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Damian Skinner, curator of applied art and design at the Auckland Museum and editor of the new book Contemporary Jewelry in Perspective, discusses the fascinating world of contemporary jewelry. Using unique pieces, Skinner places the medium in a historical and cultural context.
Come and join us as Mojiana takes you behind the scenes in the studio to see a glimpse of magic... www.mojiana.com A big thank you to Mollie Carr at Sophie Zeilger Photography Editor: Reuben Hamlyn Music: Podington Bear, Proliferate
This film was shot at the Soremi Jewellery workshop in Leeds, England. We set out to capture the romance in the production of their contemporary personalised jewellery. We wanted to showcase the processes involved in producing the pieces whilst delivering a aesthetically pleasing experience for viewers. Please do visit www.soremi-jewellery.co.uk to take a look at their beautiful work. If you would like to discuss creating a film then please visit www.cardinalpoint83.com Thanks
Preziosa is an annual exhibition dedicated to Contemporary Jewellery. 2005-2017. The project, imagined, managed and coordinated by LAO - Le Arti Orafe Jewellery School in Florence, started in 2005, and has quickly become the most important Italian event devoted to contemporary jewellery.
If you’re looking for design jewelry or unique pieces, INHORGENTA MUNICH is exactly the right place. The "Contemporary Design & Vision" area is the most important and the largest podium for contemporary jewelry design on the international stage. Established designers present their work in the forum “Concepts”. While the Forum “Innovation” combines jewelry designers whose companies are less than three years old. For years now, visitors and exhibitors from Poland have been present in large numbers at INHORGENTA MUNICH. In connection with Polish jewelry design, connoisseurs immediately think of amber. Amberwood from Katowice processes Baltic amber, which is combined with wood fragments from all over the world into an unusual, but harmonious whole. Marta Włodarska, Amberwood: „The amber ...
Want to turn your passion into your career? Glyndwr University graduate Meg Darlington talks about her experience of setting up her own business - www.megdarlington.co.uk/ Find out more about ZONE Enterprise Hub and Glyndwr University at www.glyndwr.ac.uk, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter /zoneglyndwr
BUY HERE: http://jillgraham.co.uk/shop/bloom-large-pendant/ Little free moving blooms of silver and rich 22ct Gold, on a textured silver dome giving a truly organic feel. Approx H – 40mm W – 40mm D – 10mm Comes on a 16″ Omega Chain (If you would like a longer chain please contact Jill) ABOUT JILL GRAHAM CONTEMPORARY JEWELLERY DESIGN HOME → ABOUT JILL GRAHAM CONTEMPORARY JEWELLERY DESIGN Jill Graham Irish jewellery designer Jill Graham studied Silversmith and Jewellery at Loughborough University. During her study, Jill completed an apprenticeship with a Goldsmiths in Derry. “My time as a apprentice was invaluable; this gave me the practical, hands on skills that I needed to transform my designs into actual pieces of jewellery. The degree course was more design focused with less emphas...
BUY HERE: http://jillgraham.co.uk/ Irish jewellery designer Jill Graham studied Silversmith and Jewellery at Loughborough University. During her study, Jill completed an apprenticeship with a Goldsmiths in Derry. “My time as a apprentice was invaluable; this gave me the practical, hands on skills that I needed to transform my designs into actual pieces of jewellery. The degree course was more design focused with less emphasis on practical skills.” After graduating in 2002, Jill went on to work for a Belfast company called craftworks. Spending a year with this company Jill learnt about various aspects of jewellery design including everything from designing and making as well as the business side of running and building a business Since then she has worked as a self employed artist and ...
Serendipity 國際當代首飾巡迴展 Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition - Part 1 或許是從前從前，又或許是未來的未來 奇緣總在不意處，轉彎發現，原來都是你 展覽時間/date：2017.03.10~2017.04.08 展覽地點/venue：台大地質標本館 Geo-specimen Cottage of National Taiwan University 參展藝術家/ Participated artists: Philip Sajet(NL) Terhi Tolvanen(FI/FR) Janny Huang Yokota(TW/JP) 張薇萱 Wei-Hsuan Chang (TW) 趙永惠 Yung-Huei Chao (TW) 陳郁君 Yu-Chun Chen (TW) 謝旻玲 Min-Ling Hsieh (TW) 許文賢 Carissa Wen-Hsien Hsu (TW) 李姿玲 Tzu-Ling Lee (TW) 王安琪 An-Chi Wang (TW) 王意婷 I-Ting Wang (TW) 吳采軒 Cai-Xuan Wu (TW) 吳淑麟 Shu-Lin Wu (TW) 策畫/ Organizer：吳淑麟 Shu-Lin Wu (TW) 攝影/ Photographer: 陳若軒 RoHsuan Chen (TW) 文字 / Copy writer：沈菲比 Phebea Chun-yi Shen (TW) A traveling contemporary stone jewellery exhibition organize by Shu-Lin WU, and participate by 13 international artists. This exhibition...
Contemporary jewellery designer Sally Collins talks about her creative practice and balancing her work with being a full time lecturer at the School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University. For more information visit http://www.bcu.ac.uk/biad/courses/jewellery-silversmithing-and-related-products-ma
An interview with Mary Lynn Podiluk, Curator of "Contemporary Jewellery by Melody Armstrong" at the Saskatchewan Craft Council's Affinity Gallery on September 12, 2015. In this exhibition of wearable works, Melody Armstrong showcases elaborate and complex jewellery pieces which juxtapose organic reference with industrial aesthetic. The show was featured in Affinity Gallery from September 4 to October 17, 2015. http://www.saskcraftcouncil.org/affinity-gallery-exhibitions/past-exhibitions/contemporary-jewellery-by-melody-armstrong/
Wooden jewellery collection by designer Vladimir Levestam May be found on www.levestam.com & www.woodenjewellery.com