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        Joyas Sensacionales (Sensational Jewellery)

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        Joyas Sensacionales  (Sensational Jewellery)

        Collective of Contemporary Artistic Jewellers

        Website: http://www.joyas-sensacionales.tk
        Location: Barcelona (Spain)
        Members: 65
        Latest Activity: Feb 21, 2016

        Joyas Sensacionales. April 2013

        Participating Artists:

        Alfredo Gómez?? Alicia Giráldez?? Bego?a Prats?? Carla García?? Carme Roher??? Carolina Giner?? Clara Niubó???Elisa Pellacani?? Eva Burton?? Eva Girbes?? Fátima Tocornal?? Gemma Canal?? Lola Gratacós?? Lourdes Carmelo?? María Díez?? Marta Roca?? Montse Basora?? Montserrat? Lacomba?? Nicole Deuster?? Núria Anguren?? Paula Bahadian?? Rosa Nogués?? Sandra Llusà?? Silvina Rio?? Simón Mazuera?? Stéphanie Barbié?? Xus Anglès?? Yaiza Alemany

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        Introduction?by Silvia Walz

        In 2008 I had the idea of founding a working group for jewellers in Barcelona. Personally, I would have loved that idea having finished my studies at the Fachochschule Hildesheim in 1990.

        University is a sort of island where the students can live out interesting ideas and make them happen without too many difficulties.

        The difficulties come precisely one month after finishing ones studies: Now what?

        Suddenly, survival is all that matters … What can or can’t sell? These are questions which hardly mattered when studying.

        Then, those pretty thoughts and creative projects all fade into the past and one sinks easily into the everyday and any motivation for making interesting jewellery completely disappears.

        The Taller Perill, founded by Alicia Giraldez gave me the chance to extend my work as a teacher at the Escola Massana, such that in 2008 I suggested the “Joyas Sensacionales”?(Sensational Jewellery) project for both ex- students and jewellers who wanted to work together.

        Sensations, feelings were precisely the subjects with which I wished to stimulate and motivate my group of people. The themes chosen had to be open enough to give everyone the chance to find their own way, whilst I also wished to allow space for an exchange and for open discussion.

        Thus, in September 2008, I began to involve a number of innocent ex-students in my initial project, rapidly finding enough victims for the first theme “the forgotten”. The Galeria Amber-Art provided the amber and exhibited the finished works in their gallery.

        Here was another important point for me: I not only wished to motivate the jewellers into making personal work, but also hoped that these pieces could be shown in galleries and further, that they would sell.

        In this way, over the past nearly 5 years we have shown different projects in various galleries in Spain, Andorra and Germany.

        So far the group comprises 16 artists nearly from the beginning and every year there are some of the graduated students who join some month in the group. Depending on the theme, there are guest artists who have formed part of the project’s display.

        I hope that we can still share many sensations and that this project has plenty of life ahead.

        Who wouldn’t want to live on an island where the market isn’t the driving force?

        Coordinator Silvia Walz, 2013

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        'Sensational' colleagues at Taller Perill (Barcelona, Spain)

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        Alfredo Gómez

        Hole in the moon (2013). Brooch

        ?Colored porcelain, wood, silver and prolab

        100 x 60 x 30 mm

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        Alicia Giráldez

        Swing (2012). Brooch

        ?Enamel, copper and nickel silver

        120 x 80 x 20 mm

        www.tallerperill.com


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        ?Bego?a Prats

        The impossible II series - No title?(2013). Brooch

        Copper, nickel silver and paint

        60 x 70 x 50 mm

        www.begonaprats.blogspot.com

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        Carla García

        Enchanting landscapes series - The naivety of Riding Hood? (2013). Brooch

        Wood, paint and nickel silver

        100 x 100 x 30 mm

        www.cetrencada.tumblr.com

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        Carme Roher

        No title (2013). Pendant

        Gold, silver and steel wire

        60 x 35 x 10 mm


        Carolina Giner

        Structure and emptiness series - Piece II (2013). Pendant

        Nickel silver, black porcelain and steel wire

        50 x 100 x 30 mm

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        Clara Niubó

        No title (2013). Brooch

        Copper, nickel silver, silver, wood, alabaster, enamel and paint

        70 x 95 x 20 mm

        www.claraniubo.blogspot.com


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        Elisa Pellacani

        Eternal and happy life (2012). Brooch and earrings

        Copper, silver and enamel

        100 x 50 x 15 mm


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        Eva Burton

        Petium, creaturas de la marea series - Petium IV (2013). Brooch

        Reclaimed wood, paint and steel

        130 x 70 x 40 mm

        www.evaburtonjoyasdeautor.blogspot.com

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        Eva Girbes

        Primitive awakening series - Piece V (2012). ?Brooch

        Nickel silver, wood turning and paint

        90 x 40 x 15 mm

        www.joyart-esana.blogspot.com

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        Fátima Tocornal

        The Impossible?- Piece III (2011). ?Brooch

        Enamel, brass and copper oxided.

        65?x 60 x?20 mm

        www.fatimatocornal.com


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        Gemma Canal

        The Impossible series - No title (2012). Necklace

        Nickel silver, paint and textile

        500 x 50 x 35 mm

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        Lola Gratacós

        The Impossible II?series ?-? No title (2013). Brooch

        Nickel silver, copper, enamel, wood and lapis lazuli

        50 x 40 x 10 mm

        www.lolagratacos.blogspot.com

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        Lourdes Carmelo

        Ingredients for the memory series - I remember a story of gods (2012). Necklace

        Metal, glass, wood, bone and plastic

        250 x 20 x 20 mm

        www.lourdescarmelo.blogspot.com

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        María Díez

        Portrait of the Infanta Margarita (2013). Brooch

        Copper, enamel, brass and gold leaf

        130 x 75 x 3 mm

        www.mariadiezserrat.com

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        Marta Roca

        Vital spaces series (2012). Pendant

        Oxidazed nickel silver, brass, resin, fiber and paint

        170 x 35 x 20 mm

        www.martarocacontemporaryjewelry.blogspot.com

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        Montse Basora

        Impossible nature series - Piece I (2013). Brooch

        Silver nickel and resin

        110 x 80 x 20 mm

        www.montsebasora.blogspot.com

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        Montserrat Lacomba

        Impossible landscapes series - Words and Landscapes

        [to Jacint Verdaguer, poet] (2012). Brooch

        Engraved and enameled copper, oxidized copper and silver

        55 x 95 x 15 mm

        www.mardecolorrosa.com

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        Nicole Deuster

        No title (2012). Ring

        Silver, methacrylate and?stainless steel

        40 x 35 x 30 mm

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        Núria Anguren

        Chimeras (2013). Brooch

        Electroformed copper and wood

        60 x 70 x 35 mm

        www.nuriaanguren.com

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        Paula Bahadian

        Grandpa's time machine series - Piece I? (2013). Brooch

        Silver, copper, nickel silver, brass, steel, wood and plastic

        120 x 50 x 10 mm

        www.paulabahadian.blogspot.com

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        Rosa Nogués

        Etérea series - Nopal (2012). Brooch

        Glass, nickel silver, silver and stainless steel

        70 x 60 x 45 mm

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        Sandra Llusà

        No title (2012). Pendant

        Textile, gold-plated nickel silver and bronze

        80 x 60 x 90 mm

        wwww.sandrallusa.blogspot.com

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        Silvina Rio

        The Invisible?series (2012). Brooch

        Silver, nickel silver, porcelain and paint

        70 x 80 x 15 mm

        www.silvinario-joyas.blogspot.com


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        Simón Mazuera

        Templum series - Sein Phoo (2013). Brooch

        Rusty steel / brooch: felt, wood, and steel magnet

        71 x 16 x 30 mm

        www.flickr.com/photos/smthor/


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        Stéphanie Barbié

        The impossible II series - No title (2013). Brooch

        Resin, jesmonite and nickel silver

        55 x 85 x 25 mm

        www.stephaniebarbie-joyas.blogspot.com

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        Xus Anglès

        Jewellers series - Jeweller I (2012). Pendant

        Copper, cold enamel and linen

        50 x 45 x 27 mm

        www.xusangles.blogspot.com




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        Yaiza Alemany

        No title (2012). Necklace

        Brass and fireproof cable

        420 x 100 x 15 mm

        www.yandejoyas.blogspot.com

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        Comment by Mirinda Kossoff on June 18, 2013 at 11:02am

        Challenging and inspiring work. Thank you for presenting this collective to the community.

        Comment by Roxy Lentz on May 8, 2013 at 4:39am

        What a treat to look at before I go to work today. Can't wait to have time to go to the artist web sites.?

        Comment by anne havel on May 7, 2013 at 7:16pm

        what a wonderful exhibit. ?i love the work and find it inspirational. ?thank you for presenting this fine work.

        Comment by Leslie A. Schug on April 17, 2013 at 6:26pm

        Great exhibit! Thank you for sharing!!

        Comment by Begoña Prats on April 9, 2013 at 1:45pm

        Thanks again !! : )
        I love working with jewelers so different, the various perspectives of reality are really inspiring...

        Comment by Tory Hughes on April 9, 2013 at 12:38pm

        Wonderful work individually, and a strong collection overall! Thanks so much for putting this together. I found the work intriguing, inspiring and a great reminder to follow my own powerful yet quirky delights in my work. Appreciate seeing this!

        Comment by Linda Kaye-Moses on April 9, 2013 at 10:14am

        Ola Begona,
        Thank you for sharing the images of the sensational jewels and for creating the 'island' where the only priority is to create, create, create!

        Comment by carolina apolonia on April 9, 2013 at 10:07am

        great pieces!!!

        Comment by Anna Sprague on April 8, 2013 at 6:47pm

        Loved looking at all the work. What a fantastic idea! :)

        Comment by Ligia Rocha on April 7, 2013 at 12:43pm

        Wonderful curation!

         

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