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Aurélie Guillaume

Aurélie Guillaume – a graduate portrait

  Aurélie Guillaume’s work celebrates the history of enamelling and its longstanding tradition of storytelling. Using traditional techniques, her work revives the medium in a contemporary context informed by street art, comics, pop art and counterculture. Through this process, her illustrations transcend the two-dimensional realm of paper and are given new life in the physical world as wearable objects. Guillaume studied jewellery…

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SOFA Chicago 2015

The biggest delegation ever of jewellers from Quebec will attend the next SOFA show in Chicago from November 5th to 8th.   Working in the arts for over 25 years, Noel Guyomarc'h runs his eponymous gallery to disseminate and promote a little known discipline, contemporary jewellery. From the start, Noel has acted as a promoter, commissioner and educator, and is now recognized nationally and internationally as an expert in the field. A unique…

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Two by two

France Roy, teacher at L’École de joaillerie de Montréal, is participating in the Résonance exhibition currently being held at the Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art. This exhibition presents works resulting from duo partnerships between teachers and former students. We asked her some questions about her experience. What does this exhibition mean to you? This exhibition represents for me a rare opportunity to bring together the work…

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