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New jewellery and Hybridization

Exhibition  /  23 May 2007  -  30 Jun 2007
Published: 21.05.2007
Velvet Da Vinci Gallery
Silvia Walz. Brooch: Story 1, 2007. Cooper, enamel. Silvia Walz
Brooch: Story 1, 2007
Cooper, enamel
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Two Barcelona jewelers show influences of both Barcelona and the Mediterranean in their works. Both artists use found objects, precious and non-precious metals, and enamels but with quite different results.
Velvet Da Vinci Gallery offers a view of new cutting edge jewelry and small sculptures from bold international artists.

Two Barcelona jewelers show influences of both Barcelona and the Mediterranean in their works.
Both artists use found objects, precious and non-precious metals, and enamels but with quite different results.

The new series of work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, called Imago Mundi (World Views), uses Formica, bone, alabaster, ebony and silver.

Silvia Walz’s new work, Luz y Sombra (Light and Shadow), consists of silver, enamel and various other elements such as pearls and coral. 

Junko Iijima´s work, "Hybridization’" combines traditional Japanese teapot forms and contemporary anime with Pop Culture. The installation of bronze sculpture and drawings clearly reflects the confluence of cultures in her Japanese heritage. 

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