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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.
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
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
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.
Jewellery in the eye of Michèle Lamy as a part of Medusa, Jewellery and Taboos – May 19th / November 5th 2017. The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presents MEDUSA, an exhibition taking a contemporary and unprecedented look at jewellery, unveiling a number of taboos. #expoMedusa More informations : http://www.mam.paris.fr/fr/expositions/exposition-medusa-0
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 ...
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/
The Jewellery Editor meets Marco Bicego, to get the low down on what makes this Italian jewellery genius' jewels so very different. Find out more about the jewellery in this video: http://bit.ly/2aaSvoN Subscribe to our newsletter: http://www.thejewelleryeditor.com/subscribe/ Follow us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejewelleryed/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheJewelleryEditor Twitter: https://twitter.com/thejewelleryed Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/thejewelleryed/ Today, I'm at the Charlotte Street Hotel in London to meet Marco Bicego, and find out how his brand makes jewels that are so different, yet so very wearable. Marco your company has such a rich history but can you tell me what is so different about your jewellery. Marco Bicego: "Modern, definitely and...
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
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
Inside the Hawthorne design studio, filled with delicate jewellery pieces, unique vintage watches and quirky knickknacks, Carbon Contemporary Jewellery creates beautiful pieces that you’ll treasure forever. We caught up with the owner, Nick Conoroy, who gave us a tour of the Hawthorne workshop and told stories about how he left his job as a labourer to take up an apprenticeship in the art of jewellery making.
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The Sterling Gallery have the collection of contemporary jewellery designs by selected group of designers from Hungary. The gallery represents a very motivated group of jewellery artists who produce work challenging the borders of the applied and the fine arts. Through our artists and their work, we are challenging the boundaries of traditional Hungarian jewellery and we are exploring the unlimited possibilities of artistic expressions. Artist list: Klára Abaffy, Krisztián Ádám, Viktória Balogh, Bernadett Bodor, Attila Dávid Norbert, Bence Fördos, Gyöngyvér Gaál, Noémi Gera, Katalin Jermakov, Orsolya Kecskés, Fanni Király, Magdolna Krámli, Ákos Lipoczki, Réka Lorincz, Kata Majoros, László Marosi, Andrea Nádai, Balázs Orlai, Viktória Simon, Zoltán Tóth, Flóra Vági, Viktor Varga, Fanni Véko...
Cooksongold customer Hilary Minor reviews the Stonesetting For Contemporary Jewellery Makers (999 A112) http://bit.ly/2u7WhV9 From ready made snap settings to handmade mounts for unique pieces, Stonesetting for Contemporary Jewellery Makers is an all encompassing examination of the many and varied techniques, treatments and innovations used in jewellery design. With helpful, beautifully illustrated guides to making settings from scratch or working with ready made mountings, the techniques featured in this book can be applied to a range of pieces. You can buy yours here: http://bit.ly/2u7WhV9 Like this video? Watch these: How to Make Hammered Wire Jewellery Book Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=he7dtkwgF6E The Art of Soldering Book Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpxBc9y...