On Supply – Artwork Jewellery Discussion board

November, Half 2

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

  • You bought that hard-earned promotion—have a good time!
  • You’re experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime event—honor it.
  • You wrapped up that main accomplishment—pay it tribute.
  • You need to mark the start of a brand new relationship or the top of 1—commemorate it.
  • Maybe it’s an funding—do it!
  • It’s the proper piece to spherical out a facet of your assortment—pounce!
  • Or perhaps it’s as a deal with for your self—simply because.

Artwork Jewellery Discussion board’s worldwide gallery supporters have a good time 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 incredible piece you merely have so as to add to your assortment! (Please contact the gallery straight for inquiries.)

Kath Inglis, Codium + Coraline Epiphytes
Kath Inglis, Codium + Coraline Epiphytes, 2021, brooch, melted plastic wrap, lollipop sticks, epoxy resin, flocking, micro beads, dye, ink, chrome steel, 145 x 50 x 30 mm, picture: Craig Arnold

Gallery: Zu design
Contact: Jane Bowden
Artist: Kath Inglis
Retail value: AUS$600

In 2019, Kath Inglis was awarded a Guildhouse Collections Undertaking with the Adelaide Botanic Gardens to analyze marine algae. This challenge uncovered wealthy entanglements between values, residing and non-living, recognizing constructive pure relationships, inventive hope, and the in search of of fabric justice. “Observing the dried specimens of marine algae by a microscope,” says Inglis, “I regularly referenced their intriguing surfaces to supplies that I used to be conversant in—cling wrap, lollipop sticks, cellophane, fishing line, mesh luggage for oranges, and so forth. Many of those plastic objects are sometimes discarded after a single use. I made a decision to weave these new supplies into my studio exploration.”

Yumiko Matsunaga, Untitled
Yumiko Matsunaga, Untitled, 2022, necklace, enamel on copper, wooden, silk twine, 110 x 80 x 20 mm, picture courtesy of Jewelers’werk Galerie

Gallery: Jewelers’werk Galerie
Contact: Ellen Reiben
Artist: Yumiko Matsunaga
Retail value: US$1,600

Yumiko Matsunaga’s mixed coaching in textiles, metallic sculpture, and jewellery is clear in her delicate, hole cushion-like vessels of enameled copper. With the addition of a easy twine or pin, she transforms the marbled works into treasured necklaces or brooches. Matsunaga’s work explores the connection between colour and feelings. “Feelings embody the current however are sometimes based mostly on the assorted experiences of the previous,” she says. “I’m reminded of this by the colour software of the enamel method, which is created by the superimposition of assorted layers. I need to create jewellery and objects that evoke reminiscences and feelings within the viewer and the wearer by their sense of colour.”

Winfried Krüger, Head
Winfried Krüger, Head, 1984, brooch, aluminum, nickel silver, lacquer, 110 x 77 x 10 mm, picture: Jürgen Eickhoff

Gallery: Galerie Spektrum
Contact: Jürgen Eickhoff
Artist: Winfried Krüger
Retail value: €1,200

For anybody gathering jewellery significantly, this brooch—a historic work by Winfried Krüger, former trainer in Pforzheim—ought to essentially be of their assortment.

Paul Derrez, Rainbow Chain
Paul Derrez, Rainbow Chain, 2021, acrylic, picture: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h

Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
Contact: Noel Guyomarc’h
Artist: Paul Derrez
Retail value: CAN$495

Paul Derrez produced an version of Rainbow Chains as a part of the twenty fifth version of Amsterdam Satisfaction in 2021. Carrying this chain is a self-affirmation for some. For others, it exhibits solidarity and fights homophobia, which sadly continues to be all too current.

Kelly Jean Conroy, Lapis with Moth
Kelly Jean Conroy, Lapis with Moth, necklace, laser-etched lapis, oxidized sterling silver, 51 x 51 mm, picture courtesy of Baltimore Jewellery Heart

Gallery: Baltimore Jewelry Center
Contact: Shane Prada
Artist: Kelly Jean Conroy
Retail value: US$180

Kelly Jean Conroy makes use of jewellery to discover the notion of loss of life as an thought of magnificence and a tangible object to be worn on one’s outer layer. Utilizing childhood reminiscences of nature as a cloth supply, Conroy displays on not understanding loss of life as a toddler. In coming to know what grief feels and appears like, her perspective has modified and he or she believes “all of us carry these moments of sorrow in our internal layers of our being.”

Jelizaveta Suska, Earrings
Jelizaveta Suska, Earrings, 2019, amber, sterling silver, 30 x 15 x 5 mm, picture: Sofia Björkman

Gallery: Platina Stockholm
Contact: Sofia Björkman
Artist: Jelizaveta Suska
Retail value: US$350

These earrings are constituted of amber, a standard materials to make use of for jewellery in Latvia and the Baltic space, the place Jelizaveta Suska grew up. Suska says that the items she makes typically are about nostalgia, a second in time, and a much bigger panorama of creativeness. She has been in search of a approach of materializing these summary issues and associations. The amber materials could be seen as a world in itself, and he or she tries to seek out her personal paths in it.

Beatriz Mora-Hussar, Untitled
Beatriz Mora-Hussar, Untitled, one-of-a-kind necklace, aluminum, 406 x 381 x 25 mm, picture: artist

Gallery: Sculpture To Wear
Contact: Lisa M. Berman
Artist: Beatriz Mora-Hussar
Retail value: US$500

This necklace makes fairly a press release for being priced at $500, and it employs a variety of different strategies in a single piece. It’s hand-crafted by utilizing crocheted beading wire, aluminum, and recycled aluminum trays, and is very light-weight. The suspended tentacles transfer simply with the wearer. Rising artist Beatriz Mora-Hussar initially hails from Venezuela. She was educated within the arts primarily at Fullerton (a scholar of celebrated metalsmith Christina Smith) and works in Southern California. Mora-Hussar has earned 4 scholarships for her jewelry-making craft.

Helena Lehtinen, Untitled
Helena Lehtinen, Untitled, 2020, brooch, classic textiles, glass beads, silver, velvet, silk, 350 x 290 x 10 mm, picture: Johannes Wilenius

Gallery: Four Gallery
Contact: Karin Roy Andersson
Artist: Helena Lehtinen
Retail value: €500

Helena Lehtinen chooses her supplies based mostly on the tales they carry and the reminiscences they evoke. Then a course of begins the place the supplies are labored on and adjusted. Motifs are minimize out and put collectively into new compositions with completely different meanings. Hundreds of beads are sewn onto an embroidery and remodel the mushy material into one thing new—one thing heavy, stiff, swarming, and vivid.

Ildikó Dánfalvi, Birds of Love Series—Last Love
Ildikó Dánfalvi, Birds of Love Sequence—Final Love, 2021, brooch, padouk wooden, brass, silver, 200 x 50 x 20 mm, picture courtesy of the artist and Galerie Door

Gallery: Galerie Door
Contact: Doreen Timmers
Artist: Ildikó Dánfalvi
Retail value: €830

The items in Ildikó Dánfalvi’s Birds of Love collection are hand-carved from pure crimson woods, as a result of the colour crimson stands for love, ardour, power, hearth, and happiness. Love is aware of no limits. It finds us at all ages and in every single place on the planet. “My birds embody the levels of affection: flying free, flying within the stars, flying with one wing, retreating, feeling like a prisoner, shining, feeling secure, and the state of being reborn as a phoenix from mud.” Sufficient causes to start out sporting one in every of these one-of-a-kind brooches!

Nadene Carr, Scribbles
Nadene Carr, Scribbles, 2022, necklaces, sterling silver, copper, enamel paint, twine, (far left excluding twine) 100 x 95 x 15 mm, picture: Michael Couper

Gallery: Fingers Gallery
Contact: Lisa Higgins
Artist: Nadene Carr
Retail value: NZ$360–$420

“Once I have a look at a scribble or some kind of mark making, be it a splatter on a wall or a printed material, I at all times try to discover one thing there,” says Nadene Carr. “A face, a creature, or an alien. One thing at all times pops out.” Carr’s work has a humorousness. Her objects push boundaries of what’s good or dangerous style, and he or she’s not afraid to play with visible parts of ugly and wonder. There seems to be no hierarchy between the 2 aims as they sit alongside and inside one another. Daring, shiny, and daring—Carr makes use of colour and supplies to permit the work to develop into ever so barely awkward and filled with enjoyable.

Timothy Information Limited, Bubbles badge
Timothy Data Restricted, Bubbles badge, metal, brass, powder coat, chrome steel, picture courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso
Contact: Paula Crespo
Artist: Timothy Data Restricted
Retail value: €113

This piece is a part of Galeria Reverso’s Pop It or Pin It exhibition. Every member of the world-famous Extranalities collective began this journey with bubble wrap as their muse and inspiration for brand new work. That is Bubbles, by Timothy Data Restricted. As he would say, “They appear like bubbles, don’t they?”

Benedikt Fisher, Sweetness
Benedikt Fisher, Sweetness, 2012, brooch, plastic, Remanium, 60 x 40 x 18 mm, picture: Catarina Silva

 

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra
Contact: Tereza Seabra
Artist: Benedikt Fisher
Retail value: €240.90, plus delivery

“Some say making is considering along with your palms,” says Benedikt Fisher. “I don’t know. I might by no means say that I perceive every little thing I do, however I undoubtedly assume that there’s something aside from pure rational understanding. Possibly it’s one thing in between. I personally want each, to maintain my head and my palms busy.”

Volker Atrops, Untitled
Volker Atrops, Untitled, brooch, numerous supplies, picture courtesy of Galerie Viceversa

Gallery: Galerie Viceversa
Contact: ilona Schwippel
Artist: Volker Atrops
Retail value: 220 CHF, plus delivery

“The want to put on jewellery is an harmless and pure act,” says the German artist Volker Atrops, “sensual but in addition a really historical want. As hair turns into decoration, the decoration is linked to life, to our physique and to the refusal of loss of life. One of many qualities of bijou is to be so near the physique that it participates in its existence. When artwork is within the illustration, the jewel is inserted within the lived, it melts within the current time. With this accent we graft a element to the life in what it has of [the] mortal, we enrich it. And we unite it with the human. By making items that will likely be worn, I add one thing to your individual.” Atrops selects items of costume jewellery and places them in a really particular context. His intervention on the piece itself is an assumed creative act that adjustments the situation of the piece.