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Satomi’s jewelry online!

Posted by satomikawai in Uncategorized

Here is a step forward at the end of 2015.!! Satomi’s jewelry pieces are now available at “no-gram,” which is online shopping project (shopping cloud project) by  Alternatives Gallery. Please visit: http://www.no-gram.com/39_satomi-kawai Jewelry pieces include as follows:

Co:operation Garnish

Posted by satomikawai in collaboration, finished Jewelry, Jewelry Process

I usually make minimal styled jewelry in elements and colors.  In other words, I finish my jewelry pieces in a subtract way.  However, I challenged to finish jewelry piece through my recent collaboration with Nikki Couppee.  We got together to finish our cooperative necklace pieces and sumbited for “Co:opertion Garnish.”    Here is my report of…

Real winter here.

Posted by satomikawai in inspiration, nature observation, Solid to Fluid

We had moderate mild weather in Janaury.  However, we have finally had a plenty of snow.   Having a hot cocoa after shaveling snow and enjoy garden views from inside are  the best part.  Here are my photos. The first Sunday of February It was a sunny day on Monday.  I enjoyed…

Marking

Posted by satomikawai in inspiration, marking, Solid to Fluid

I took a walk on campus on a sunny day in August and took the following images.   I enjoyed a small walk on campus to find marking on the ground.  I do not mean I always looking down when walking though—.

“The Dream of Polifilo” by Nicolas Buffe

Posted by satomikawai in art appreciation

I had an opportunity to see Nicolas Buffe’s solo exhibition in Tokyo on June 24.  After 10 minutes walk from Shingawa station, I reached Hara Contemprorary Art Museum,  located on a quiet residencial area in Shinagawa ward.   Nicolas Buffe is a French born (1978) Tokyo based artist, who…

Upcycled jewelry project

Posted by satomikawai in finished Jewelry

Here is my recent jewelry  project. I have kept a couple of purses which were used to be my grandmother’s.  I initially used them, but they became older and I was not able to use them as they were.  Then, I decided to use her…