Being with Gitte Bjørn’s pieces, and with her BODY & SOUL, we forget all about conformity, about perfection and current ideals and we move towards something far more potent – we get to meet ourselves. Exactly the way we are. (Master Fatman) I have showed you work by Gitte Bjørn before, and it is such a pleasure,… Read more »
Her statement is: Representatives of certain animal species. The expectations, generalizations, beliefs and symbolism around animal themes. I observe how animals were positioned in ancient cultures and especially how they still have such a powerful part in our everyday surroundings. They are connected also to many industrial materials. I try to give back their animal… Read more »
She writes about herself: I am a jeweller, even when I am not making jewellery. For me this describes an approach to the world, and to making objects, rather than a strict set of skills employed in the production of wearable things. My aim has always been to reflect everyday habits and common beliefs, whilst… Read more »
And here is more by Carolina Gimeno, wow… it is interesting to see how she works with porcelain in the jewellery making. The collection is called “Drawing in space”. Thanks a lot for sending me the images – you can find more at her website.
I wrote about Bernhard Stimpfl-Abel a little while ago – here just some more images. Find my description and more images at the previous blogpost about him (see link below). Here his website.
I am quit fascinated by textures – it is a world of possibilities. Sometime you can control it (the final expression) and more often you can’t. An artist once told me that he sees these unexpected outcomes as “gifts”… so when you are in the process of creating a new piece of jewellery (or any… Read more »
I have received these interesting images from Ursula Guttman. As you know I have been exploring how nature can inspire jewellers in their work. Here is another example where nature has been a source of inspiration. Pink Blossom Black Blossom Egg Object Make sure to visit her website…
Photo by Dorte Krogh Thank you so much Annette for sending me these images. I really like your idea with the wedding rings where the couple put their fingerprints in the rings. Take a look at her webpage. Previous blog-post about Annette Dickow Munch.
Look – I received these amazing images from Frida Åberg – take a look. You can see more images and read about Frida Åberg at her website. She also writes a blog. At her website she writes about her work: “Frida Åberg’s expression combines poetic value with romantic memories. The material and tactical qualities of… Read more »
Ruudt Peters lives and works in Amsterdam- Stockholm- Ravenstein. Find much more interesting work at his website.
Anne Lene Løvhaug lives in Oslo, Norway – I suggest you visit her website. She writes about herself: I am an goldsmith and jewellery artist who has been using textile techniques and materials for a long time. I have concentrated in particular on crochet, which is a technique that allows me to construct form in… Read more »
Today I will show you something you might call jewellery for the table. It is so beautiful and fantastic. The other evening I had the pleasure to drink wine from one of the flamingo glasses… and it was just amazing. You find more work by Gitte Bjørn at her website.
Ela Bauer has studied at the Rietveld academy in Amsterdam. See more at her website
Meiri Ishida lives and work in Tokyo, Japan. Has studied at ALCHIMIA Contemporary jewellery school in Italy. “I find the door to the creative world from the familiar things in my daily life. The doors are opening in the grass,On the face of the dog passing by my side,In a crying baby’s voice,In the open… Read more »
Susanne Forsström, 1980, Skellefteå, Sweden.