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Star Luster in Your Window

Exhibition  /  06 Dec 2019  -  11 Feb 2020
Published: 29.11.2019
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Intro
I want a white morning and white evening under clear starry sky... The starry night sky, so beautiful and unique, exuberant with bright stars. So many new beginnings. A beginning for an idea, life, a unique story, a new art piece.

Artist list

Sara Barbanti, Sergejs Blinovs, Valdis Broze, Raluca Buzura, Dinari Jewels, Nicolas Estrada, Maria Rosa Franzin, Yasuko Kanno, Andris Lauders, Najin Lee, Reka Lorincz, Gigi Mariani, Clara Niubo, Sara Shahak, Tanel Veenre, Maija Vītola, Māris Šustiņš
The winter exhibition will feature artists’ dreams, wishes, thoughts and reflections on the interaction between a man and nature. It is a story of a small star in the vast sky, which, when seen, converts thought into a jewel. Everyone of us has been immersed in the winter starry sky while reaching towards one’s dream. A star, a wonderful night jewel; a diamond in the sky. The winter starry sky with its beauty, mystery and delightful depth has served as a powerful source of inspiration for exhibition artists. So let there be as many stars as we have dreams and unsaid wishes.

Gigi Mariani, Italy
I try to spontaneously incorporate my daily emotions into jewellery. My emotions are just as diverse as stars, like the weather, so the inspiration never gets dull and repetitive. The contrast between the geometric shape and the texture of the material allows me to create works that are unique and sculptural - the oxidized metal is a figurative material applied to the silver and gold canvas.

Liisa Hashimoto, Japan
I get my inspiration for my jewellery in nature, different seasons. I am inspired by the winter, the uniqueness of snowflakes, or the snowy forest that is full of silence, and snow that makes subtle noises when one’s leaving a footprint. I like the organic forms in nature. They are so diverse, there are no two identical shapes, just as there are no two identical stars in the sky. Most of my jewellery is made of silver, copper and brass, all jewellery is handmade.

Reka Lorincz, Hungary
Jewellery design for me means interpreting everyday feelings. It is a way of communication between my inner world and the outside. Jewellery is what makes the seemingly invisible into something tangible and visible. Through jewellery I demonstrate the various aspects of the universe. They reflect my thoughts, emotions and the impulses of the surrounding environment. Through the art of jewellery I try to reflect the difference between a sensation and reality.

Simeon Shomov, Bulgaria
Most of my work has a characteristic illustrative start. As a thought that is being born while looking at the stars, later in a sketch on a sticky note and finally, as a spring sprout awakening from the winter sleep - a real art piece at the exhibition. Designs are evolving from drawings or stories that we all have known since childhood. In the concepts and ideas about nature, I like this relationship between people, nature and fairy-tale characters.
I mainly work with silver. Using the quality of this precious metal, I have created textures and patterns that are layered and soldered together to warm any human heart, creating playful symbolic stories.


Where? I call out in the wind and stars,
Where will the miracle be born?
Sara Barbanti. Necklace: Nadia, 2019. Charcoal, silver, iron.. 11.5 x 9 x 1 cm; Chain: 55 cm.. Photo by: Paolo Terzi. Sara Barbanti
Necklace: Nadia, 2019
Charcoal, silver, iron.
11.5 x 9 x 1 cm; Chain: 55 cm.
Photo by: Paolo Terzi
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Maria Rosa Franzin. Brooch: Casa Rossa, 2019. Silver 925, pigment, coral.. Maria Rosa Franzin
Brooch: Casa Rossa, 2019
Silver 925, pigment, coral.
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Valdis Broze. Ring: Untitled, 2019. Silver 925, gold 18k, rock crystal.. Valdis Broze
Ring: Untitled, 2019
Silver 925, gold 18k, rock crystal.
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Raluca Buzura. Brooch: Lobster, 2019. Porcelain, gaze, pigment, gold, natural sponge, steel.. Raluca Buzura
Brooch: Lobster, 2019
Porcelain, gaze, pigment, gold, natural sponge, steel.
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Nicolas Estrada. Necklace: Untitled, 2019. Yellow gold, silver 925.. Nicolas Estrada
Necklace: Untitled, 2019
Yellow gold, silver 925.
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Yasuko Kanno. Brooch: Untitled, 2019. Gilded silver 925.. Yasuko Kanno
Brooch: Untitled, 2019
Gilded silver 925.
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Najin Lee. Brooch: Untitled, 2019. Copper, enamel, iron, ottchil, PVC.. Najin Lee
Brooch: Untitled, 2019
Copper, enamel, iron, ottchil, PVC.
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Reka Lorincz. Object: Yolo, 2019. Antique plate, pearls, wood, leather, textile.. Photo by: Reka Lorincz. Reka Lorincz
Object: Yolo, 2019
Antique plate, pearls, wood, leather, textile.
Photo by: Reka Lorincz
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Gigi Mariani. Earrings: Solitare, 2019. Silver 925, gold 18k.. Gigi Mariani
Earrings: Solitare, 2019
Silver 925, gold 18k.
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Tanel Veenre. Brooch: Untitled, 2019. Silver 925, ebony, coal.. From series: From the King Ludwig. Tanel Veenre
Brooch: Untitled, 2019
Silver 925, ebony, coal.
From series: From the King Ludwig
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Sara Shahak. Brooch: Untitled, 2019. Iron, enamel, lacquer, rubber paint, velvet powder, glass paint, miniature glass balls, stainless steel.. Sara Shahak
Brooch: Untitled, 2019
Iron, enamel, lacquer, rubber paint, velvet powder, glass paint, miniature glass balls, stainless steel.
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