October 2022, Section 2

There are such a lot of causes to buy artwork jewellery…

  • You were given that hard earned promotion—have fun!
  • You’re experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime instance—honor it.
  • You wrapped up that main accomplishment—pay it tribute.
  • You need to mark the start of a brand new courting or the top of 1—commemorate it.
  • In all probability it’s an funding—do it!
  • It’s the easiest piece to spherical out a facet of your assortment—pounce!
  • Or possibly it’s as a deal with for your self—simply because.

Artwork Jewellery Discussion board’s world gallery supporters have fun and showcase artwork jewellery. Our per thirty days On Be offering sequence lets in this in depth community of world galleries to exhibit bizarre items individually decided on to tempt and encourage you. Have a look. You’re certain to search out an implausible piece you merely have so as to add on your assortment! (Please touch the gallery without delay for inquiries.)

Helen Friesacher, 7 Barres
Helen Friesacher, 7 Barres, 2018, necklace, clear tooth on tombac and 18-karat gold, roughly 600 mm, picture: Eva Juenger
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Gallery: Gallery Viceversa
Touch: ilona Schwippel
Artist: Helen Friesacher
Retail worth: 2,190 CHF

Geometry is on the center of Helen Friesacher’s paintings. Dealing with curves and angles of folding, she creates shortcuts through which our imaginative and prescient hits different modules, splitting the frame of this subject matter handed during the hearth. With the successive vitrifications enhancing the outside, the artist influences our belief, the usage of the play of transparencies to open a global of colours to the horizons connecting previous and long run.

Marianne Schliwinski, Golden Eight
Marianne Schliwinski, Golden 8, 2010, brooch, bark, paint, glass figure-eight, 83 x 80 x 28 mm, picture: Jürgen Eickhoff

Gallery: Galerie Spektrum
Touch: Jürgen Eickhoff
Artist: Marianne Schliwinski
Retail worth: €1,650

Marianne Schliwinski’s brooch, Golden 8, combines the emblem of eternity, the colour of abundance, and the fabric of nature. Those other symbols are introduced in combination via the artist in a harmonic team spirit. In Schliwinski’s paintings you all the time in finding components that require a 2nd glance.

Steven KP, Relief Necklace I
Steven KP, Aid Necklace I, 2022, ebonized hand-carved cherry wooden, sterling silver, deerskin wire, 533 x 51 x 32 mm, every panel 108 x 51 mm, picture courtesy of Gallery Loupe

Gallery: Gallery Loupe
Touch: Patti Bleicher
Artist: Steven KP
Retail worth: US$2,800

To start with look the chic picket jewellery via American artist Steven KP (he/they) seems to be simply that. But those lyrical items should even be learn as metaphors for the queer lived enjoy. Even if no longer readily obvious upon an preliminary viewing, their swish, meticulously carved gestures denote a necessity amongst queer other people to cross as typical to be secure, simply as the jewellery in truth passes between areas by the use of flowing strains which, nevertheless, stay desk bound—thus symbolizing strong queer relationships and dependencies—every self-reliant because it loops round and folds over onto itself.

Jenny Edlund, Arguing with Nature, Extension I
Jenny Edlund, Arguing with Nature, Extension I, brooch, wooden, rhinestone jewellery, silver, metal, 90 x 60 x 30 mm, picture courtesy of 4 Gallery

Gallery: 4 Gallery
Touch: Karin Roy Andersson
Artist: Jenny Edlund
Retail worth: US$410

Jewellery artwork is a collaboration between the mind and the frame. Concepts create nerve impulses that begin a fancy sequence of actions and they’re suffering from the qualities of the fabrics and gear. New indicators are despatched again, leaving their imprint and transferring the method ahead. To Jenny Edlund, art-jewelry-making is some way of processing impressions. Large questions and small issues are treated thru her ingenious procedure.

Esther Heite, Earrings
Esther Heite, Earrings, gold-plated stainless-steel, 100 mm, picture courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso
Touch: Paula Crespo
Artist: Esther Heite
Retail worth: €180

Those superb lengthy earrings are mild and simple to put on.

Elin Flognman, Knife, 2016, brooch, wooden, pigment, metal, 150 x 40 x 20 mm, picture: Sofia Björkman

Gallery: Platina Stockholm
Touch: Sofia Björkman
Artist: Elin Flognman
Retail worth: US$400

Elin Flognman’s paintings is a tribute to on a regular basis existence and the issues that encompass us. What we won’t have idea may well be jewellery is strictly what she selections up and makes jewellery from. It may be a potato or a butter knife, as an example. At ties, she places in combination subject matter in some way that turns attractiveness into ugliness or the opposite direction round. The effects are all the time surprising and full of humor. Elin Flognman is a Swedish jewellery artist. She gained her MFA in jewellery artwork from HDK – College of Design and Crafts, in Gothenburg, in 2013.

Philippa Crane, Nga Roimata o Tane Mahuta (The Tears of Tāne Mahuta)
Philippa Crane, Nga Roimata o Tane Mahuta (The Tears of Tāne Mahuta), 2022, earrings, macadamia, red center, lignum vita, ebony, pure gold leaf, sterling silver, (left pair) 55 x 17 mm, picture: Michael Couper

Gallery: Palms Gallery
Touch: Lisa Higgins
Artist: Philippa Crane
Retail worth: Each and every NZ$420

Philippa Crane is in response to Waiheke Island, New Zealand. She works basically with herbal fabrics, honoring the land and highlighting the sweetness that surrounds us. Those strikingly gorgeous items had been made in reminiscence of New Zealand’s death Kauri bushes, which flip the woodland ground yellow with their fallen leaves … aptly named “the tears of Tāne Mahuta.” (Tāne Mahuta is the god of the woodland.)

Danielle Rickaby, d shackle
Danielle Rickaby, d shackle, 2022, neckpiece, lamp-worked borosilicate glass, hyperlinks 16 x 35 mm, 750 mm lengthy, pendant from bar 55 mm, picture: Jane Bowden

Gallery: Zu design
Touch: Jane Bowden
Artist: Danielle Rickaby
Retail worth: AUS$550

d shackle, in child red, was once made as a part of a chain of 3 lamp-worked borosilicate glass neckpieces via Danielle Rickaby. The piece is made completely of glass, together with the catch. This paintings was once created for an exhibition of native South Australian makers these days appearing at Zu design. The gallery invited makers to answer the name Odds & Ends.

Kathleen Lamberti, Growth Brooch
Kathleen Lamberti, Expansion Brooch, oxidized sterling silver, copper tooth, polymer clay, picture courtesy of Sculpture To Put on

Gallery: Sculpture To Put on
Touch: Lisa M. Berman
Artist: Kathleen Lamberti
Retail worth: US$495

Kathleen Lamberti is an achieved, established Jeweler, who, like many people, has traversed existence’s demanding situations and been ready to navigate new tactics of operating, inventing new tactics of the usage of tactics and mediums to specific her creativity in general authenticity. The brooch is within the starter piece class, the go-to object for a brand new artwork jewellery collector—and it’s going to indubitably stay a staple. That is an impactful variety with daring colour as the point of interest. It exudes a refined textural cadence throughout many of the shape and it explores form the usage of an surprising edge. Lamberti’s brooch navigates texture, colour, and scale superbly.

Jennifer Moore, Big Barbie Lips
Jennifer Moore, Large Barbie Lips, 2022, brooch, anodized and die-formed titanium, metal, 44 x 70 mm, picture courtesy of the artist

Gallery: Baltimore Jewellery Middle
Touch: Shane Prada
Artist: Jennifer Moore
Retail worth: US$175

This piece is a part of a suite that speaks to the wearer concerning the nostalgia of county gala’s and the innocence of younger transgressions. Iridescent colours seize the pride of inexpensive drugstore nail polish, and so they remind the wearer of sizzling summer season nights out past due staring at rock live shows. Jennifer Moore finished her MFA in Jewellery + Metals at San Diego State College in 2021.

Andrea Wagner, Untitled
Andrea Wagner, Untitled, pendant, resin, silver, glass, paper, wire 60 x 60 x 30 mm, picture: artist

Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
Touch: Noel Guyomarc’h
Artist: Andrea Wagner
Retail worth: CAN$255

Water is all over, crucial to all varieties of existence. It soothes us thru its comfortable splashes, and its glowing waterways carry us peace and quietness. Andrea Wagner’s works are composed of crystals which can be both lower in quartz or forged in clear resin, and wherein one can glimpse the photographed or drawn patterns of ripples and reflections at the floor of the water. The faceted crystals evoke the shimmer of the ocean whilst bearing a mess of translucent granules which can be harking back to high quality droplets. Wagner seems to be on the everlasting nature of water, which is able to alternate its state infinitely—from cast to liquid to gasoline.

Catarina Silva, Aquele Querido Mês de Agosto (Our Beloved Month of August)
Catarina Silva, Aquele Querido Mês de Agosto (Our Liked Month of August), 2021, necklace, previous cookie field, glass beads, 440 x 210 x 5 mm (dimensions variable), picture courtesy of Galeria Tereza Seabra

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra
Touch: Tereza Seabra
Artist: Catarina Silva
Retail worth: €920, plus transport

“Love letters, an previous picture, a rock with your loved one’s identify, a damaged beaded necklace, a swimming pool … what number of recollections will also be stored in an previous cookie field! Recollections of intimate relationships which can be accrued and which can be recalled in depression days.” —Catarina Silva, 2021