Art jewellery

“MY GARDEN – SPRING TIME” BY ARIEL LAVIAN

Ariel Lavian collects raw materials from his studio’s yard then, he cleans, cuts and sorts the substances into different types and finally assembles them into new compositions. The studio is an economic-productive autonomous unit. The designer creates new worlds from the…

BRO.OCH

Featuring brooches by; Melissa Cameron, Marian Hosking, Nick Bastin, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn, Kath Inglis, Johannes Kuhnen, Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Julie Blyfield, Eugenie Keefer Bell, Inari Kiuru, Janice Vitkovsky, Jo Hawley, Jasmine Watson, Larah Nott, Laura Eyles, Zoe Brand and the Trophy Wife Barbie…

LYNN KELLY, “FLORILEGIUM”

In medieval Latin a florilegium (plural florilegia) was a compilation of excerpts of selected writings. The word is from the Latin flos (flower) and legere (to gather): literally a gathering of flowers. In this latest exhibition of her work Lynn…

BIRGIT LAKEN AT ARTzaanstad 2017

Over 150 Artists and designers from the Netherlands are showing their work during the sixth edition of ARTzaanstad. Jewelry artist Birgit Laken is one of them. Attracting visitors with a genuine passion for art, from serious collectors to those buying their…

FEDERICA SALA, ANOTHER POSSIBLE WORLD

“Art is not a copy of the real world; one of the damn thing is enough”, Virginia Woolf Federica Sala plays with the whimsical nature of glass. The amorphous and fragile material is contrasted by crystallized minerals and connects her…

CLAUDIO PINO OR THE POWER OF RINGS

Claudio Pino is a jewellery designer and goldsmith world-renowned for his astonishing sculptural and kinetic rings. Claudio Pino’s work is always recognized by the fascinating and innovative ways in which he transforms raw materials into unique and extraordinary works of…

MANO (MÀNMÀN), AN EXPERIMENTAL PLATFORM

Màn慢 means to slow down, to use the senses to experience every existing moment. Màn鏝 is a metal trowel which was used by the craftsmen in the ancient time to smooth the architectural surface. MANO stands for “hand” in Italian. Mano would…