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Talya Baharal

Exhibition  /  11 Jul 2008  -  01 Aug 2008
Published: 18.07.2008
Talya Baharal. Brooch: Residue #1, 2008. Mixed metals. Talya Baharal
Brooch: Residue #1, 2008
Mixed metals
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(...) an American jeweler known for many years in the US for her hollow-constructed silver jewelry, has put together a new group of work combining silver with iron dust, copper dust, and shards of metal that have been cut away from a shape and reattached, to create some very raw, bold and beautiful brooches and neckpieces. (...)

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Talya Baharal
Talya Baharal, known well in the us for her hollow-formed jewelry, has produced a body of work from silver, iron dust, copper dust and metal shards that is bold, direct and powerful. Baharal is using her materials like a painter uses paint, not always knowing the outcome, but always in control. The work is fluid and un-self-conscious and just plain beautiful—full of texture, subtle color and clearly comes from an artist who knows the materials she is using.

Talya Baharal. Brooch: Residue #2, 2008. Mixed metals. Talya Baharal
Brooch: Residue #2, 2008
Mixed metals
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Talya Baharal. Brooch: Urban Landscape #18, 2008. Mixed metals. Talya Baharal
Brooch: Urban Landscape #18, 2008
Mixed metals
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Talya Baharal. Brooch: Residue #6, 2008. Mixed metals. Talya Baharal
Brooch: Residue #6, 2008
Mixed metals
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Talya Baharal. Brooch: Residue #7, 2008. Mixed metals. Talya Baharal
Brooch: Residue #7, 2008
Mixed metals
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