The New Jewelry doesn’t look so new 20 years on, but this book by Peter Dormer and Ralph Turner remains a good source for serious discussion of what makes art jewelry different from other kinds of jewelry. First published in 1985, it was revised in 1994.
This volume, published as American Art Jewelry Today in the United Kingdom, provides an excellent entry into the field of art jewelry.
Jacqui Chan As an emerging jeweler, being selected for Talente is a tremendous encouragement and endorsement. It suggests someone, somewhere thinks you might have an inkling of promise. So I was incredibly grateful for the funding from Creative New Zealand, the national arts council, which enabled me to attend the show in person and experience
Leslie Craze Gallery (Leslie Craze in black at center) Ruthin Craft Centre, Kevin Coates installation A few of the galleries displayed mini-exhibitions of a single artist such as Wendy Ramshaw at Lesley Craze Gallery, Kevin Coates at Ruthin Craft Centre and Iris Eichenberg’s wonderful pink pieces at Galerie Louise Smit. Rome-based Alternatives Gallery showed an
There was a lovely chill in the air as the AJF London trip got off to an appropriate start with a tea and scones event at the traditional Draycott Hotel. Most of the participants had not been to the COLLECT fair before, so we asked Liesbeth den Besten, a writer and curator from Amsterdam to