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Cleopatra CosuletCLEOPATRA COSULET
(ROMANIA, 1973)

Brooch - Avocado seed, resin, silver, steel.

"TheWholeIsMadeUpOfPieces"

The step from being a jewellery wearer to being a jewellery creator was coincidental, but the ones that followed were made consciously, with determination and commitment. Each piece is a concrete expression of a passing thought and creates an intimate connection with the wearer. Cotton's naturalness, the suppleness of fabrics, the tremendous potential of recyclables and the apparent coldness of the metal and resin are all factors that trigger the creative process.

www.cleopatracosulet.ro

 

Daniela BoniDANIELA BONI
(ARGENTINA, 1965)

Necklace - Leather, agate.

"Origo"

Mother Nature and her generative force, a force that embodies a certain rawness but also the primal sense of beauty. ORIGO is the basic principle from which something originates, the beginning of life, the start of the Universe, the Source. Origins is the leitmotif for the whole collection, inspired by Mother Nature's most intense and essential form.

www.danielaboni.me

 

Daniella SarayaDANIELLA SARAYA
(ISRAEL, 1988)

Necklace - Silver, plastic, marble.

"Undel all"

"Under all": This project is a continuation of my -RE-COVE- project, which combines emotional work and a research motivation – the observation of nature to understand the different processes it undergoes over time. This is joined by a material examination of how to achieve a result, somewhere between controlled and coincidental, that would illustrate these processes in the jewellery itself.

www.daniella-saraya.com

 

 

 

Elina HonkanenELINA HONKANEN
(FINLAND, 1984)

Brooch - Calcium, pigment, resin, steel.

"Keep it away"

These five pieces of jewellery are a part of my "Keep it away" series. The series is highly personal and intimate and talks about taboos, feelings and opinions that are not supposed be expressed out loud; things that happen to us and the forbidden feelings we have. In our society, many things must be kept hidden away. But nobody can really say that your feelings are not right or that you don ́t have the permission to feel this way.

Elisabeth HabigELIZABETH HABIG
(AUSTRIA, 1989)

Brooch - Parchment, gold.

"The course of time"

For the series "The course of time", I choose materials that are rich in contrast. The moveable parchment that captures a lost moment meets rigid gold, which stands for eternity and visualises the againg process and the transience of every moment.

www.elisabethhabig.com

 

Heejin LeeHEEJIN LEE
(SOUTH KOREA, 1985)

Necklace – Silver.

I express the uniqueness of the figurative characteristics of wildflowers in jewellery.
The wildflowers have bright and soft colours. These colours fit well with nature. To express the colour of wildflowers well in harmony with nature, I used silver as a material in most of my works and tried to bring out the metal's distinctive colour. My intention was to describe a scene from nature, rather than highlighting the respective elements.

Inai TsubasaINAI TSUBASA
(JAPAN, 1990)

Ring - Acrylic, nylon cord, mirror film.

"Reflection"

I believe that pieces of jewellery can present not only the beauty of shapes but also the enjoyment of wearing a certain space or depth and some interesting phenomena with various perspectives. This time, through my creation with jewels, I have tried to rediscover the relationship between light and space, which affects our perspective.

www.iic09018ti.wixsite.com/tsubasainai

 

Ioli LivadaIOLI LIVADA
(CYPRUS, 1968)

Brooch - Aubergine peel, corn leaf, silver, steel.

"Imaginary flowers"

Inspired by a delicate flower, my work is based on the frailty of things. I try working with materiality, using mostly natural materials such as aubergine peel and corn leaves, and trying to explore their limitations without losing the feeling of a fragile piece. That is how I create flowers that take shape in the landscapes of my dream world. Can an aubergine be transformed into a piece of jewellery?

www.ioliartworks.com

 

Irene PalomarIRENE PALOMAR
(ARGENTINA, 1952)

Necklace – Silver, plastic.

In this collection, the thermoplastic modules in some pieces are subject to spatial interventions by imaginary planes that cause cuts and allow us to see new linear figures that materialise the cut.

www.joyeriadeautor.com.ar

 

 

Isabelle BusnelISABELLE BUSNEL
(FRANCE, 1965)

Brooch - Gold leaf, silicone.

In this new collection, I unleash my fascination for the Baroque. Brooches and necklaces are made of gold, silver and copper leaves, embedded in white and translucent silicone, giving a contemporary twist to this exuberant and grandiloquent style.

www.isabellebusnel.co.uk

 

 

 

Jamie ChungJEEMIN JAMIE CHUNG
(SOUTH KOREA, 1983)

Brooch - Brass, silver, pigments.

"Summer Flakes"

One day, an idea made me curious, curious about the existence of the non-existent. The non-existent form that can be translated into my own way by giving boundaries to irregular changes. I was fascinated by the existence of the invisibility. It clearly does not show existence itself, but it is revealed in other forms. The work I wanted to present reflects me, partly revealing the moments of my life.

www.lisanjamie.com

Jillian MooreJILLIAN MOORE
(USA, 1981)

Necklace - Foam, resins, polymer clay, paint, rubber, felt.

Our natural tendency to seek out patterns results in a sensitivity to the congruities in biological forms. Deliberate exploitation of these phenomena results in objects that are both ambiguous and evocative. I choose materials and techniques that are transformative, resulting in objects that do not readily reveal the processes of their making.

http://www.jillianmoore.net

 

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