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 »
Colours – animals – stories. Felieke van der Leest combines textile, plastic animal, gold, glass beads, leather crocheted, embroidered in her jewellery. It is facinating… take a look. Take a look at her website.
Iris Nieuwenburg writes about her work: “She creates Manipulated collages that capture a certain mood and time spirit. Brooches as frozen moments. The choice of elements, colours and composition play an important role by constructing and polishing the image, At first glance you can read them from the nice and light side and enjoy “beauty”…. Read more »
Iris Nieuwenburg describes her work like this: “She freely combines classic elements and the magic of pop-up fairy tale books, creating her own Alice in Wonderland of estranged scales and perspectives. The miniatures are inspired by books on 18th century French interiors, and photo’s made by designer. Nieuwenburg is intrigued by the richness of the… Read more »
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 »
Meet the animals…. Meet more animals at her website.
A new series of paper thread necklace is ready and I am happy that I can present them here at the blog. Luis Acosta says: The first objects records for these necklace were the textile installations based my own interpretation of the Quipus, knot in Quechua language. From this point I continued to experiment with simple forms… Read more »
Luis Acosta has transformed paper into jewellery – take a look at these necklaces and bracelets: He write about his work: As a designer he is particulary interested in forms. Once a form is found, he enlarges or repeats it. Then he concentrates on using the possibilities of that form as a basis to develop… Read more »
I just received this image of new work by Katja Prins – thanks Katja for sending it to me. The necklace is called “Bound By Blood” and has it’s own story: “This necklace brings together and mixes various prayer-necklaces, which only differ in detail. Prayerbeads are being used in several religions and they all have… Read more »
Here you find her website.
Susanne Klemm website.
I received these amazing pieces of jewellery – thanks Susanne for sending the images to me. I think I will post some more by Susanne Klemm the following days. Until then take a look at her website.
I have received these amazing pieces of work from Katja Prins – thank you so much for sending it to me. Here is her website – with more information and images of her work. She alwo send me her statement: “My work is about the (intimate) relationship between human bodies and mechanic devices, (medical) technology… Read more »
Lucy Sarneel says about her work: “To me a jewel represents a place in the world in which one can loose oneself like in the sparkling of a diamond or the carefull observation of little plants or moss. The alienation that results from the competition between ‘the natural’ and the ‘artificial’ is… Read more »
Take a look at her website. I have found this website that displays some of her images in a larger size – so that you can see more of the details.
Haunted by 36 Women… more at his website.
Ruudt Peters lives and works in Amsterdam- Stockholm- Ravenstein. Find much more interesting work at his website.
Ela Bauer has studied at the Rietveld academy in Amsterdam. See more at her website