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Lisa Walker

necklace, 2015

Stone, wood, silver, thread
7 1/2 × 6 3/10 × 2/5 in
19 × 16 × 1 cm
location
Brussels
About the work
Caroline Van Hoek
Brussels
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A nice shade of natural green which is recurring in the work of Lisa Walker, a delicate …

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A nice shade of natural green which is recurring in the work of Lisa Walker, a delicate construction of stone on wood mounted on silver.

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Lisa Walker
New Zealander
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Contemporary artist, jeweler, and designer Lisa Walker works in a wide range of materials and techniques. Interested in pushing the limits of jewelry design, expanding the definition of “what jewelry means, what it can be,” as she describes, Walker’s pieces are miniature sculptures that just so happen to be in the form of brooches, pendants, necklaces, and the like. Her jewelry is anything but traditional, mixing contemporary design with craft, and her design ideology questions the traditional notion of what it means to be beautiful. Gathering and collecting disparate objects and pieces, Walker constructs whimsical works that explore the relationship of their distinct parts.

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About the work
Caroline Van Hoek
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A nice shade of natural green which is recurring in the work of Lisa Walker, a delicate …

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A nice shade of natural green which is recurring in the work of Lisa Walker, a delicate construction of stone on wood mounted on silver.

Signature
Signed and dated
Lisa Walker
New Zealander
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Contemporary artist, jeweler, and designer Lisa Walker works in a wide range of materials and techniques. Interested in pushing the limits of jewelry design, expanding the definition of “what jewelry means, what it can be,” as she describes, Walker’s pieces are miniature sculptures that just so happen to be in the form of brooches, pendants, necklaces, and the like. Her jewelry is anything but traditional, mixing contemporary design with craft, and her design ideology questions the traditional notion of what it means to be beautiful. Gathering and collecting disparate objects and pieces, Walker constructs whimsical works that explore the relationship of their distinct parts.

Lisa Walker

necklace, 2015

Stone, wood, silver, thread
7 1/2 × 6 3/10 × 2/5 in
19 × 16 × 1 cm
location
Brussels