On Supply – Artwork Jewellery Discussion board

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

  • You bought that hard-earned promotion—rejoice!
  • As a present for somebody who loves artwork jewellery as a lot as you do—hurrah!
  • You’re experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime event—honor it.
  • You wrapped up that main accomplishment—pay it tribute!
  • You wish to mark the start of a brand new relationship or the tip of 1—commemorate it.
  • It’s your birthday—have a cheerful one!
  • Possibly it’s an funding—do it.
  • It’s the proper piece to spherical out a facet of your assortment—pounce!
  • Or maybe it’s to deal with your self—simply because.

Artwork Jewellery Discussion board’s worldwide gallery supporters rejoice and exhibit artwork jewellery. Our month-to-month On Supply collection permits this in depth community of worldwide galleries to showcase extraordinary items personally chosen to tempt and encourage you. Have a look. You’re certain to discover a implausible piece you merely have so as to add to your assortment! (Please contact the gallery instantly for inquiries.)

Aaron Decker, Lil Bomb Blue
Aaron Decker, Lil Bomb Blue, 2021, brooch/artwork object, silver, copper, enamel, 25 x 51 x 51 mm, picture: artist

Artist: Aaron Decker
Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, bijoux et objets contemporains
Contact: Noel Guyomarc’h
Retail: US$800

Aaron Decker is a graduate of the Maine School of Artwork (BFA 2012) and the Cranbook Academy of Artwork (MFA 2015). Upon commencement, his work was awarded the Mercedes Benz Rising Artist Award and the Marzee Graduate Prize. Decker’s work is broadly exhibited in america and internationally. He makes use of enamel freely in an effort to render a relatively irreverent iconography. His newest assortment is impressed by mechanical toys and youngsters’s drawings. It’s the results of a group of furtive recollections and Decker’s blended fascination and worry of clowns. The ensuing items mix each darkish and reassuring recollections. They take us right into a panorama to discover that of childhood.

 

Catherine Truman, White Leaf #1
Catherine Truman, White Leaf #1, 2018, brooch, paper and cotton compound, thermoplastic, metal, 255 x 100 x 50 mm, picture: Grant Hancock

Artist: Catherine Truman
Gallery: Funaki
Contact: Katie Scott
Retail: AUS$3,600

It is a important work by famend Australian artist Catherine Truman. It marks some extent in her exploration of the boundaries between artwork and science. On this piece, she makes use of paper compounds and thermoplastic to tease out some concepts concerning the vascular methods of vegetation (on this case, bok choy). Truman made it throughout her residency within the ophthalmology division at Flinders College. It’s considered one of her final jewellery works earlier than she expanded the scope of her observe. She now focuses on installations, video, and sculpture. As a piece to put on, this brooch has all the paradox and majesty that typifies these later, bigger initiatives. A companion brooch to this piece is within the assortment of the Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris.

 

Nicole Dest-Forrester, Hear No Evil, See a Little Bit, Speak on Nothing
Nicole Dest-Forrester, Hear No Evil, See a Little Bit, Communicate on Nothing, 2021, ring, SLA resin, 25 x 19 x 19 mm (sizes differ: 5, 6, 6), picture: artist

Artist: Nicole Dest-Forrester
Gallery: Baltimore Jewellery Middle
Contact: Shane Prada
Retail: US$150 for the set of three

Nicole Dest-Forrester is a multidisciplinary artist. She creates clothes, footwear, jewellery, and objects. Dest-Forrester graduated from Towson College in 2020 with a BFA in interdisciplinary object design. She is a latest artist-in-residence on the Baltimore Jewellery Middle. Through the residency, she explored wax working and casting, 3D design, and creating grillz. The rings on this collection had been designed utilizing Rhino. She printed them in resin. Of her artwork, Dest-Forrester says, “I wish to make folks really feel. I’m not significantly involved with what you’re feeling, so long as it’s shifting. The power to really feel emotion is considered one of life’s greatest treats, and also you’ll at all times be excited for a deal with.”

 

Ulrich Reithofer, Lil Steps
Ulrich Reithofer, Lil Steps, 2011/2021, earrings, ebony, padouk, amaranth, marimba, nut wooden, bone/glue, gold, silver, 102 x 20 x 311 mm (standing open), picture: Ornamentum

Artist: Ulrich Reithofer
Gallery: Ornamentum
Contact: Stefan Friedemann
Retail: US$2,200

Merely a superb pair of earrings—whimsical and daring. Delicately constructed and really mild for simple put on. The 2 halves sway towards one another to nice impact when worn. The ladders stand for show.

 

Joohee Han, Untitled
Joohee Han, Untitled, 2021, brooch, eggshell, silicone, stainless-steel, 65 x 70 x 35 mm, picture courtesy of Jewelers’werk Galerie

Artist: Joohee Han
Gallery: Jewelers’werk Galerie
Contact: Ellen Reiben
Retail: US$800

The eggshell fragments embedded in silicone make this a novel piece. It’s versatile and light-weight.

 

Jutta Klingebiel, Left Eye
Jutta Klingebiel, Left Eye, 2020, pendant, enamel, copper, 18-karat gold, 30 mm, picture: artist

Artist: Jutta Klingebiel
Gallery: 4 Gallery
Contact: Karin Roy Andersson
Retail: €1,720

Jutta Klingebiel works with arduous, long-lasting supplies resembling gold, silver, stainless-steel, and enamel. The colours and the small print are rigorously added. Though this pendant is small, it has an intense expression.

 

Luci Jockel, Ghoul I
Luci Jockel, Ghoul I, 2020, brooch, aluminum, metatarsal bone from a doe, vertebrae, picture courtesy of Gallery Loupe

Artist: Luci Jockel
Gallery: Gallery Loupe
Contact: Patti Bleicher
Retail: US$350

Ghoul 1 displays on historic and present-day invasive medical procedures and units.

 

Andy Lowrie, Care Package
Andy Lowrie, Care Bundle, 2021, necklace, brass, enamel paint, 483 x 279 x 76 mm, picture: artist

Artist: Andy Lowrie
Gallery: Within the Gallery at Brooklyn Metallic Works
Contact: Brian Weissman
Retail: US$2,500

Andy Lowrie pursues expressions of decoration and ornament that problem hierarchies of fabric worth. These additionally embrace a conscious exploitation of fabric and course of. Lowrie makes use of mark making, floor manipulation, and erasure. He does so to discover the potential of course of as metaphor. The objects come to embody change by means of reducing, bending, portray, and sanding. They sympathize with our journey as folks negotiating life with one another. The work has a robust materials presence. However it’s actually about gaining perception into the way in which we make ourselves. Fears and wishes are concurrently current on this piece. It carries an power on par with the long-lasting or superstitious, extremely outdated and completely new.

 

Manon van Kouswijk, No Worry Beads
Manon van Kouswijk, No Fear Beads, 2011, necklace, porcelain, glaze, thread, roughly 350 mm lengthy, picture: Jeremy Dillon

Artist: Manon van Kouswijk
Gallery: Platina Stockholm
Contact: Sofia Björkman
Retail: US$1,900

Manon van Kouswijk explores the visible and conceptual potentials of archetypal jewellery. She interprets them by means of a spread of supplies and making processes. All through her profession, the beaded necklace has been her trademark. The works originate from a conceptual method to creating. On the similar time, van Kouswijk embraces the sensual qualities of jewellery objects. She achieves this in her use of colour, and within the work’s weight, sound, rhythm, and materials expression. Van Kouswijk is an artist from the Netherlands. She has lived and labored in Melbourne, Australia, since 2010.

Paula Crespo, Necklace
Paula Crespo, Necklace, 2012, silver, turquoise, jade, 230 mm in diameter, picture: João Carvalho de Sousa

Artist: Paula Crespo
Gallery: Galeria Reverso
Contact: Paula Crespo
Retail: €1,980

Metallic materials, versatile or articulated constructions that form and adapt themselves to the motion of the physique, and even surpass it, are among the merchandise and kinds that prevail within the work of Paula Crespo.

 

Asagi Maeda, What’s in Your Shopping Bag? A Pearl Necklace and a Bouquet 💐
Asagi Maeda, What’s in Your Procuring Bag? A Pearl Necklace and a Bouquet 💐, 2021, earrings, sterling silver, 18-karat gold, Plexiglas, pearls, pink tourmaline, picture courtesy of the artist

Artist: Asagi Maeda
Gallery: Mydaybyday Gallery
Contact: Laura H Aureli
Retail: €1,900

 This month, Mydaybyday Gallery, in Rome, options Japanese artist Asagi Maeda. These lovely earrings are from the collection What’s in Your Procuring Bag? A Pearl Necklace and a Bouquet 💐. They’re product of sterling silver, 18-karat gold, Plexiglas, pearls, and pink tourmaline. “I used to be requested to make sq. earrings to go together with my division bangle bracelet,” explains Maeda. “So I made the buying bag earrings. In your bag, the sensation, the dream, and the love can be full of the precise merchandise. They’re generally much more valuable to us.”

 

Marianne Schliwinski, Chain
Marianne Schliwinski, Chain, 2017/2018, necklace, papier-maché, lacquer, black baroque pearls, about 320 cm lengthy, picture: Jürgen Eickhoff

Artist: Marianne Schliwinski
Gallery: Galerie Spektrum
Contact: Jürgen Eickhoff
Retail: €2,400

You may put on this chain as a really lengthy assertion. Or you’ll be able to put on it wrapped twice or thrice round your neck. Because of its supplies, it’s fairly mild and really comfy to put on.

 

Alejandra Ferrer Escobar, Bartolomeu
Alejandra Ferrer Escobar, Bartolomeu, 2021, brooch, egg membrane, resin, alpaca, 110 x 120 x 100 mm, picture: Pedro Sequeira

Artist: Alejandra Ferrer Escobar
Gallery: Tereza Seabra
Contact: Tereza Seabra
Retail: €1,400, plus delivery

This work is by the younger artist Alejandra Ferrer Escobar. It’s made with egg membrane and resin. It’s a part of the exhibition Vade Retro, built-in in Chilly Sweat, the first Lisbon Up to date Jewelry Biennial. “We’ve all let ourselves get seduced by the magic of our childhood fairy tales: frogs that flip into princes, genii who grant us needs, godmothers who save us from curses, or princes who heal us with kisses of affection. However within the actuality of our grownup lives, when confronted with occasions past our understanding and which we might make disappear like magic, our childhood heroes don’t come to our rescue. The unintelligible and the manifestations of evil spirits and supernatural forces have at all times weighed on the future of males. For that reason, and to combat the unknown, human lives have been sacrificed, temples constructed, gods invoked, and objects of safety, amulets, and talismans made to beat the worry of the unknown.”

 

Matthew McIntyre-Wilson, Muka Face Mask
Matthew McIntyre-Wilson, Muka Face Masks, 2020, muka with tanekaha dye, 220 x 160 x 600 mm, {photograph} copyright of and courtesy of Auckland Artwork Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, picture: Paul Chapman

Artist: Matthew McIntyre-Wilson
Gallery: Fingers Gallery
Contact: Lisa Higgins
Retail: NZ$4,000

“In his observe, Matthew McIntyre-Wilson often re-envisages customary Māori taonga (treasures) in up to date supplies and designs,” wrote the Auckland Artwork Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, “however with Muka Face Masks (2020), he does the reverse. Now imbued with extremely up to date significance, the surgical facemask right here is reframed throughout the visible language of customary Māori adornment. Responding to the latest international pandemic occasions of COVID-19, wherein private safety is now important, the artist applies his weaving information and technical experience to creating facemasks out of muka fiber. In doing so, he symbolically invests the masks with the protecting qualities historically related to kaitaka and pāke (cloaks). Rigorously crafted from pure supplies and made for longevity, Muka Face Masks is the alternative of the merchandise it references, elevating questions on how we understand and work together with objects in day by day life and their relationship to previous, current, and future.”

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