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Amy Tavern Never Let Me Down, pocket watch detail brass, cursive writing practice paper, handkerchief, cotton thread
Amy Tavern - Wayfinder brass, address book, compass, pencil, a key to my parents' house
Amy Tavern - Silently (I Saw a Robin Today) necklace, view 1the lining of my mother's wedding dress, cotton string, sterling silver, spray paint
Amy Tavern Since 1882, Since 1976 - earrings & ring - stones from the foundation of my childhood home, sterling silver
Amy Tavern Since 1882, Since 1976 necklace, view 1 stones from the foundation of my childhood home, sterling silver, vintage blue velvet box
Amy Tavern Alone/Together installation Icelandic wool sweaters, cotton, linen, and wool thread
Ute Eitzenhöfer Necklace: Eyecontourbalmbeautyflashmoisturelotioncollier, 2002 Cream tubes (PP), thread, 925 silver, agate Photography: Julian Kirschler
Nicolas Cheng - the beauty of nothingness - necklace - cotton, loofah, sisal fibre, silk
Nicolas Cheng The Beauty of Nothingness
NICOLAS CHENG-USA - "The beauty of nothingness" -BROOCH #2-silver,leather,cork,loofah ,amber,silk
NICOLAS CHENG-SE- The Beauty of Nothingness. "... the collection consists of 15 pieces made of materials generally used for bathing, such as natural sponge, sisal fibre, loofah and cotton, stitched together in different compositions."
Karin Roy Anderson - A Constant Grinding, necklace 2011, gum base, softeners, sweeteners, flavourings, potato flour, pearl silk, silver. - - www.karin-roy.se/...
Cowl Collar | Julia Manheim. Plastic Tubing. c. 1983
Mercedes Vázquez Martínez. - Recycled egg cartons.
FANTASTIC works at this workshop of sustainable jewelry fev-juil 2013 by Mariana Acosta : https://www.facebook.com/ma...
Noa Liran interaliaprojects...
Noa Liran's "Hansel and Gretl" ................. (the artist meticulously wrapped popcorn with foil chocolate wrappers, protecting the make-shift trail markers from the hungry birds of the forest.)
...... is a solution to the design problem faced by Grimm's infamous brother-sister team. Answering the curatorial call for interactions with non-precious materials, the artist meticulously wrapped popcorn with foil chocolate wrappers, protecting the make-shift trail markers from the hungry birds of the forest. As the pieces accumulated, Liran strung them together, continuing right up until the opening of the exhibition. Her work, as much about the tale it serves as it is about processes of inspiration and creation, illustrates parallels between storytelling and art-making
Kat Cole, “Box Bracelet,” 2010. Tin, copper. Photo by Kat Cole (DETRITUS exhib.)
(DETRITUS exhib.) Kat Cole, “Cole-Remnants of Sandy #2″, 2013. Found objects, brass, steel. Photo by Kat Cole.
Detritus exhibition - Kat Cole, Assemblage X Necklace, 2013. Found objects, brass, sterling silver, steel. Photo by Kat Cole.
Detritus | Houston Center for Contemporary Craft - Chesley Williams, “Untitled,” 2013. Electrical tape, plastic, brass jump rings, metal mesh, brass chain and thread. Photo by Meghan Nicole.
Detritus | Houston Center for Contemporary Craft - Tara Locklear, “Unbridled Royalty Necklace,” 2011. Cement, reclaimed glass, sterling silver. Photo by Tara Locklear.
Tara Locklear, “Iconic Interpretation Brooch,” 2012. Cement, reclaimed glass, sterling silver, faux gold leaf. Photo by Tara Locklear. (DETRITUS)
Tara Locklear, “Drop Deck Studded Bangle,” 2012. Recycled skateboards, sterling silver, brass, pigment. Photo by Tara Locklear (exhib. DETRITUS)