Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Tuesday, 8 December 2009
Monday, 7 December 2009
"Noovo Editions is an independent editorial project with online and paper editions. First of its kind in Spain from an unique and contemporary perspective on the international panorama, Noovo seeks not only to be an aesthetic arbiter but also a cultural mediator at the juncture between Fashion, Photography & Jewellery. A platform to show the highest level of creativity from around the world."I am very pleased that Noovo has selected my work to be part of their gallery. As well as showcasing contemporary jewellery they also interview makers and have content for photography and fashion too. http://www.noovoeditions.com/NOOVO/jewellery.html
Monday, 23 November 2009
“Pinetum Neckpiece” marks my move from London to the Kent countryside. My New Bling is the environment around me and a heightened awareness of the change in seasons; priceless!
I particularly the Hyacinth Ring by Alidra Alic, see for yourself here: http://www.objectfetish.com/holiday/
Thanks Whitney and Jeff, Merry Christmas!
Wednesday, 18 November 2009
Tuesday, 10 November 2009
A conceptual-space with the purpose of staging and promoting Dutch, Portuguese and international creative minds. Heights of design, fashion and jewellery in combination with special curated exhibitions and other adventures.A traveling project connecting independent designers globally.Steinbeisser in Amsterdam
14 November - 23 December
Opening Saturday 14 November
12:00 to 22:00 Vernissage 16:00 to 19:00
Address: Singel 38, Amsterdam"
Text from: http://www.steinbeisser-in.blogspot.com/
Text from: http://www.uglyobjects.com/
Thursday, 5 November 2009
Tuesday, 3 November 2009
Monday, 2 November 2009
"The exhibition Paradigma, a hybrid of paradigm and paradigmas, is the work of 8 members of staff from the School of Jewellery at Birmingham City University and 7 staff from the School of Jewellery at Escola Massana in Barcelona.
The aim of Paradigma is in its’ title, to showcase examples and present diversity of; ideas and concepts, of materiality and technology, of form and function, from these two institutions, demonstrating the current range of research interests in Birmingham and Barcelona. There may well be identifiable cultural paradigms, aesthetic similarity and difference in this exhibition. However, these factors need to be viewed within a wider context, as neither the staff at Escola Massana, nor Birmingham, are exclusively Spanish, or British. As a core value, this exhibition demonstrates a commitment to the transformative power of continual communication and exchange with others worldwide and a belief in the growing internationalisation of both the School of Jewellery within Birmingham, the UK and beyond, and our friends and colleagues at Escola Massana in Barcelona.
Dates: 14 November – 11 December 2009. Monday – Friday 10:00am – 5:00pm.
Paradigma is curated by Professor Jack Cunningham
Participants: 8 staff from the Birmingham School of Jewellery and 7 staff from Escola Massana, Barcelona. Including;
UK – Jack Cunningham, Jivan Astfalck, Jo Pond, Zoe Robertson, Terry Hunt, Anna Lorenz, Karen Bartlett & Bridie Lander.
Spain – Ramon Puig Cuyas, Silvia Walz, Judy McCaig, Carmen Amador, Ursula Vinolas, Carles Codina & Elisabet Puig. "
Text taken from BIAD website http://www.schoolofjewellery.com/