Why don’t you consider the charm show contemporary international jewelry by artists, in a array of materials
21 April, 2014 at 2:05 am in Buy & Sell
Why don't you consider the charm show contemporary international jewelry by artists, in a array of materials What is most important if you ask me can be a sense of the Pandora Murano Glass Beads clear and original vision that will not feel derivative in concept or implementation. The work must consult its time (That's not me fond of the definition of ‘timeless’) i am very interested in subtlety. Being in this particular field for years and seeing a whole lot Pandora CZ Beads work, it is still inspiring if you ask me to discover new work which is truly provocative and powerful and seems to speak its own ‘language.’ My intuition plays a part in selection – an intuition that has grown and that I now trust, from countless years on this field. What is your background and what led you to chance a gallery showing art jewelry? Ellen Reiben: I have an MFA in jewelry from Rochester Institute of Technology i studied with Gary Griffin. Pandora Beads Charms On Sale My work was mostly in non-precious materials. I became an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin and studied with Fred Fenster. Since that time We've done a broad selection of exhibition design, theatre props and my own , personal jewelry. Now, however, I give attention to my gallery and my daughter, who's going to be fifteen. The gallery was called V O Galerie in 1984 when Joke van Ommen opened it. She was killed within the car accident in 1988 and her family talked about to take over. At that time I'd my work in her gallery. I changed the name of the gallery for legal reasons and carried on along with her goals of bringing international artist jewelers' work for the United States. Iris Bodemer Susan Cummins: Many thanks Ellen. Now to Iris . . . Iris, how did you become to be a maker of bijou? Iris Bodemer: As being a girl around eleven years I started binding simple ornaments with silver wire. Glass beads, slices of wood, rubber tubes – I collected exactly what attracted me and I could give this stuff a whole new existence by wearing them. Little else have been as compelling over the years and after this I still love the power of jewelry to express my ideas within a sculptural way. In 2004 you used fiber not only as an element in a piece but usually to keep it together. What were your reasons for deploying it that way? Iris Bodemer: I got a ring outside the estate of my grandma, which inspired my earlier work. It turned out a fairly easy a wedding ring and I think rrt had been too big for my child. There is a black and brown thread twisted round the ring and the vision of the woolen protuberance inspired the project. I started with rings that were quite big also to affect the size I recently added more wool. I liked the softness and also the strength in the fiber mainly because it wrapped around stones as a simple setting, or as flexible connector for neckpieces. It also offered either colors as well as the by using lines as drawings. Generally I liked the sense of warmth.