On Supply – Artwork Jewellery Discussion board

February 2023, Half 2

There are such a lot of causes to buy artwork jewellery…

  • Rejoice 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 right piece to spherical out a facet of your assortment
  • Or spend money on a deal with for your self—simply because

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

Susannah Gai, Shire Glade
Susannah Gai, Shire Glade, 2022, ring, carved opal and pariba tourmalines, diamonds, sapphires, 18-karat rose/yellow/white gold, finger dimension P, width of ring at prime 18 mm x 25 mm, top from base of band to prime of rabbit 26.5 mm, photograph: Jane Bowden

Gallery: Zu design
Contact: Jane Bowden
Artist: Susannah Gai
Retail value: AUS$21,000

“Susannah Gai joined us at Zu design in 2022 as an entry tenant working from our studio,” says gallerist Jane Bowden. “We’ve actually loved seeing the wide range of abilities that she combines to create her very intricate items.” Her love of carving stone informs her work. Shire Glade is a good instance of Susannah’s stone carving, with each the opal rabbit and the tourmaline flowers being hand created. The element on this piece is kind of wonderful.

Stephanie Jendis, Night Butterflies
Stephanie Jendis, Evening Butterflies, 2020, brooch, ebony, onyx, oxidized silver, 110 x 90 mm, photograph courtesy of Viceversa

Gallery: Viceversa
Contact: ilona Schwippel
Artist: Stephanie Jendis
Retail value: 1,500 CHF

Some feelings seem by affiliation, by meeting, by confrontation. A form, a scent, a colour, throughout a stroll, an encounter, a discovery, the reminiscence combines with the current, permitting the emergence of a brand new feeling. Stephanie Jendis’s jewellery is a collage, generally easy discovered objects enhanced with a reported aspect. They concretize the reminiscence of adventures. Every bit has an anecdote, a reputation that units us on our manner, and. For the reason that supplies don’t have any hierarchical worth, the valuable rubs shoulders with the banal, and merges with it. The German artist tells us fantastic tales of city cowboys, fabulous climbs, deer looking … or butterfly watching.

Otto Künzli, Auge XXII
Otto Künzli, Auge XXII, 2019, brooch, onyx, gold, Resopal, 127 x 72 x 28 mm, photograph courtesy of the artist

Gallery: Funaki
Contact: Katie Scott
Artist: Otto Künzli
Retail value: AUS$10,400

This is likely one of the most up-to-date iterations in Otto Künzli’s ongoing exploration of the attention—its nature, cultural historical past, and place within the artwork canon. Auge, in addition to being a determine in Greek mythology (whose identify means “daybreak,” or “sunbeam”), describes an elliptical form produced by the squeezing of the constituents of sure metamorphic rocks into an eye-like kind. On this notably tremendous instance, the attention kind is onyx, an ideal, darkish ellipse set right into a linoleum backing and topped with a wild eyebrow of gold. “In my view,” says gallerist Katie Scott, “one of many best works by this grasp goldsmith/artist to have graced the market in a while.”

Mirjam Hiller, Sound of Colors, Together
Mirjam Hiller, Sound of Colours, Collectively, 2022, reversible necklace, stainless-steel, paint, fishing line, 690 x 30–85 x 30 mm, photograph: artist

Gallery: Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
Contact: Noel Guyomarc’h
Artist: Mirjam Hiller
Retail value: CAN$5,250

Sound of Colours is the brand new assortment by Mirjam Hiller. She organizes the association—composed of scraps or chosen shapes reduce out of painted stainless-steel—based on the colours and shapes they evoke, proposing every time a brand new emotion.

Ana Margarida Carvalho, Honey, from the Memories series
Ana Margarida Carvalho, Honey, from the Recollections collection, 2022, brooch, UV resin, copper, brass, gold plated, 58 x 49 x 65 mm, photograph courtesy of Galeria Reverso

Gallery: Galeria Reverso
Contact: Paula Crespo
Artist: Ana Margarida Carvalho
Retail value: €220

Ana Margarida Carvalho makes use of 3D-printing once more to create a collection of brooches known as Recollections, with Honey being one among them. “Fragrance as reminiscence,” says Carvalho, “an aroma that transports us to previous experiences that we think about valuable, to locations we wish to go or revisit.”

Mari Ishikawa, Shadow
Mari Ishikawa, Shadow, rings, silver, pearl, photograph courtesy of Thereza Pedrosa Gallery

Gallery: Thereza Pedrosa Gallery
Contact: Thereza Pedrosa
Artist: Mari Ishikawa
Retail value: Every between €360 and €480

Japanese artist Mari Ishikawa is deeply influenced by Japanese custom and notably the elemental function of nature, which the artist rediscovered and really appreciated solely after leaving Japan to maneuver to Germany, in 1994. Ishikawa’s inventive work is steeped in pure components and consists of translating what she observes of the world round her into jewellery that encapsulates its purest essence.

Lynn Batchelder, Provisional Pendant
Lynn Batchelder, Provisional Pendant, 2022, pendant, anodized and dyed aluminum, photograph courtesy of Gallery Loupe

Gallery: Gallery Loupe
Contact: Patti Bleicher
Artist: Lynn Batchelder
Retail value: US$1,200

Lynn Batchelder is an interdisciplinary artist who navigates the house between two and three dimensions. The floor coloring for this pendant is created by anodizing aluminum in order that it may well obtain a dye. Markers are used to attract on and dye the steel, then the colorant is embedded in order that the ultimate floor is sturdy.

Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Red
Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Pink, necklace, beads, stainless-steel wire, 380 x 250 x 10 mm, photograph: @Catarina Silva

Gallery: Galeria Tereza Seabra
Contact: Tereza Seabra
Artist: Verena Sieber-Fuchs
Retail value: €2,200, plus transport

Verena Sieber-Fuchs makes objects that may normally be worn as jewellery. She makes use of the strategy of crochet. Whereas crocheting with skinny metal wire, she inserts different supplies, reminiscent of aluminum foil, stamps, beads, or onion peels… Through the use of giant portions of them, a construction is created with the fullness, richness, and adaptability of a fur. Her collars due to this fact fall easily on the physique. The objects are normally purely lovely and ornamental, however she additionally recurrently refers to social themes. For instance, her collar of medication packaging is a press release in regards to the overuse of drugs in our society.

Doris Betz, Bari, Tableau des Visages II
Doris Betz, Bari, Tableau des Visages II, 2022, brooch, silver, knitted, L 9 cm W 6,5 cm, photograph: artist

Gallery: Platina Stockholm AB
Contact: Sofia Björkman
Artist: Doris Betz
Retail value: US$1,150

Doris Betz’s inventive observe is characterised by fluid motion ensuing from her craftsmanship and braveness to experiment. The dictum is the road which she experiences freedom in. She paints instantly on white plates of polystyrene and transforms the drawings into wearable work by including a silver backing. The outcomes are lovely, versatile, and easy-to-wear jewellery. Betz is an artist from Germany. She bought her diploma in 1996 from the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, in Munich.

Brice Garrett, Untitled (Idar-Oberstein 3)
Brice Garrett, Untitled (Idar-Oberstein 3), 2023, brooch, jasper, pewter, silver, metal, 64 x 51 x 13 mm, photograph courtesy of the artist

Gallery: Baltimore Jewelry Center
Contact: Allison Gulick
Artist: Brice Garrett
Retail value: US$600

Brice Garrett began the brooch Untitled (Idar-Oberstein 3) at a residency with the Jakob Bengel Basis in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, and accomplished it throughout his micro-residency on the Baltimore Jewellery Heart. The work continues his investigation into using and tweaking mold-making and casting processes. On this collection he combines lapidary processes to form, carve out, and create mold-like voids earlier than casting pewter to fill the types and intensify the molten qualities of the fabric. Garrett is an artist based mostly in Brooklyn, NY. Historically skilled as a metalsmith, in his work he ranges throughout disciplines and media, culminating in wearables, sculptures, installations, and participatory tasks. Garrett obtained his MFA from Konstfack College Faculty of Arts, Crafts and Design, in Stockholm, Sweden, and a BA from San Diego State College.

Aaron Decker, The Queen's Ring #3
Aaron Decker, The Queen’s Ring #3, 2022, 18-karat rose gold, garnet, ruby, rhodolite, pink tourmaline, 26 x 26 x 10 mm, ring dimension 7 (could be ordered to dimension), photograph courtesy of Ornamentum

Gallery: Ornamentum
Contact: Stefan Friedemann
Artist: Aaron Decker
Retail value: US$5,800

Iterations of The Queen’s Ring, by Aaron Decker, have been first introduced with Ornamentum on the Salon Artwork & Design Honest as a part of Decker’s exhibition All of the Queen’s Males. The rings supply a up to date twist on the age-old theme of jewel-encrusted jewellery. A zig-zag sample types the bottom of every ring, whereas the assorted stone shapes and colours dictate the association in an lively, playful composition. This instance, in purple gold with varied pink and purple gem stones, makes the right Valentine’s ring for queens of any gender.

Gallery: Four Gallery
Contact: Karin Roy Andersson
Artist: Joo Hyung Park
Retail value: US$485

The interaction between the hand and the fabric and the sensory impressions from the rising object is a crucial a part of Joo Hyung Park’s works. The jewellery and objects get their remaining form relying on how the supplies are fashioned by, and within the arms of, the artist. As a logical consequence, the result’s usually body-related objects reminiscent of corpus, cutlery, and jewellery.