Tag Archives: Jewellery

Drap Art ’12

8 Oct copyright: Lisette van de Graaf
copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Quim Rifà – R1

At the moment the CCCB is hosting its 3rd Drap Art festival, dedicated to promoting art that is created with recycled bits and pieces. If you’re in Barcelona between now and the 14th of this month, I suggest you check it out, for there are some great pieces, and others which are simply fun, or cute. Here is my selection from the Drap Art ’12 expo – enjoy!

copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Quim Rifà – N1

Quim Rifà (above) is the winner of the Residu’Art 2012 Emerging Artist Award, and he won this with his piece titled R1.

copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Carles Piera Claramunt – L’Alquìmia de la Paraula

Carles Piera Claramunt makes interesting collages with several found objects and old paper, and Joaquim Falcò & Meritxell Tembleque (whom you, dear blog friend, might know as Quim Txell Comglass) were present with their spectacular “Partícules” which was created with melted down cava bottle bottoms, pieces of window glass, old lenses and iron.

Continue reading

Advertisements

Siesta time…

1 Oct copyright: Lisette van de Graaf
copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Carrer Ferlandina 18

It might be a little odd to do so on a Monday morning, but I am going to suggest you incorporate some siesta time into your schedule. Here’s why: on Carrer Ferlandina 18, in what used to be a haberdashery shop, and where the original wooden furnishings have been (practically) left intact, you will find Siesta, a shop and gallery of objects and works of art made by artists.

copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Shop + gallery

These objects and works of art have been selected with the greatest care and exquisite taste by Siesta proprietress Mercedes, and which have been displayed around every nook and cranny of the space for best effect. I am delighted to share a selection of these with you in the following slideshow…

Continue reading

BCN Handmade – [eliurpí]

28 Mar copyright: Lisette van de Graaf
copyright: Lisette van de Graaf

Elisabet Urpí Ràfols

Happy Wednesday! I am delighted to share another BCN Handmade with you today – this time, we’re going all out vintage, feminine, dainty… for I am taking you to meet the very lovely Elisabet Urpí, who makes beautiful hats, headdresses and jewellery from antique and vintage materials that she sources from antique shops, markets and shop closing sales.   Ready? Here goes: BCN Handmade – [eliurpí]

Continue reading

%d bloggers like this: