shining broach : aka jewellery.
Illuminated brooch with changeable photo image by aka jewelry
Title Quote: Buddha
“As an artist I am inspired by the materials, colors and forms that I find in my everyday environment. I am particularly drawn to objects that record physical processes or bear the imperfections and scars of life. Intuitively chosen, these objects suggest layered metaphors of knowledge and corporeality as an embodiment of the transitory nature of the body, thoughts, memories, or one’s life experiences.Each body of art work that I create is a deeply personal and visual representation of events, philosophies and transformations that have shaped my life. Often when I am working I am not always aware of this directly– but in hindsight I seem to be guided by materials that consciously or unconsciously trigger thoughts and emotions. These recurring or transient themes manifest themselves in art works that express ideas in veiled layers of meaning.” jacquline rush lee Title Quote: Hellen Keller
Link: ontwerpduo | Work: Joints.
“Wood joinery is functional. In the past the joinery was all made by hand. For this it was kept relatively simple. With the present day machines it is possible to make these joints faster and more accurate. Joinery made in this way is decorative as well as functional.
With this in mind there were several ways to go. The idea lends itself for different options such as child furniture with the joinery being a story, a more technical approach where the joint itself is the instruction manual. Or a subtle visual joy where the joints are beautiful and functional.
The result is a desk completely made with a CNC Router. With the joints as the decorative element in it. The desk is designed to show the joinery and give it prominent place, it is an example of how this idea of joinery can be implemented in many different ways.” -ontwerpduo
Title Quote: Lewis Carroll
2008. found 1975 diary, colored tabs, wikipedia contemporary english-language Haiku definition
Exhibited in 7,000 stones etc. Alfred, New York
Title Quote: Antonio Porchia
“visited every flat and business on the East Berlin street where the gallery LUNA international was situated, to enquire whether the residents had any art at home.
I asked to borrow the works and replaced them with a small sign indicaÂting that they would be taking part in an exhibition. For two weeks I emptied homes and filled the gallery with art.” -Lenka Clayton
Title Quote: Alfred Lord Tennyson