Tagged: contemporary jewellery

Beverly Tadeu. Miniature wearable sculptures

The American artist Beverly Tadeu describes her work as having a “fragile, ethereal quality that belies its inherent strength and durability.” The jeweler solders forged and formed pieces of 18k gold and silver to...

Gigi Mariani. Infinite potential of metal

Works of italian jeweler Gigi Mariani take on the aspect of an ancient relic. Using niello, a blackener with the aid of sulfur, he conceals the preciousness of the noble metal. Under the application...

Marzia Rossi. Italian elegance

Incredible jewelry from the Italian jeweler Marzia Rossi. Rough, irregular surfaces extenuated by feminine and refined elements and details. The jeweller studied in Alchimia Contemporary Jewelry School under artist jewelers Giampaolo Babetto, Manfred Bischoff and...

So Young Park. Ancient craft and modern design

So Young Park is originally from South Korea. At an early age she found interest in the arts and concentrated in fine art painting at an art high school. Afterwards she attended Kon-Kuk University...

Nicola Heidemann. A dialogue with nature

Nicola Heidemann was born in 1965 in Munich, she started in 1985 with selfeducated training in her own studio, reseaching and experimenting in different technologies autodidactically. With the work Nicola wants to express the...

Aaron Macsai. Asymmetrical symmetry

His often asymmetrical jewelry has an unique dynamic symmetry. Aaron likes to work with metal by hands: “I forge, extrude, bend, file, solder, fuse gold; sandblast and polish. I am fascinated by the marriage...