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17th annual exhibition of the gallery artists

Exhibition  /  30 Nov 2012  -  26 Jan 2013
Published: 09.12.2012
17th annual exhibition of the gallery artists.
Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h
Management:
Noel Guyomarc'h
Yu Hiraishi. Brooch: Untitled. Mixed media. Yu, HiraishiBroochMixed media. Yu Hiraishi
Brooch: Untitled
Mixed media


Yu, Hiraishi
Brooch
Mixed media

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The gallery is showing the work of over 65 artists. Exploring new materials, new ideas, new concepts, shapes and form, the selected artists wanted to express their point of view about jewelry.
For its 17th anniversary, Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h gathers the creations by 65 international and local jewelry artists. Impressed by the multiplicity of forms, shapes and styles, this exhibition wants to be a portrait of the current production in contemporary jewelry.

Among the group of the permanently gallery’s artists, we can find the new collections by Barbara Stutman, using textile techniques to create her new pieces made of vinyl lacing, colored copper wire and fresh water pearls. Graduated from Alchimia School, Firenze, Silvie Altschuler creates personages made of gold and paper full of humor and irony. To create a visual balance, Gabrielle Desmarais opposes successfully materials with vibrant colors asking a new experience when worn.

For this event, Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h invited artists from all over the world. Inspired by the girandole or chandelier - style pieces popular in the 17th century, Shu-Lin Wu, from Taiwan creates earrings made of layers of porcelain. Peter Hoogeboom proposes amazing neckpieces made of ceramic bottles and silver. Yu Hiraishi, a Japanese sculptor and jeweler, built sculptural brooches, necklaces and earrings in brass covered with vibrant colored enamel paint. Fascinated with machines, the Australian jeweler Blanche Tilden creates jewelry out of industrial materials that emphasize geometric patterns, repetition and the precision of machine-made objects. Focusing on the latest technological advances in Digital Design, 3D Modeling and Selective Laser Sintering, Anthony Tammaro and Arthur Hash from US proposes large scale necklaces, looking like vertebras or organs linked with silicone elements. Inspired by nature, Kye-Yeon Son creates bowls and objects made of repetitive elements.
Kristi Sword. Earrings: Untitled. Mixed media. Kristi, SwordEarringsMixed media. Kristi Sword
Earrings: Untitled
Mixed media


Kristi, Sword
Earrings
Mixed media

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Paul Leathers. Brooch: Untitled. Mixed media. Paul, LeathersBroochesMixed media. Paul Leathers
Brooch: Untitled
Mixed media


Paul, Leathers
Brooches
Mixed media

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Arthur Hash. Bracelet: Untitled. Steel. Arthur, HashBraceletSteel. Arthur Hash
Bracelet: Untitled
Steel


Arthur, Hash
Bracelet
Steel

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Barbara Stutman. Collier: Untitled. Vinyl lacing. Barbara, StutmanCollierVinyl lacing. Barbara Stutman
Collier: Untitled
Vinyl lacing


Barbara, Stutman
Collier
Vinyl lacing

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