On Supply – Artwork Jewellery Discussion board

April 2023, Half 1

You’ve got so many causes to buy artwork jewellery…

  • Have fun that hard-earned promotion
  • Honor a once-in-a-lifetime event
  • Pay tribute to a significant accomplishment
  • Commemorate the start of a brand new relationship or the tip of 1
  • Pounce on the proper piece to spherical out a facet of your assortment
  • Or put money into a deal with for your self—you deserve it!

Artwork Jewellery Discussion board’s worldwide gallery supporters have a good time and exhibit artwork jewellery. Our month-to-month On Supply collection lets this in depth community of worldwide galleries showcase extraordinary items personally chosen to tempt and encourage you. Have a look. You’re sure to discover a implausible piece you merely can’t reside with out! (Please contact the gallery immediately for inquiries.)

Teresa Milheiro, Pressure
Teresa Milheiro, Stress, 2023, collar, glass, zinc, photograph courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso
Contact: Paula Crespo
Artist: Teresa Milheiro
Retail worth: €6,600

“The stress between opposing supplies, in addition to their materials and aesthetic traits, takes us to the stress between life-death, between the person being and society, the stress of being ourselves and being what society expects of us,” explains the artist Teresa Milheiro.

Carina Shoshtary, Mock Weave
Carina Shoshtary, Mock Weave, 2022, bracelet, PLA, photograph: Karen Gilbert

Gallery: Gallery Lulo
Contact: Anne Kathrine Schjerbeck
Artist: Carina Shoshtary
Retail worth: US$540

“The method and the fabric makes a lovely piece that additionally belongs within the context of our current and future,” says Carina Shoshtary, who consciously chooses a sustainable materials similar to PLA and a 3D pen. “The collection of bracelets is titled Mock Weave as a result of it appears to be like at first look as in the event that they had been woven. I create the sample by putting dot [after] dot by hand with the 3D pen, so the time to construct the form is perhaps much like the time [needed] to weave a basket. I take advantage of a two-colored PLA (bio plastic primarily based on corn starch), which I draw by hand with a 3D pen. These optics couldn’t be reached by 3D printing, because the printer’s traces can’t change angles and instructions whereas build up the piece, however I can draw freely in all instructions with the pen.”

Sue Lorraine, Coloured Pencil Stub Pendant
Sue Lorraine, Colored Pencil Stub Pendants, from the Drawn Out collection, 2022, bronze with heat-colored gentle metal tip, hand painted with acrylic paint on waxed thread, pencils: 55–85 mm lengthy, waxed thread: roughly 74 cm lengthy, photograph: Jane Bowden

Gallery: Zu design
Contact: Jane Bowden
Artist: Sue Lorraine
Retail worth: Every AUS$590

“My follow revolves round my relationship with objects and their potential and energy to carry and to assign which means and reminiscence,” says Sue Lorraine. Her Drawn Out collection is a research of stationary objects that each maintain and evoke reminiscence. You possibly can’t assist however need to decide up these pencil pendants! They’re tactile and surprisingly a lot heavier than the pencil they imitate. Solid in bronze with a heat-colored gentle metal tip, and fantastically hand detailed with acrylic paint.

Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Kafeerahmdeckeli
Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Kafeerahmdeckeli, necklace, foil from coffee-crème pods, wire, 370 mm in diameter x 55 mm, photograph: Catarina Silva

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra
Contact: Tereza Seabra
Artist: Verena Sieber-Fuchs
Retail worth: €2,400, plus transport

Within the phrases of Verena Sieber-Fuchs: “I make jewellery, not with gold however with jewellery. I prefer to disorient individuals, even when they assume that I’m one sandwich in need of a picnic, that I’m not fairly all there. After I work, it’s like a protracted meditation which calms me however annoys my husband.”

Nina van Duijnhoven, Brown-White-Black (Mono No Aware)
Nina van Duijnhoven, Brown-White-Black (Mono No Conscious), 2021, necklace, acid-free paper, pastels, silk twine, roughly 780 mm, photograph: Michael Couper

Gallery: Fingers Gallery
Contact: Lisa Higgins
Artist: Nina van Duijnhoven
Retail worth: NZ$950

Nina van Duijnhoven is a up to date jewellery artist born in The Netherlands and at the moment primarily based in Wellington, New Zealand. “Mono no conscious is a key time period in Japanese tradition and refers back to the bittersweet realization of the ephemeral nature of all issues. The affect of this philosophical perspective is to acknowledge the impermanence of all the things that exists and to create a deeper appreciation and reference to it by recognizing its non permanent nature. Every part is in the end fleeting and ultimately reworked with the passage of time.”

Mari Ishikawa, Water, from the Rebirth series
Mari Ishikawa, Water, from the Rebirth collection, 2023, brooch, sterling silver, aquamarine, silk, 60 x 60 x 20 mm, photograph: artist

Gallery: Platina Stockholm AB
Contact: Sofia Björkman
Artist: Mari Ishikawa
Retail worth: US$1,200

Mari Ishikawa interrupts for a short second the circulate of transience. A valuable object is created that has been wrenched from the cycle of life and demise to face for itself and for the second. The artist was born in Kyoto, Japan. She lives and works in Munich, Germany. Since 2020 she has been a Visiting Professor at Kobe Design College, in Japan. Her work will be seen in exhibitions and collections around the globe, and he or she has obtained a number of prizes—for instance the Herbert Hofmann Prize, in Munich.

Margaret West, Notes (The Sky Is a Garden): Flare
Margaret West, Notes (The Sky Is a Backyard): Flare, 1999, basalt, paint, silver, 46 x 47 x 6 mm, photograph: Funaki

Gallery: Funaki
Contact: Katie Scott
Artist: Margaret West
Retail worth: AUS$1,400

Margaret West (1936–2014) was a seminal determine in Australian jewellery, educating and influencing a era of makers. This charming, vivid orange work is a key piece from her well-known collection Notes (The Sky Is a Backyard), made 1997–1999. The unfastened, petaled flower is the motif finest recognized in West’s work, as she balances the impermanence of flowers (she was a passionate gardener) with the arduous immutability of stone.

Janne Peltokangas, Fragile Things No1
Janne Peltokangas, Fragile Issues No1, 2019, bracelet, iron, 210 x 70 x 70 mm, photograph: artist

Gallery: Four Gallery
Contact: Karin Roy Andersson
Artist: Janne Peltokangas
Retail worth: €340

Based on Janne Peltokangas, supplies have life and soul. The non secular is continually current, each in his work and in life usually, and it has a connection to sustainability and the cycle of nature. Peltokangas is a Sami artist dwelling in northern Finland. His works encompass layers and layers of leftover scrap metal from fashionable society. The metal has been smithed and reshaped, and his work expresses the concurrently uncooked and delicate expression of the landscapes by which he has grown up.

Sunyoung Cheong, My Universe Series
Sunyoung Cheong, My Universe Collection, 2022, brooches, vitreous enamel, copper, sterling silver, metal, 70 x 70 x 10 mm, photograph: Aaron Paden

Gallery: Baltimore Jewelry Center
Contact: Allison Gulick
Artist: Sunyoung Cheong
Retail worth: Every US$860

Born in Seoul, South Korea, and primarily based in Topeka, KS, US, Sunyoung Cheong is a designer, maker, curator, and educator who integrates know-how with conventional metalsmithing to create her work. She combines valuable metals with blended media similar to 3D-printed resin, material, wooden, paper, and vitreous enamel utilizing CAD/CAM, enameling, and the lost-wax casting course of. View this work by Cheong, in addition to the work of Jessica Calderwood, Zachery Lechtenberg, Sharon Massey, Marissa Saneholtz, and Jina Search engine optimisation within the Colourful Minds exhibition on the Baltimore Jewellery Heart, on view April 7 by Could 19, 2023.