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Путеводитель по Старой Риге для любителей современного искусства

8 мест, куда отправиться на прогулку за искусством Я работаю в галерее, и неотъемлемой частью моей жизни, доставляющей радость, является искусство и культура. Для меня это источник знаний, сил, любви к жизни. Предлагаю Вашему вниманию свой излюбленный художественный маршрут по Старой Риге, который я выбираю для того, чтобы увидеть, познакомиться и исследовать новинки латвийской культурной […]

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GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO 2019

For the ninth time the international contemporary jewellery contest GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO – Fermentation in jewellery – was held. This year the theme of the contest is SEARCHING FOR QUALITY. The competition is organised by the city of Castel San Giovanni in cooperation with the Italian Association of Contemporary Jewellery (AGC). Eliana Negroni is the […]

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L’OFFICIEL Baltic 4/2019

Mодель: Daria. Tann Model ManagementФотограф: Andrey LosevichCтиль:Tatjana HudikaMакияж: Veronika KrasovskaПричоски: Alina Zakrevskaya. Colours & CurlsYкрашение: Art Gallery PUTTI

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Munich Jewellery Week review

Brooch from Agita Putāne personal collection.Brooch author: Reka Lorincz Arriving at Munich strong wind and rain greets us. It is a bit mood killer, because running from one exhibition to other isn’t so enjoyable in this kind of weather. But it’s not worth being angry with things you can’t change. I have decided to visit […]

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Deep Blue Sea Anemone

In March issue, SANTA magazine stunning Ieva Treija is wearing beautiful “Deep Blue Sea Anemone” brooch from exhibition “Contemporary Past”.Brooch author is Flora Vagi (Hungary).

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3D in contemporary and conceptual jewellery

The times when the idea of 3D printed jewellery seemed like from science-fiction movies is over. Nowadays, more and more jewellery artists “print” their jewellery. This certainly does not mean that the work would remain less, on the contrary – since the 3D printer is able to create the exact up to the smallest component, […]

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Mamooth tusk and camel bone in contemporary jewellery

Jewellery artists use mammoth tusks and camel bones in their work.1. Mammoths extinct as the climate deteriorated and the ice age ended. The longest mammoths survived in modern Alaska and north-eastern Russia, where they could also be seen 3000 years ago. A broad search for mammoth tusks is taking place in Siberia at the Kolyma […]

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Enamel in contemporary jewellery

Since ancient times enamelling has been the only type of metal dyeing with long lasting effect that was used to decorate the surfaces of the finest metal ornaments – jewellery, crowns, scepter, armor, etc. At its core, enamel is the fusion of powdered glass to metal at high temperature. In order to achieve the required […]

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Titanium in contemporary jewellery

Titanium is a very light, durable, bright, corrosion-resistant material that is nowadays widely used in contemporary jewellery. Thanks to its light weight, it is possible to create large-size jewellery. It is possible to create various kinds of pins, earrings rings, necklaces from it. Basically titanium is silver grey, but when it is heat-treated or heated, […]

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3/2019 SANTA

SANTA magazine, March issue Foto: Liene Pētersone Model: Ketija Šēnberga MUAH: Vita Vītola Style: Iveta Vecmane Jewellery: Art gallery PUTTI

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L’OFFICIEL 2-3/2019

Фото – Daria Belikova Mодель – Katia Savchuk / Weareone Management Cтиль – Tatjana Hudika Mакияж – Margo Mayor Причоска – Ilya Mityashin Aссистент фотографа – Anton Stebelev Вся одежда – Ruban Украшения – PUTTI

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