Jewellery Design and Development: From Concept to Object

Jewellery Design and Development: From Concept to Object

by Norman Cherry

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Overview

Jewellery Design and Development takes a unique approach to understanding these processes, by exploring the works of seventeen innovative jewellers from around the world, and examining the different ways in which they generate and develop their ideas. Tracking all the stages from initial concepts through to finished pieces, the author analyses each individual maker's personal style and methodology, using illustrated examples and interviews with the designers themselves. No other book provides this kind of insight into the creative processes involved in jewellery making, from the materials used to the narratives at play behind a completed piece, whether conventional or subversive.

Jewellery Design and Development is a fascinating and in-depth study of the world of jewellery making today, and will be of interest to professional jewellers and designers, as well as anyone with an interest in contemporary jewellery.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781408124970
Publisher: A&C Black Publishers, Ltd.
Publication date: 07/22/2013
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 8.70(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Professor Norman Cherry is Pro-Vice Chancellor and Head of the College of Art at the University of Lincoln, UK. An internationally recognised expert in the field, prior to his appointment at Lincoln in 2008, Professor Cherry was head of the renowned Birmingham School of Jewellery. His work has been exhibited extensively internationally and many of his pieces are held in private and public collections throughout the world. One of his medals was recently purchased by the British Museum for their contemporary collection. He is a regular speaker at national and international conferences and has undertaken consultancies in several countries, including South Africa, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, and Jordan. He is also a Visiting Professor at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Australia.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lisa Juen
Graziano Visintin
Ramon Puig Cuyas
Natalya Pinchuk
Kadri Malk
Rian de Jong
Mizuko Yamada
Helen Britton
Judy McCaig
Peter Chang
Yoko Izawa
Simon Cottrell
Peter Skubic
Iris Eichenberg
Ruudt Peters
Giovanni Corvaja
Sigurd Bronger

Conclusion
Index

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