Julia Walter is interested in temporary solutions. She says: Since I live in the Netherlands I find myself surrounded by temporary solutions a lot. I was especially surprised and fascinated how houses in the center of Amsterdam are temporarily fixed and protected from bending over and falling to the side.I started a collection of photos that… Read more »
Manon describe about her work: Manon is interested in the universal qualities of jewellery and other personal objects, the value and meaning they represent and the different roles they have in exchanges between people as gifts, souvenirs, heirlooms. In her work she makes aspects of the way we use and handle things visible in the… Read more »
Is it a flower, is it moss? Hanna Liljenberg uses paper, paint, lacquer and silver when she creates her beautiful little pieces of art. It looks almost alive – don’t you think? Take a look at her website.
Nature is very often a source of inspiration for the works showed at this blog. It is also the case for Sanna Svedestedt in her RAW collection. She writes about her work: ABOUT THE RAW SERIES This collection is inspired by the clash between nature and modern society. The pieces have an organic quality that… Read more »
Find more of her work that can be worn by both women and men at her website.
It is not often that we see the process of making the jewellery. It is the final result that matters for most of us. The process of making the jewellery can, however, be very interesting. Can it also be beautiful and of interest to the audience? Gitte Nygaard asked herself that question in her collection Cherryup. She writes… Read more »
Find more about the work of Jiro Kamata here: www.jirokamata.com www.facebook.com/kamatajiro
All images from this gallery.
Find more of her work at her website.
I have previously showed items by Alissia Melka-Teichroew. At this blog I have so far mostly shown jewellery alone – without any people at the images. It is however quit interesting what happens when the jewellery is worn by a person. Therefore this year i will show you more images of jewellery AND people together…. Read more »
You can see more at the website.
I have featured Hedda Bjerkeli in a previous blogpost. I simply find her work so inspiring that I would like to show you some more of it. View more images at her beautiful website.
These pieces of jewellery are from the collection The Bearing Providers, 2012. She writes about the collection: A collection of paired pendants on the idea of being present and wearing a presence. This series of work comes from a basic approach to the material, and the form appears by a simple process of taking off. The making… Read more »
Simply beautiful. Kayo Saito’s website.
I can keep looking at these amazing pieces of jewellery – and imagine the stories behind. You find much more of her work at her website.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Dear readers – HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU. I am so thrilled that you take your time following my blog. It is such a pleasure writing it and presenting all these inspiring jewellers from around the world. Your comments make me so happy – keep them coming :). I wish… Read more »
Here is an example of a jeweller who uses nature as a source of inspiration. I really like the way she uses wood. If you would like to see some beautiful images of how the jewellery looks when worn by a person take a look at her website.
Find more of her work at Klimt02 and at her website www.hannahedman.com
Find more of her work at Klimt02 and at her website www.hannahedman.com.
View Annette Dam at Klimt02 and at her Gallery Goldfingers in Copenhagen.
Jointed Jewels represents a union of new and old, organic and industrial, functional and decorative. At the heart of the project is the intention to transform complex and separate elements into a new kind of whole. It started as an exploration of ball joints, commonly found in cars and hip replacements. Alissia Melka-Teichroew had… Read more »
Ding Jewelry by Josephine Winther Josephine Winther’s Ding Jewelry is a body of work that focuses on various metal alloys and the sounds they produce. The bell idea comes from a study of sounds and an interest in addressing the audible aspect of metal. “All the bell necklaces are made in different alloys and… Read more »
At the Art Jewellery Forum you find a very interesting interview with Sally Marsland. You can also find her work at Gallery Funaki and Klimt02.
Make sure to watch the video at the jewellery in action at her website.
These images are from Lina Petersons Facebook site or website.
These pieces of work are from the ‘Would you happy me?’ collection: Wedding….the happiest moment of your life? A moment full of joy that you’ve been sharing with many people: the happy feeling of being with someone special. Sometimes it fades, but you’ll never forget that special day. The small box worn inside your hand… Read more »
These images are from the project Awkward Beauty. In 2010 and 2011 one of Europe’s most respected artisans, Helen Britton relocated from Munich, Germany to Perth, Western Australia for a three month artist-in-residence at FORM’s Midland Atelier creativity and design precinct. Working from the Atelier’s studios, situated in the heart of Midland’s century-old former railway… Read more »
These pieces all belong to the series “Office Folk”. “Office Folk” explores what happens when the spirit of ‘folk’ interrupts the usual expectations of an office environment. Bored office workers, who linger in the stock cupboard, find alternative uses for the tools and stationery they discover. In an effort to counter the abstract labour and… Read more »
You find more of her work at Klimt02 and her blog.
I would like to share this amazing jewellery project with you. It is called Makers Move and made by Josephine Winther and Gitte Nygaard. I went to see and participate in their project – it was such a great experience. Here is how they describe the project: Makers Move is a mobile jewellery workshop, a project… Read more »
She writes about her work: “Working from one day to the next I focus my attention on observations from nature and working with an ephemeral resource. Using the skills, materials and techniques that are second nature to my practice, I wanted to see where my work would lead as the year progressed. Inspired from… Read more »
These images are from Lina Petersons Facebook site or website.
Find more of the work by Helen Britton at Klimt02, Fingers and Kit and Caboodle.
These images are from Lina Petersons Facebook site or website. If you think you have seen some of these images in a previous blog you are right. I had to update the blogpost and re-link to the images to make it display properly.
Find more at her website.
You find more of Karin Roy Andersson’s inspiring work at her website.
Nanna Grønborg has organised the exhibition From Chaos to Comprehension which opens today at Officinet, Bredgade 66, Copenhagen. The exhibition From Chaos to Comprehension shows selected work of seven contemporary jewelery artists from Denmark/Germany, Thailand, UK, China and Taiwan who all studied at Birmingham City University UK. All seven jewelers have experienced the turbulent period… Read more »
Karin Roy Andersson has created new pieces of magic. She writes about CATCHING BIG FISH: There is something magnetic with the undiscovered world of the oceans. Frightening, exciting and with the beauty that comes with the tension between these feelings. What stories are to be found deep down there where we all once came from?… Read more »
I would also like to show you these pieces of work by Helen Clara Hemsley.
From the collection ‘Something Interesting is Sure to Happen!’ I would like to show you these pieces. Farrah Al-Dujaili writes about the collection: “In a previous small collection of jewellery I introduced the use of blackboard paint and chalk markers within the work, to suggest the possibility to the wearer to remove my chalk marks and transform… Read more »
From her collection ‘I never played tennis’ which was displayed at the Mette Saabye Gallery last year I would like to show you these beautiful pieces of work by Helen Clara Hemsley.
Emma does not have a website. You can find more of her work at her gallery – Gallery Funaki. This is a series of neckpieces made from hand-made tubes of copper, silver, gold and brass. She doesn’t make these particular pieces anymore, but her Gallery tells that they will be showing new work by… Read more »
The work by Helen Clara Hemsley was nominated to the St. Loye Award. Friday 24th of August the Award ceremony of the St. Loye Award 2012 was launched. The prestigious talent Award comes with 100.000 DKK. and is presented by Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark on behalf of Copenhagen’s Goldsmith Guild. It is… Read more »
She writes about her work – at her website: My design methodology revolves around the act of drawing as an intuitive and subconscious process; geometric and organic components ‘grow’ alongside each other to create hybrid forms not overtly floral, but organic and playful. Fragments are created and later constructed to create the idiosyncratic detailing… Read more »