Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Daniela Schwaag

Els blancs s’alternen amb les irisacions del nacre i els tons de la fusta. Aquesta joiera fa unes delicades composicions tot donant formes arrodonides a aquests colors. Els elements còncaus i convexes afegeixen una subtil tridimensionalitat a les joies. Galerie Pilartz i 18kt.

More than one white alternates with Nacre’s iridescent and wood tones. This jeweler creates a delicate composition, creating rounded forms with these colors. The concave and convex elements add a subtle, three-dimensionality to the jewels. Galerie Pilartz and 18kt.

2 Responses to “Daniela Schwaag”

  1. paula lindblom says:

    Hi Dear Montserrat!

    I like the last posts you have done.
    I can be very fascinated and also very proud of all the”good” and interesting jewellery makers out there… I hope it will never end, as I have recognize you can add one good-interesting and hard working jewellery artist a day, that’s not bad!

    It seems to me who also is in the jewellery field that a lot of us inspired by nature and that’s a very nice inspiration source and also so much to get from that direction.

    I also hit by that jewellery art has become bigger and bigger, more and more artist use jewellery as away of working and that’s also a very good develop…

    Jewellery art is a relative new art form so I like the way it has explore the last 5-10 years.
    (The human has always done jewelleries, since we started to walk and use our hands and brain together on this earth, but jewellery art is from the early 70th.)

    So Dear Montserrat, keep up the good work and don’t stop post pieces of jewellery!
    And to all colleges out there in other workshops and studios; keep up the good work to and see you as a part in something that grows!

    Have a nice weekend with a lot of inspiration!

    With love and thoughts Paula.

  2. montserrat lacomba says:

    Thanks a lot Paula!

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