I appear unable to go greater than six months with out presenting a paper jewellery spherical up – apologies to these of you who do not give a hoot about jewellery. However in the event you’re like me and by no means tire of seeing the varied methods paper artists are creating distinctive wearable artwork, learn on and luxuriate in.
Silversmith Silina Pandelidou of Silinarte was featured beforehand, however I can not assist however present you a few of her newer items. The various methods Silina combines silver with paper that she hand paints are placing of their simplicity and with colours which are impressed by the ocean and island of Paros, Greece the place she lives.
Silinarte web site; Instagram; Fb
Monica Peksa in Austria describes herself as an arts and crafts trainer who studied jewellery making way back. The artwork items she creates have a contemporary aesthetic regardless that they’re constituted of what she calls “seemingly nugatory supplies, reminiscent of corrugated cardboard and paper straws.” Monica makes use of stainless-steel and
brass for small components.
She might be contacted through DM on Instagram or store in particular person at ‘S Fachl Linz.
Monica Peksa’s Instagram
Daphné in Reims, France is a well-liked creator of paper jewellery on Etsy [affiliate] the place her store known as Washi Kiyoko. She fell in love with Japanese papers and combines them with brass findings to create an array of contemporary earring kinds. Some embody resin charms and even dried flowers.
The tassels and polka dot developments are nonetheless going sturdy for spring and summer season.
WashiKiyoko Etsy store; Instagram; Fb
Graphic designer, photographer, dancer, and now jewellery artist, Ronit Cohen in Ramat Gan, Israel makes completely formed conical beads which are mixed in suave methods to create wearable artwork jewellery. Ronit cuts paper sheets into strips and enjoys the meditative rolling course of. Typically she provides ready-made beads to a design.
The vivid necklace [above] was made for a paper
jewellery problem of CODA museum (Apeldoorn, The Netherlands), and “was
impressed by the color palette and timeless drawings of the Dutch author
and illustrator Dick Bruna.”
Ronit Cohen’s web site; Instagram; Fb
Jen Neame-Collins in southwest France describes her wearable artwork as
Flamboyant Jewellery for Fabulous Folks. Except for being sturdy and light-weight, each bit is considered one of a form and made up of multitudes of colourful paper charms.
Jen begins by portray a sheet of background paper and provides gold,
silver, or copper leaf patterns; the opposite aspect is equally embellished. Shapes are lower from the sheet and glued along with
extra layers of paper. Much more shade and sample is added to decorate up the items. Two layers of waterproof varnish are utilized
and lastly the charms are assembled into earrings, necklaces, or bracelets… no matter strikes her
Lydia Hirte in Dresden, Germany seems to be to paper as an acceptable jewellery making materials as a result of its flexibility and stability. By creating sturdy stress throughout the coiled ribbons of card, she has no want for glue or folds.
Lydia’s work has been broadly exhibited and is offered through Thereza Pedrosa Gallery in Asolo, Italy and BKV Munich.
Lydia Hirte web site, Instagram
Naoko Yoshizawa in Singapore is one other artist I’ve featured beforehand, but her designs deserve a re-evaluation. She hand dyes Japanese paper for each bit and combines it with oxidized silver.
Naoko might be contacted through Instagram DM.
Verde’s store is well-stocked and free worldwide transport is obtainable.
AlfieriJewelDesign Etsy store; Instagram; Fb