Art jewellery

MYUNG URSO: TRANS-FORM

what is the drug propranolol used for “Thread, ink, wood, paper. Humble raw materials are venerated for their textural, structural, and visual qualities. Stitched, sculpted, stretched to join seemingly incongruous elements into inseparable jewelry forms. Myung Urso has an uncanny ability not only to interpret everyday materials…

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“PLANETS” JEWELLERY COLLECTION BY LIA GONÇALVES

Basing her work on a contemporary approach, Portugal-based designer LIA GONÇALVES shifts between jewellery and design, reflecting the preference for a minimalist aesthetic and, at the same time, a deep concern about functionality. In 2009 she graduated in Jewellery Design…

“NONLINEAR”: NEW WORK BY LYNN BATCHELDER

The two-dimensional and the three-dimensional carry equal weight in artist Lynn Batchelder’s practice. Batchelder’s new work explores the processes and tools that are shared by printmakers and jewelers. Nonlinear will feature drawings, prints, and four mini- series of jewelry pieces…

“HELEN BRITTON: INTERSTICES”

Until next 15 April 2017 The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery at the University of Western Australia presents a new exhibition showcasing 25 years of work from renowned Australian artist and one of the world’s leading contemporary jewellers, Helen Britton. Presented…

“EMERGE” BY JIRO KAMATA

Light and reflection are always an important topic for my work which has very strong relationship with jewellery. “Bl” brooches and pendants These pieces are made using dichroic mirror, which reflects two different colours. This material is used in optical…

A NEW INTRIGUING PARADISE HAS BORN

The Dutch artist Frank Verkade creates hybrids where organic and mechanic expressions are amalgamated. Jewellery androids that becomes an extension, an adornment or maybe even a development of the human body. Verkade explores the intimate relationship between body and object.…

OH BOY! BY BENJAMIN LIGNEL

The majority of Four’s artists would probably say that the hands are their most important tools, but in Benjamin Lignel’s case the head plays a more prominent role. With an intermittently sharp, but often also affectionate humour, Lignel comments on…

IKEBANA RING DESIGNED BY GAHEE KANG

The Ikebana Ring is a sterling silver ring that holds a small bouquet of wildflowers. Ikebana is the Japanese art of floral arrangement, based on a philosophy of developing a closeness with nature. Insert a flower stem and wind it…