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 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.
You find more of Karin Roy Andersson’s inspiring work at her website.
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 »
Karin Roy Andersson writes about the project: The Clownfish What is your opinion of the Act of Succession? The clownfish is nowadays common in aquariums in Sweden. They have become known and popular a lot because of the film “Finding Nemo”. What most people do not know about them is their remarkable hierarchy system…. Read more »
I enjoy the way Lena Olson works with wood. I can see the structure of the wood, it seems light and alive.
Ulrich Reithofer says about his work: “ I became a jeweler, because gold in its natural shape is little satisfying. The more I make, the more I see; the more I grasp, the more I love! My work is 3D poetry; autobiographic, pieces about: love, life the universe and all the rest”. Ulrich is represented by… Read more »
As you may remember I blogged about Gun Dahlberg from Sweden a while ago. She is married to Björn who is also very skilled and creative. We met at a jewellery summer-course at The Art Folk High Scholl in Holbæk and they have become good friends. At The Art Folk High School Björn made the necklace… Read more »
As you know I am quit fascinated by the work of Karin Roy Andersson – here is more of her work. She describes it like this: Supporting structure This work has been inspired by the city of Barcelona and the infrastructure designed by Ildefons Cerdà. His straight lines and long wide avenues are characteristic for… Read more »
I recently blogged about Karin Roy Andersson and here is 2nd part of her collection: A Constant Grinding II This is the second part of this series of self-portraits. They are made of my latest addiction, or more correctly what remains after consuming kilograms and kilograms of it. The fact that they are hybrids of… Read more »
I received an e-mail from Karin Roy Andersson telling me about her projects. The story behind these pieces of jewellery caught my attention. It is a strong and important message. She writes: A Pieceful Swedish Smörgåsbord Sweden – the land of the tall blond beauties raised in a safe wealthy society with small red and… Read more »
I have received these new images of work by Jacob Nyberg. Take a look at his website as well.
I really like thise pieces of jewellery by Hanna Liljenberg web.
Jacob Nyberg blog.
A good friend of mine Gun from Sweden makes these fantastic brooches. I like the way she combines different materials into 3D experiences. As she has no website this is the only website where they are displayed.
Black is beautiful…. She writes about her work: “I deconstruct to reconstruct. I mess things up. Just to put them back in order. Often in a new kind of order. It is like a never-ending flow, and that is what is keeping me running” Take a look 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 »
Now I am back from a lovely holiday – I hope you have enjoyed the summer as well. It is a pleasure to present more work by inspiring Märta Mattsson. I have been looking out for the inspiration from nature in the jewellery I have been blogging about and the work by Märta is… Read more »
Frida Åberg has send me a link to the online exhibition “I Care A Lot” where she exhibits together with a number of other jewellers. The “I Care A Lot” exhibition is such a good example of how we in smaller or larger scale can make this place a better place. The project’s aim is… Read more »
These pieces are from a collection called “Ode to F.” She writes about the collection: “F. was my grandmother. She was a strong, active and very central person in my family. I loved her very much. She had lived through hard times, many sorrows as well as joy, and still had a good life. Her… Read more »
Sifia Björkman is part of the Gallery Platina – find more about her here.
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 »
Tobias Alm website.
You find her work at Kit & Caboodle and at her website.
Susanne Forsström, 1980, Skellefteå, Sweden.