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Mizuki Takahashi

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Contemporary Jewellery Artist - working with silver/copper/enamel/porcelain

Playing and practicing with paper has always fascinated me, to find creative inspiration in a simple yet delicate jewellery design, which may come from a profound influence of my home country of Japan. I examine the balance in space involving light and shadow. Mark-making and drawings are also important processes in my making.

In my collection of jewellery, paper-thin porcelain or enamelled copper elements are set on an oxidised silver wire structure to sit like a drawing on the body. Using these materials yet considering the wear ability always challenges me in my design and making processes and I enjoy this to see what I can do with the word 'jewellery'.

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Artwork for Mizuki Takahashi

Marked enamel pendants

Enamel and slit joint silver circle brooch

Brush stroke enamel brooches

Porcelain three dimensional brooch

Scribbled silver brooch with perforated porcelain


I live in Malvern and work both in Malvern & Herefordshire
07903 028380

2017 in process, De koffie Pot

2015 - 2017 Modern Japanese Design, Manchester Art Gallery

2017 Atmospheric Aesthetics, Trumpet Corner Gallery

2016 ...and a Side Serving of Silver, Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery

2016 Enamoured, The Goldsmith's Centre

2016 Craft Open West Midlands, Wolverhampton Art Gallery

2016 Eastern Aesthetics, Bluecoat Display Centre

2015 Osmosis, Debbie Paul Gallery, Dublin

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