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Final hurdles.

We’re almost done with the semester, with an assessment on Monday so the third year studio is a bit crazy right now! However I got over my most stressful week last week, so this week should just be tying up all the loose ends. 133 more words

Sea Glass Earrings: Whale

Sawed in one piece, without any soldering necessary and with sea glass collected by the Caribbean sea in Guanabo, Cuba. Completely unique and unrepeatable pieces of earrings, following the shape of the glass as it was found on the beach. 33 more words

Metal Work

Sea Glass Earrings: Flying blue bird

Pieces of blue sea glass collected by the Caribbean sea in Guanabo, Cuba, held in place in a piece of copper that was cut out in one piece without any soldering needed. 90 more words

Metal Work

Sue Gregor: April Jeweller of the Month

Sue designs and makes a range of acrylic jewellery using a process she developed herself, called ‘Fossilized Plastic’. With this process of dying and embossing plastic Sue is able to capture the fine details of leaves and plants creating a fossil like surface.  459 more words

Jewellery

A REVIEW OF MUNICH JEWELRY WEEK 2016 – PART II

Alchimia’s second year MFA team of students visited Schmuck 2016 with its curatorial studies tutor Antonia Alampi. They spent their time analyzing and closely discussing a select number of exhibitions among the more than 70 organized for this year’s event. 1,627 more words

Exhibitions / Mostre

Second Home - Online Exhibition

The new online magazine Garland has just published an exhibition on the theme of Second Home in which I have presented my series of the Native and the Migrant together with my writings on the subject matter: 776 more words