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satomi shoots and squids
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A lot of exciting things coming up in the next few months!

In October I will be exhibiting with the new Brisbane movement RAWartists. The event — PROVOCATIONS – will be on October 24th at Oh Hello!  in the valley (will post some more details soon). There will be bands and other great local artists there on the night and I will be releasing a new series of works… I don’t want to give too much away but there will be a few huge pieces… here is one of the new rings I’ve been working on..

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A few weeks after provocations I will be back again for the Spring/Summer Finders Keepers Markets at the old museum – Saturday/Sunday November 3rd + 4th.

Thought I’d also include some photos from the shoot with satomi (very top, and below).

I also recently came across the works of brisbane artist and designer Xiao Deng - there are some great pieces on her website but the illustrations I saw at the Reframed exhibition are my favorite.

There were also some incredible broaches designed by Ari Fuller… the details on these were amazing I still can’t get them out of my mind.

Ari Fuller

Ari Fuller

Also, thanks to the good folk at The Meander who gave me a mention on their blog last week – found here

Lastly, I came across this on Colossal and had to share it… squid skin responding to cypress hill

just watch it

first human X-ray
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On November 8, 1895 William Rontgen stood Berthe, his beloved wife, up against a film plate and blasted her with a stream of unknown radiation (he was all about the romance).

Berthe’s first words when confronted with the image of her own hand and the wedding ring hovering around the bone of her finger:

“I have seen my death”

Up until this point the only time people saw human bones was through injury, surgery or death, so you can understand the impact this must have had. 

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Today the same technique is used to create three-dimensional images that help us understand the human body and world around us even further. Artists like Judith K. McMillian also use this technique to give us new perspectives on the often overlooked world around us – like the images below.

When I discovered the works of Judith, or the photographic work of Blossfeldt, I found a familurality with the drive in me. I don’t seek to repeat their work but I would to carry this documentation of nature into physical form through my jewellery.

One of the first pieces exploring this idea is the ring below.

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