on the completely different connections between natural and inorganic, animate and inanimate, human and machine. His work captures intimate moments of organic and mechanical contact, whereas addressing concepts of floor, acceptance and transformation.

Caio Mahin, Brincos de Princesa (Princess Earrings)
Caio Mahin, Brincos de Princesa (Princess Earrings), 2022, papier-mâché, silver, licorice important oil, 70 x 20 x 10 mm, picture: Catarina Silva

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra
To contact: Tereza Seabra
Artist: Caio Mahin
Retail value: 180 €, plus transport

Caio Mahin continues his humorous type of expression on this new work as nicely, and carries us to a contented childhood with candy-colored papier-mâchés that scent like little bonbons.

Barry Clarke, Anonymous
Barry Clarke, Untitled, 2022, earrings, (left) rubellite, sterling silver, 40 mm, (proper) beryl, sterling silver, 42 mm, picture: Michael Couper

Gallery: Finger Gallery
To contact: Michael Couper
Artist: barry clarke
Retail value: NZD 370 every pair

Like historic treasures dug from the underside of the ocean, Barry Clark’s jewelery is wealthy and uncooked, revealing historic Greek influences. Unpolished stones work skillfully with gold and silver to create gestural, symbolic items that really feel highly effective and understated. “I used to be born in Surrey, England in 1946,” the artist says, “however I’ve lived in New Zealand sometimes because the 80s and repeatedly since 1991. I’ve all the time painted informally and studied artwork. I’m a self-taught painter and jeweler. I used to be influenced by the Minoan, Cycladic and Celtic cultures, in addition to fashionable artists Brancusi, Picasso, Giacometti and Marini.

Carina Shoshtary from Spindrift, For When We Flourish Series
Carina Shoshtary, Spindrift, from For When We Flourish Collection, 2022, earrings, PLA, glass, classic Lucite, recycled silver, picture by artist

Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
To contact: Christmas Guyomarc’h
Artist: Carina Retailer
Retail value: €360

A model new, refreshing and spring-like collection from Carina Shoshtary.

Kat Mommersteeg, Snow
Ground Mommersteeg, Snow, 2013–2021, brooch, nylon, courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso
To contact: Paula Crespo
Artist: Kat Mommersteeg
Retail value: €360

Ground Mommersteeg’s newest collections characteristic nylon threads that she transforms into intricate, flamboyant items that spark her creativeness. All kinds of strategies, from melting to tying to flattening, end in skillfully detailed meshes. Poetic with their natural leaf shapes or all their cubist angles, these delicate constructions rework into sturdy, eye-catching varieties when worn.

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