After studying Fine Arts in Bilbao and spent a year in Greece, he established in Barcelona in 2005 where he has formed as a ceramist artist at Llotja art school . He currently works in ceramics, decorative utilitarian objects and jewelry, in interaction with other materials and techniques such as crochet, metal or leather.
The concept for this unique jewelry, is based on the idea of bean, the seed as device of life, that originates the process between measured and unpredictability, repetition and change, as potential latency. Its shape is interesting for its subtlety, between the symmetrical and geometric but organic and soft, referring to a living being. Hand made process of creations with care of every detail.
Textile jewelry woven from hemp, cotton or linen. Pieces with organic shapes and spontaneous aspect, which combine the character of the raw materials with color and evidence of tissue structure in constructions of continuity.
Here you can see the new additon in our gallery: jewelry pieces fruit of the collaboration between the ceramic artist Minji Jung (read more about her and see her creations at our ceramic category) and the young catalonian artist Marta Ortí. Both of them were studied in Llotja Art School in Barcelona. Recently (february 2013) Marta was the winner of 080 Design contest for her “Origami” project: paper necklace.
From the origami come the inspiration for this necklace and earrings, made of porcelain and silver en collaboration with Minji.
Artist from Catalonia, produces jewelery using wood as first material.
The designs of the bracelets created by him are from several types of wood, with organic forms and different levels.
Filed under JEWELRY, WOOD
He was born in southern France and twenty years old learned to work the stone in a french centuries-old association called L’association des compagnons du devoir ouvrière, where cultivated the art of building in stone.
“My learning was developed over a 6-year journey that led me to work several types of stone in different regions of France. My aim has always been beyond my knowledge, which led me to collaborate in the construction of La Sagrada Familia. “
Nowadays he uses for his creations divers stones like marble, granite, sandstone, slate, stone mountain or river boulders. The choice of material varies according to different criteria: the color of the stone, its natural form and sometimes, its geological composition. Everything depends of the desire of the artist, for example, a more homogeneous stone allows thinner pieces.
Paula Estrada, branded as Alma Propia is colombian artist based en Barcelona. For her jewelry creations she combinate different materials l(for example: silver with porcelain).
Porcelain and sterling silver jewelry.
In a small street in New York … in search of curios objects and my fascination with insects …. I found this precious, lovely bug…
Flies so repugnates for some ones, so beautiful for others…They joined me in series of pieces that I started to create in 2007 … and as time passes new flies are integrating … new forms and new transformations…
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University Sant Jordi of Barcelona, specializing in etching. After completing her studies of ceramic art in the Llotja Art School in the same city, she focused her work to investigate the techniques of image reproduction with ceramic materials.
Currently she is working at silkscreen on porcelain, creating unique pieces as dialogue with the space.
Memories or white on white
Is composed by 4 white porcelain pieces silkscreen printed in white, suspended by a thread, which is crowned at the base by a lead. The set is designed to be hung and to enjoy looking how the translucency of the material play with the light.