May 22, 2013

Ute Kolar

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Ute Kolar

Ute Kolar’s earlier work was very intricate and incorporated more solid structures. Her work has evolved in time, acquiring a visually light and airy quality as well as becoming physically weightless in spite of its volume. She enjoys playing with the contrast between volume and weightlessness as it creates surprise in the viewer when the piece is first held or worn. Her main inspiration at the moment comes from nature. This can be observed in the “tree” and “flower” rings, or “grass” brooches. Kolar uses a great array of skills to her advantage  in her work.


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Her pieces are usually very labour intense and pay  attention to detail, which makes them all the more  intriguing to observe. She sometimes adds a touch  of colour in the form of coral or enamel on the surface of the works. Her jewellery has a strong sculptural  impact on the observer, deriving from a clever use of light and shade, created by the exploitation of surfaces with different inclinations.
/Rita Marcangelo Galleria Alterntives Rom/

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