The Jewelry Architect

The jewelry architect: techniques and projects for mixed-media jewelry / Kate
McKinnon. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-
59668-176-7(pbk.) ISBN 978-1-59668-911-4 (PDF) ISBN 978-1-62033-316-7 (
ePub) 1.

The Jewelry Architect

Author: Kate Mckinnon

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1620333163

Page: 144

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Innovative jewelry artist Kate McKinnon takes you on a creative journey of techniques and projects in The Jewelry Architect as she uses a variety of materials and tools to create gallery-quality bracelets, necklaces, and rings. Beautiful color photographs and clearly written instructions will give you the building blocks to combine wirework, metal clay, beadwork, and traditional metalsmithing to create one-of-a-kind, wearable art pieces. Learn how to combine techniques and how to manufacture a variety of components such as clasps, hooks, earring findings, and ring bases to customize your work. Revel in Kate's signature style, an earthy melange of metal, beads, and fibers, as you make 16 gorgeous fashion-forward projects. In addition, The Jewelry Architect shares tips on the best ways to reinforce beadwork, bind edges, string components, form metal clay ring bands, fuse rings, create head pins, and so much more. With The Jewelry Architect, you will learn how mixing techniques and media can create art-to-wear jewelry.

The Jewelry Architect

Innovative jewelry artist Kate McKinnon takes you on a creative journey of techniques and projects in "The Jewelry Architect" as she uses a variety of materials and tools to create gallery-quality bracelets, necklaces, and rings.

The Jewelry Architect

Author: Kate McKinnon

Publisher: Interweave

ISBN: 1596689110

Page: 143

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Innovative jewelry artist Kate McKinnon takes you on a creative journey of techniques and projects in "The Jewelry Architect" as she uses a variety of materials and tools to create gallery-quality bracelets, necklaces, and rings. Features jewelry making tips and 16 gorgeous fashion-forward projects.

Jewelry by Architects

Shows necklaces, rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings, and cuff links by sixteen modern architects and talks briefly with each designer about his work

Jewelry by Architects

Author: Barbara Radice

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

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Page: 118

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Shows necklaces, rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings, and cuff links by sixteen modern architects and talks briefly with each designer about his work

American Architect and Architecture

Probably nine - tenths of the jewelry followers of the mode , but , taking the sex
which buys the worn is made of brass thinly gilded , and " jewelled , ” if at all ,
most jewelry , it is impossible to believe that the wearers of with glass , but the
taste ...

American Architect and Architecture

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Architecture and Jewellery

This thesis finds that the disciplines of jewellery and architecture incorporate similar histories, theories and aesthetics during the modernist movement and that relationships with the human body are of profound importance in both.

Architecture and Jewellery

Author: Gina Hochstein

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This design thesis looks at connections between jewellery and architectural practices during the modernist movement in bohemian West Auckland in the 1950s. It culminates with the design of an artist-in-residence building on a steep slope in the Titirangi bush, a site surrounded by a rich modernist architectural heritage that was used to connect the disciplines of jewellery and architecture. The metaphor of the body as landscape and the brooch as dwelling underpins the thesis. Various aspects of jewellery and architecture disciplines were explored showing that both practices have links through the use of similar words and language. Both disciplines underwent a history of incorporating similar aesthetic aspects. The community in Titirangi in the 1950s included émigrés with modernist ideals that influenced the connection of these practices, both involving the human form and scale. This thesis finds that there were similar typographical relationships that relate to human skin and the landscape and similarities between tectonics, materials and design processes. Making-jewellery-as-research for the architectural design is discussed in two parts; the first informs the final design and the second focuses on making jewellery to convey architectural information about the building. This thesis finds that the disciplines of jewellery and architecture incorporate similar histories, theories and aesthetics during the modernist movement and that relationships with the human body are of profound importance in both.

American Architect and Architecture

THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT by but a small portion of the public in the form of a
completed structure . ... inMexico and Cuba cluded in which are the clothes and
jewelry TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR , POSTAGE PAID we wear , the amusements
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Metal Jewelry Techniques

The ar - a great influence on architecture tist distorted from reality to draw the and
sculpture as well as crafts . observer ' s attention . It can be said Even more
important , however , that painting portrayed a three - di was the development of
art ...

Metal Jewelry Techniques

Author: Marcia Chamberlain

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Page: 199

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American European Jewelry 1830 1914

He became a great friend and mentor of the gifted Viennese architect and
founding member of the Vienna Secession movement , Josef Hoffmann ,
exhibiting at the VIIIth Secession Exhibition in Vienna in 1900 , along with
Margaret Macdonald ...

American   European Jewelry  1830 1914

Author: Charlotte Gere

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Jewelry of Our Time

It is not jewelry as such that seems to excite her so much as working on a small
scale . Deganit Schocken ' s education is in large - scale design . She trained as
an architect and takes an active interest in her husband ' s architectural practice .

Jewelry of Our Time

Author: Helen Williams Drutt

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

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Page: 352

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An illustrated survey of comtemporary jewellery and its developments since 1960. It has three major elements. Firstly, it has a display of the jewellery itself, photographed in colour. Secondly, it provides a critical history, tracing the first challenges to traditional forms of jewellery as early as the 1930s but focusing on the inspired use of new tools, new materials and new ideas since 1960. Finally, it has a reference section correcting previous information on the subject, including biographies of over a hundred makers.

Inland Architect

After a career that included a thesis on the linguistic history of the eggplant , as
well as stints as an auditor , stock broker , archaeologist , and French teacher ,
Alfillé began designing jewelry in 1972 . She has recently moved to her current ...

Inland Architect

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Art Books

Jewelry , Bedouin Saudi Arabia . 2 . ... 892 J . ) Lost cities of Paraguay : the art
and architecture of the Jesuit reductions , 1607 . ... 72 ' 0924 Charlottesville :
University Press of Thomas Jefferson , architect : a Virginia , 1981 . xvii , 185 p . :
ports .

Art Books

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Including an international directory of museum permanent collection catalogs.

Jewelers Circular keystone

... Ponti , Milan architect and designer , and editor of Domus ; Reinhold Reiling ,
professor of advanced jewelry design at the ... Mr. Koven emphasized , " Jewelry
design has progressed tremendously in the last ten years — I would say as much
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Jewelers  Circular keystone

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Metropolis

insites e waxing hero.c " I design jewelry for women who hate to wear jewelry , "
says Czech artist Eva Eisler . ... A former architect educated in Prague at the
School of Graphic Design and the School of Building Technology and
Architecture ...

Metropolis

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Architect

OBJECT UE960N Original Wiener Werkstätte jewelry (such as the bracelet,
shown here) commands six-figure prices on the rare occasions ... The architect
applied his revolutionary vision to large-scale projects but also to finely crafted
jewelry.

Architect

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Twentieth century Jewelry

Qualified as architect . Entirely self - taught , Luciano Minguzzi ) ( 1959-60 ) . Part
- time Freeman of the Worshipful Company of worked with jewellery ( from 1964 )
. Supple- lecturer in Dept. of Architecture , University of lecturer in Dept.

Twentieth century Jewelry

Author: Barbara Cartlidge

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

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Page: 238

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" ... the art and history of jewelry from the turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau to the International Style of the Eighties. Cartlidge has selected premier examples of jewelry created by over 200 artists and artisans, from Lalique and Fouquet to de Patta and Fisch, to best reflect the customs, sociopolitical structure, and traditions of several generations. Included are detailed descriptions of each of the pieces, along with their aesthetic and historical significance. The volume concludes with a brief section of artists' biographies."--LJ.

Forbes

The first stop was a sales Nadja also gives away crystals costume jewelry - the
bracelets , earrings and and distribution ... the Rhode Island industry has
Swarovski ' s North American jewelry architect Vincent van Duysen , shrunk its
payroll to ...

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The Jewelry Design Source Book

... and embellished with cabochons of semiprecious C . R . Ashbee ( 1863 - 1942
) was an architect as well as a stones . King ' s Liberty jewels tend to betray their
Glassilver and jewelry designer . Probably his best - known crea wegian origins ...

The Jewelry Design Source Book

Author: Patricia Bayer

Publisher: Springer

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Page: 191

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Surveys the history of jewelry from ancient Egypt to the present and discusses important movements and designers