We spent a few days in London, we went to see temporary expos in the British Museum: Celts, in which I have a personal interest and which was most excellent, and the Drawing in silver and gold[…]
My workshop is still dismantled, and I expect it to remain so for a while still. I’m starting to pick up my knitting again, but I don’t have a lot of free time. Meanwhile, here[…]
See Parts I, II, III, IV and V. I am dedicating this entry to the exposed pieces of Ramón Teixé (Barcelona, 1873-1926) in particular, which I think are extraordinary. Enamel over chased iron, string. c. 1920. Jaume Monés Collection.
I just realized I never finished this series! Last post was in Fabruary 2011. shame on me ;P Well, better late than never. Here goes. See Parts I, II, III and IV. Boucheron, 1925 Josep[…]
Image by Annie Bertram I will participate in this exhibition in March / April with some enamel work. More info coming soon! :)
Image © Trëz Orb Skull I, 2005 Skull III (crow skull) Skull III (crow skull) All images clickable. For the last weeks, with vacation breaks and other interruptions, I have been working on a little[…]
A project I have been working on for the last weeks, is my submission to GreenLion Gallery‘s upcoming exhibition “The Kiss: Inspirations from The Cure”, running from September 15 to October 15, 2011 at GreenLion[…]
(Artist’s Jewels. From Modernisme to the Avant-garde, part IV) See part I here, part II here, part III here. Fuset i Grau, c. 1920 Fuset i Grau, c. 1920 Fuset i Grau, c. 1920 Attributed[…]
(Artist’s Jewels. From Modernisme to the Avant-garde, part III) See part I here, part II here. Lluís Masriera, 1901-1902 Lluís Masriera, 1905 An aeroplane over Barcelona! Alexandre de Riquer, c. 1890 Lluís Masriera, c.[…]
(Artist’s Jewels. From Modernisme to the Avant-garde, part II) See part I here. Lluís Masriera, 1903-1912 René Lalique, c.1900-1901 René Lalique, c.1900-1901 Boucheron, 1908 René Lalique, c.1903-1904 Philippe Wolfers, 1898 Philippe Wolfers, c. 1899 René[…]
(Artist’s Jewels. From Modernisme to the Avant-garde) During my recent trip to Barcelona, I visited this wonderful exhibition in the MNAC museum, “the occasional but fruitful approach by artists to the world of jewellery is[…]
A picture of my necklace in the exhibition :)
The exhibition I took part in is currently taking place in the Museum voor vlakglas- en emaillekunst in Ravenstein, The Netherlands, until the 4th of October of 2009. I couldn’t make it to the opening,[…]
Now it is finished :)
Actually… I wanted to finish the three pieces I posted about Sunday because I wanted to apply for entry in a juried exhibition of enamelled jewellery that will take place in the Museum voor vlakglas-[…]
I just found a letter in my mailbox, from Lark Books. My submission for the Skull I pendant (this one below, but a different pic I think) has been accepted to appear in the book[…]
Llotja. Emaux 2006 “Visions de la Catalogne” Du juillet au 30 août 2006 Inauguration et vernissage jeudi 6 juillet a 18 heures Galerie Vincent Pécaud 21, rue Élie-Berthet 87000 Limoges – France Ouvert du mardi[…]
The tower with swifts. The weird character featured in the arch above. My plate. Portrait of my dad with japanese girls in the background. Heh. Elisa, Núria, Andreu, me, my dad.
Some pictures from the exhibition yesterday.
Esmalts Llotja 2005. Homenatge al professor Andreu Vilasís Dates: de l’1 de juny al 25 de juny de 2005 Sales: sala -1 Organitza: Escola Superior d’Art i Disseny “Llotja” Centre Català d’Artesania, Paisseg de Gràcia,[…]
One I took clandestinely, this is my favorite piece from the exhibition. Lucien Gaillard 1900 90mm