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On Supply – Artwork Jewellery Discussion board

November 2023, Half 1

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

  • Have a good time that hard-earned promotion
  • Honor a once-in-a-lifetime event
  • Pay tribute to a serious accomplishment
  • Commemorate the start of a brand new relationship or the top of 1
  • Pounce on the proper piece to spherical out a facet of your assortment
  • Or spend money on a deal with for your self—simply because

Artwork Jewellery Discussion board’s worldwide gallery supporters have fun and exhibit artwork jewellery. Our month-to-month On Supply sequence permits this intensive community of worldwide galleries to showcase extraordinary items personally chosen to tempt and encourage you. Have a look. You’re sure to discover a improbable piece you merely can’t stay with out! (Please contact the gallery straight for inquiries.)

Kat Cole, Untitled
Kat Cole, Untitled, enamel over copper, hand-drawn screenprint design, sterling silver, roughly 12 x 7 inches (305 x 178 mm), picture courtesy of Museum of Craft and Design Museum Retailer

Gallery: Museum of Craft and Design Museum Retailer, San Francisco, CA (click on the identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Ken Irish (click on identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Kat Cole
Retail worth: US$1,500
This gorgeous neckpiece, by famend enamelist Kat Cole, is from her Drawing Collection and manufactured from purple porcelain vitreous enamel on metal. Cole’s work is internationally acknowledged and exhibited and has been revealed in lots of books and articles.

Despo Sophocleous, Detours 44.6423984,-63.5975009 -01
Despo Sophocleous, Detours 44.6423984,-63.5975009 -01, 2023, necklace, maple wooden, silver, string, 9 x 3 inches x ⅝ inches (230 x 75 x 15 mm) open, 3 inches (75 mm) in diameter x 3 inches (75 mm) excessive, picture : Michael Gabriel

Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montreal, Canada (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Noel Guyomarc’h (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Despo Sophocleous
Retail worth: CAN$2,850
Time, place, reminiscence, and motion are essential themes all through Despo Sophocleous’s observe, and basic to those investigations is the physique. Via a observe knowledgeable by strolling, documenting, and dealing with discovered supplies, the artist engages straight together with her environment. After working with planed sheets of kiln-dried wooden in her earlier works, Sophocleous turned invested in a want to seek out instruments and supplies that might be transportable and adaptable and thus got here her investigation of wooden carving from discovered broken or discarded tree branches collected throughout her each day walks. Both storm-fallen or discarded at demolition websites, these branches discover continuity to their story slightly than being fastened on the level the place their story ends. For every specimen, Sophocleous paperwork the date, tree sort, and geographical location of her discovering, and these coordinates develop into the title of every ensuing jewellery object.

Catarina Silva, This Heart of Mine
Catarina Silva, This Coronary heart of Mine, 2023, necklace, copper electroformed plastic, chocolate wrapping paper, copper, metal cable, 7 ⅞ inches (200 mm) in diameter x ¾ inch (20 mm), picture: Pedro Tropa

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra, Lisbon, Portugal (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Tereza Seabra (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Catarina Silva
Retail worth: €1,100, plus delivery
“Reminiscence via photos and pictures that evoke recollections,” says Catarina Silva, describing her work. “A set of celebrations, recollections within the form of sweet wrappers, rigorously laid out and saved. Rituals. A set of knickknack that evokes the perishable fantastic thing about recollections.” These new items by the Portuguese artist have been made for her solo present at Galeria Tereza Seabra, As soon as Upon a Time… It’s on view till November 18, 2023, and speaks concerning the limitless mysteries of affection, want, and reminiscence. These jewels are a contented mixture of conventional artwork nouveau-inspired jewellery, exquisitely crafted, and the ever-present humorousness on this artist’s work.

Joanna Campbell, Ribbon Tie Up and Curved
Joanna Campbell, Ribbon Tie Up and Curved, 2023, necklaces, sterling silver, anodized aluminum, 41 ¼ and 20 ⅝ inches (1,050 mm and 530 mm) lengthy, ⅝ inch (16 mm) huge, picture: Michael Couper

Gallery: Fingers Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Lisa Higgins (click on identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Joanna Campbell
Retail worth: NZ$1,670–NZ$2,670
Joanna Campbell is an award-winning jeweler who has been making since graduating with a bachelor’s diploma in three-dimensional design (Jewelry Main) in 2001. Joanna’s jewellery relies on a love of design mixed with an progressive craft-based observe. Underpinning her work is a fascination with textiles, and an “enthusiasm for making metallic extra fabric-like in all its iterations: the examine of the drape of a grosgrain ribbon; the flexibility of anodized aluminum to soak up dye like silk; or making strings of sequins out of gold and silver…,” she says. Extending her investigation of colour, Campbell is presently experimenting with anodized and dyed aluminum.

Maria Hees, Mille Feuille
Maria Hees, Mille Feuille, 2023, brooches, porcelain, silver, roughly 2 ¾ inches in diameter x ⅜ inch (70 mm in diameter x 10 mm), picture courtesy of Maria Hees and Galerie Door

Gallery: Galerie Door, momentary pop-up in Heusden, Netherlands (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Doreen Timmers (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Maria Hees
Retail prince: €225
Lately, there was a metamorphosis in Maria Hees’s work. Utility worth is not paramount. The picture and uniqueness are actually extra essential. Stacks of skinny coloured layers of porcelain are rolled—and thus deformed, turning into kind of clear—which produces a outcome that isn’t completely predictable. Whether or not it turns into a brooch or a wall object, every object is exclusive. Maria Hees has reinvented herself, mille fois …

Caroline Broadhead, Hollow (Terrazzo)
Caroline Broadhead, Hole (Terrazzo), 2023, necklace, glass beads, thread, picture courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso, Lisbon, Portugal (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Paula Crespo (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Caroline Broadhead
Retail worth: €4,600
“(…) I’ve been involved with objects that come into contact with and work together with the physique,” states Caroline Broadhead. “Recurrent themes are the boundaries of a person or object; be that between floor and inside, presence and absence, private and non-private, or the definition of a way of territory and private area. The work has additionally explored outer extents of the physique as seen via mild, shadows, reflections, and motion.”

Angela Giuliani, Mismatched
Angela Giuliani, Mismatched, 2023, earrings, 18-karat pink gold, 9-karat yellow and pink gold, oxidized sterling silver, 2.68-carat honey quartz, 0.20-carat blue tourmaline, 0.74-carat Australian cinnamon zircon, 0.60-carat Mali garnet, ⅝ inch (17 mm) throughout, ⅝ inch (17 mm) entrance to again (together with earring submit), picture: Jane Bowden

Gallery: Zu design, Melbourne, Australia (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Jane Bowden (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Angela Giuliani
Retail worth: AUS$6,650
Angela Giuliani made this pair of Mismatched earrings for our exhibition Thought-about, which showcased and highlighted the distinctive abilities of every maker. Giuliani creates architecturally impressed frameworks to carry the rigorously chosen gem stones. She builds frameworks to help the stones and to direct their colour in several instructions.

Janna Syvänoja, Necklace
Janna Syvänoja, Necklace, recycled paper, metal wire, 4 ¾ x 2 ¾ x 2 inches (120 x 70 x 50 mm), picture: Sofia Björkman

Gallery: Platina Stockholm AB, Stockholm, Sweden (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Sofia Björkman (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Janna Syvänoja
Retail worth: US$1,600
Janna Syvänoja is thought for her jewellery constituted of recycled printed paper, akin to newspapers, maps, catalogs, and previous books. They’re wealthy by their previous, carrying alongside sure locations and unintentional meanings. This materials additionally provides the items their particular person exterior and inside ornament, their ornamentation. The artist decides how the outcomes needs to be, however in the long run every items take a form of its personal. When sure fashioned elements begin to comply with one another and discover their rhythm within the making, the miracle occurs. It’s a gradual, a meditative, and a really pure course of. Past the language of the fabric, there’s an extra actuality, the data that refers to communication between folks—messages and expressions. A bit of knickknack is worn for a similar function.

Luci Jockel, Lady of Tears
Luci Jockel, Woman of Tears, 2023, rosary, onyx, silver, silver solid bees, mineral crystal, honeybee wings, picture courtesy of Gallery Loupe

Gallery: Gallery Loupe, Montclair, New Jersey (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Patti Bleicher (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Luci Jockel
Retail worth: US$1,400
A lot of the items on this sequence function honeybee wings. To assemble these works, Luci Jockel devised a brand new medium—an amalgam of knickknack and textile—which she phrases “bee wing lace.” Constituted of precise honeybee wings, this progressive materials references the patterns and buildings utilized in material lace and quilts. The work on this sequence pays homage to the labor carried out by honeybees.

Melanie Georgacopoulos, Trillion Earrings
Melanie Georgacopoulos, Trillion Earrings, 18-karat yellow gold with golden, lavender, peacock, and white mother-of-pearl, 1 ¼ x 1 ¼ x ¼ inches (32 x 32 x 6 mm), picture courtesy of Ornamentum Gallery

Gallery: Ornamentum, Hudson, NY (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Stefan Friedemann (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Melanie Georgacopoulos
Retail prince: US$4,900
These gorgeous earrings by Melanie Georgacopoulos are a preview to the artist’s introductory exhibition at Ornamentum. In a refined twist on the traditional gemstone, every aspect is meticulously crafted of mother-of-pearl. Placing, valuable, and refined. Extra photos can be found.

Alexander Blank, Forecast
Alexander Clean, Forecast, 2019/2020, brooch, Corian, silver, 4 ⅝ x 5 ⅜ x ½ inches (117 x 135 x 12 mm), picture: artist

Gallery: 4 Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Karin Roy Andersson (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Alexander Clean
Retail worth: €925
Alexander Clean’s works are tough to explain. They’re humorous, lovely, scary, and infrequently have a sting of irony. Because the viewer, you’re feeling unsure, or possibly challenged. Or possibly each, for the reason that two typically comply with one another. Effectively, you’ll simply need to go for the trip—wherever it takes you.

Jorge Castañón, Parts of a Whole
Jorge Castañón, Elements of a Entire, 2023, pendant, ebony, eucalyptus, discovered wooden, moradillo (Bolivian rosewood), linen, picture: Damian Wasser

Gallery: Jewelers’werk Galerie, Washington, DC (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Ellen Reiben or Brandy Norris (click on names for electronic mail)
Artist: Jorge Castañón
Retail worth: US$1,120
Endearing, whimsical, heartfelt, poetic, and highly effective are among the phrases that describe Jorge Castañón’s work. Castañón—a bricoleur of types—makes use of discovered wooden and different supplies to create his expressive, sculptural items. “In my work, I mix jewellery and carpentry strategies. I assemble with delicacy many supplies which I discover, particularly wooden, small discarded items. They arrive again to have a second probability, to inform a brand new minimal story. I give them a brand new voice,” he explains. Castañón communicates the fragility of his fellow people and the world round them and makes an pressing plea for folks to look at and mend themselves and care for one another. Like his chosen supplies, Castañón sees the worth in issues which might be weathered, damaged, used, and deserted, and the necessity for rescue and rebirth.

Philip Sajet, Potato Chip
Philip Sajet, Potato Chip, ring, amber, gold, picture courtesy of Thereza Pedrosa Gallery

Gallery: Thereza Pedrosa Gallery, Asolo, Italy (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Thereza Pedrosa (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Philip Sajet
Retail worth: €3,660
Philip Sajet’s work is the results of his personal pursuit of magnificence. Every one in all his creations is highly effective and full-filled, with significant emotions for the artist, however on the identical time it’s open to satisfy new meanings from the wearer. This ring is a rare instance of Sajet’s mastery, and it’s merely distinctive for the gorgeous form and composition of the ambers.

Rachel Quinn, Skull Ring
Rachel Quinn, Cranium Ring, 14-karat gold, sterling silver, diamonds, rubies, sapphires, ring measurement: 7, picture: artist

Gallery: Pistachios Up to date Artwork Jewellery, Chicago, IL (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: The Pistachios Crew (click on identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Rachel Quinn
Retail worth: US$1,595
With unbelievable consideration to element, this cranium ring is adorned with a considerable quantity of diamonds, rubies, and sapphires. The high-polished band is made with strong 14-karat gold, as is the crown and the cranium’s entrance tooth. This ring is really museum-worthy, and is indicative of Rachel Quinn’s astounding craftsmanship.

Zhipeng Wang, Tea Brick #1
Zhipeng Wang, Tea Brick #1, 2023, brooch, Chinese language tea, sterling silver, chrome steel, aluminum inside construction, 3 ¾ x 1 ⅞ x 2 inches (94 x 47 x 50 mm), picture: Wanying Xie

Gallery: Baltimore Jewellery Middle, Baltimore, MD (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: Allison Gulick (click on identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Zhipeng Wang
Retail worth: US$740
Zhipeng Wang is a Chinese language jewellery artist presently based mostly in Munich, Germany. He acquired his BFA in jewelry & metallic from the China Academy of Artwork in 2019 and in 2020 he moved to Munich to start postgraduate examine beneath the steering of Prof. Karen Pontoppidan, on the Academy of Superb Arts. Lately an artist-in-residence on the Baltimore Jewellery Middle, Zhipeng attracts inspiration from his wealthy cultural heritage and cross-cultural experiences. Zhipeng’s analysis revolves across the creation of latest artwork jewellery and objects, using distinctive supplies which might be deeply rooted in Chinese language tradition, together with Chinese language tea and rice.

Sigurd Bronger, Sustainable Construction Piece Nr.0875
Sigurd Bronger, Sustainable Building Piece Nr.0875, brooch, previous cardboard field, painted silver, metal, brass, picture courtesy of Galerie Viceversa

Gallery: Galerie Viceversa, Lausanne, Switzerland (click on the gallery identify to hyperlink to the web site)
Contact: ilona Schwippel (click on gallerist’s identify for electronic mail)
Artist: Sigurd Bronger
Retail worth: 2’600 CHF
“How will we expertise the operate of a field and not using a content material?” asks Sigurd Bronger. “Is it a ineffective object you simply throw away or is it one thing you retain? It triggers my curiosity to search for a brand new operate of the bins and convey them into a brand new context. I’m particularly within the void of the field. I need to visualize the void and let it’s imaginary by the scale, weight, and form.” A retrospective exhibition of the gifted Norwegian artist will likely be held at Munich’s well-known Neue Sammlung subsequent spring.

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