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Die Drei: Drill - Cut - Grind

Exhibition  /  MJW-SchmuckTalente2018  /  06 Mar 2018  -  16 Mar 2018
Published: 01.03.2018
Galerie Artefakt
Management:
Birgit Esslinger Hirner, Solveig von Poswik, Barbara von Taeuffenbach
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Intro
Drill - Cut - Grind. The stone is interpreted as material in three different ways. The three female jewellery artists show their artistic language expressed through stone and present a new way of thinking about jewellery and handling gems.

Artist list

Denise Ebert, Pia Groh, Julia Obermaier
All group members learned their skills while studying in Idar-Oberstein with the aim to revive the traditions of stone carving and goldsmithing with a contemporary approach. The result is three different ways of handling the Nature given material and make it wearable. These differences disappear when the main motor of the creativity joins.

We are three women, three designers, three aesthetics with one language: JEWELLERY.

About Artists:
Denise Ebert
The title of my Bachelor work is 'Me, My Life and Jewelry – facets of Denise Ebert.'
During my final 
project I dealt with many topics which refer to my character and my inner self which has resulted in a very personal outcome. I focused on identity by collecting Souvenir objects and kitsch. My emotions, my roots, sensuality and sexuality also became a topic for the body adornment I created. Jewelry is my artistic language, it is my way to manifest my inner world. My artistic processes are driven and characterised by emotion, sensuous impressions, intuition and imagination.

Pia Groh
In my recent work, I show my fascination about the old and powerful symbol of the circle. I found my starting point in the repetative and rotating movements. The decision to work in stone I took because of similar strong and powerful appearance like the circle and because of its meditative making process.

Julia Obermaier
My main subject is about private space. If someone is crossing the borders of my spaces without permission, it causes a bad feeling.
I try to protect them as much as possible, but in daily life, one cannot always keep direct surroundings and personal space in their preferred way. Our outside world is always in relation 
with each other and our circumstances.
I create in my pieces rooms, containers, boxes or little caves. These spaces can be filled with 
ones own personal feelings, perceptions and sensations. I see my work as containers protecting the innermost emotions of the viewer or wearer, that they use to confront a busy world.
Denise Ebert. Necklace: Boobies, 2017. Rose quartz, Lava, schrinking tube, silver.. Photo by: Nima Ashrafi. Denise Ebert
Necklace: Boobies, 2017
Rose quartz, Lava, schrinking tube, silver.
Photo by: Nima Ashrafi
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Denise Ebert. Earrings: Lusttropfen, 2017. Selinite, resin, pigment, glitter. Photo by: Qi Wang. Denise Ebert
Earrings: Lusttropfen, 2017
Selinite, resin, pigment, glitter
Photo by: Qi Wang
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Julia Obermaier. Necklace: Can you feel it?, 2016. Rock crystal, silver, resin, pigment, paint.. Photo by: Julia Obermaier. Julia Obermaier
Necklace: Can you feel it?, 2016
Rock crystal, silver, resin, pigment, paint.
Photo by: Julia Obermaier
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Julia Obermaier. Brooch: Lakefront, 2018. Rock crystal, paint, silver.. Photo by: Julia Obermaier. Julia Obermaier
Brooch: Lakefront, 2018
Rock crystal, paint, silver.
Photo by: Julia Obermaier
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Pia Groh. Necklace: N 7, 2017. Agate, oxidized silver.. 6 x 5 x 23 cm. Pia Groh
Necklace: N 7, 2017
Agate, oxidized silver.
6 x 5 x 23 cm
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Pia Groh. Necklace: N 9, 2017. Agate and oxidized silver.. 7 x 2.8 x 22 cm. Pia Groh
Necklace: N 9, 2017
Agate and oxidized silver.
7 x 2.8 x 22 cm
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