Katherine Wheeler is a Central Victorian artist, based in Castlemaine. She graduated from a bachelor of Fine arts, Gold and silversmithing at RMIT and previously a Diploma of fine arts at RMIT. Wheeler makes sculptural jewellery and hollowware that combine materials like silver, porcelain, paper and thread. Her beautiful pieces are often coated with white paint, to create a new skin for their anthrophomorphic forms.
Images courtesy of Katherine Wheeler
Elvira H Mateu is an amazing artist who creates gorgeous jewelry that are unique sculptures. Have a look at her fabulous work!
Her work is inspired by the Nature, the human body, the botanology and the entomology.
Amazing sculptural buttons for this military coat!
Images courtesy of the artist
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Designer Jessica Seaton from Los Angeles creates beautiful jewelry, hand sculpted using an ancient wax method. They are very impressive, with a gothic feeling and kinda remind me Lord of the Rings!
Laura Prieto-Velasco creates original jewelry, pieces of art sculptural and organic. Objects that change over time, concealing their materials or construction methods and revealing an original character. Have a look at her very interesting work.
I am interested in the way jewelry rarely escapes its fate of re-invention. Sometimes a piece will become part of a collection and remain frozen in a particular form for decades, maybe centuries, until it changes hands and is transformed again for one reason or another. It’s only a matter of time. My work is a reinterpretation of this history, a kind of living organism that thrives on change.
Cheryl Eve Acosta creates amazing sculptural jewelry. They actualle use the human body as a site of display. Each piece is unique and handmade!
Art Smith (Arthur Smith 1917-1982) was born to Jamaican parents in Cuba in 1917. His family moved in Brooklyn in 1920 and he showed his artistic talent from an early age. His jewelry is beautiful and inspiring!
I instantly fell in love with Darcy Miro‘s jewelry! One of a kind jewelry pieces created out of sterling silver, white bronze and gold, each piece is a small sculpture, a work of art. Different surfaces and textures juxtapose with one another, pieces that are almost raw, unfinished and rough. They almost look like ancient findings!
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