Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Djurdjica Kesic

I was instantly attracted to the organic shapes and sophisticated look of the jewelry pieces and objects by Djurdjica Kesic. It's hard to resist little, wooden houses and Nomad Necklaces made from recycled timber.

Kesic is, "attracted to looking for preciousness in the everyday and the often forgotten and overlooked" and her "ongoing interest revolves around ideas of home, place, migration and the transportability of home." Her artist statement and work translate so well...I see home...I see connection...and I even get a sense of detachment. To be emotionally moved and inspired by jewelry is quite magical. Isn't it amazing?

Link - Djurdjica Kesic

9 comments:

fly tie said...

i see that i can always come back whenever and pick up right where i left off...with greatness!!

organicly shaped jewelry is my favorite. love the ring.

Jane Flanagan said...

So beautiful... I'm completely gobsmacked. Thanks so much for sharing!

Julia said...

These pieces really do express those feelings! So well!

Sal said...

The nomad necklace is just stunning.

MissMomo said...

Beautiful !!!

pammalu said...

gorgeous!!!

Amy said...

Delicious. I especially love the little city-scape. So sweet. Thanks for the post!

J said...

Just perfect!

jodi of the creative JAR said...

beautiful!

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