Category: JEWELRY ARTISTS

Poetic jewelry paintings. Robert Smit

The Dutch artist Robert Smith is one of the leading jewelers of our time. His jewelry blurs the boundaries of traditional jewelry art, his art looks like graphics with vivid color elements and poetic...

Jewelry engineering

Simplified geometric forms, zigzag lines,  intricate twisted shapes, complex 3D structures. Without doubt architecture has influenced and inspired jewelers and jewelry design transforming their work into “urban landscapes” and miniature technical costructions. Already in the early...

Jill Hermans. Iridescent colours.

Iridescent colours, caged within a pattern of fluid contour lines distinguished the works of contemporary Australian jeweller Jill Hermans. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Metals and Jewellery) at Monash University and since graduating has...

Jan Matthesius. Innovative technical art jewelry

Technical approach and unusual artistic expression distinguished the jewelry of one of the Netherlands’ most recognized contemporary silversmiths Jan Matthesius.  He works with various materials including gold, silver, tantalum, titanium aluminum, glass and gemstones....

Kimiaki Kageyama. Japanese aesthetic of beauty

Yesterday surfing the web, I discovered the amazing works of jeweller Kimiaki Kageyama.  I’m always amazed by the craftsmanship of Japanese artists. Combining exceptional creativity and solid tradition skills, they create stunning inventive wearable...

Kika Alvarenga. The beauty of imperfection

The rough contains the delicate in the works of Brazilian jewelry artist Kika Alvarenga. Using the local materials she creates interesting and inventing designs. After graduating from the Central Saint Martins University of Arts of...

Christine MacKellar. Contemporary organic

Brooklyn jewelry maker Christine MacKellar calls her work “contemporary organic.” Her inspiration is nature, but she’s not interested in “literal representations.” She combines the different alloys for their color values, and she textures the...

Yura Bylkov. Expressive titanium

The jewelry of the Russian artist Yura Bylkov is inspired by both organic nature and architecture. His works are very expressive and dynamic. Intentional negligence, sculptural and geometric forms, iridescent colors ranging from blue to...

Tomasz Ogrodowski. Architectural design

The Polish jeweler Tomasz Ogrodowski has been designing jewellery for over 30 years. He specialises in 3D design – he has a lot of achievements in this field, as well as participating in international...