Into… Cate Blanchett
Cate Blanchett inspired me for the piece called “Campanula”.
She is like an elphin creature whose beauty is shown in her simplicity and poetry, as Cate herself. A beauty that evokes the magic sound of nature and the brightness and lightness of the nymph’s world.
Reason for choosing to make my piece for Florence Welch:
My friend lent me the Florence and the Machine album the same week that I split up with my boyfriend and found myself temporarily homeless. I didn’t listen to the lyrics but the music was empowering, I was in the final throes of making my current jewellery collection and without wanting to sound cliché it got me through it. So I want to make my ‘Into Flora’ piece for Florence Welch. It encompasses feelings of powerful women, mother nature, fighting and dancing!
Therefore, my ‘Into-Artist piece’, in homage to Peaches, is not a ‘Pussy Light’ but a ‘Pussy Brooch’.
Into. . .Vincent van Gogh
I will try to explain (as well as I can in English language) why Vincent van Gogh is so inspiring to me.
I tried to express radiance, but also missing adaptability with the circle form.
From tomorrow until September 26th you can visit “IntoFlora” at Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, an exhibition of exuberant floral jewelry.
A partir de demà i fins el dia 26 de Setembre es pot visitar “IntoFlora” a la Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, una exposició dedicada a la joieria floral exuberant.
Participating artists / Artistes participants: Natalya Pinchuk, Russia/USA; Lisa Juen, Germany/China; Mikaela Lyons, UK; Ana Hagopian, Barcelona; Masayuki Nagata, Japan; Selina Campbell, UK; Ines Schwotzer, Germany; Anna Atterling, Sweden.
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