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emerging artist emily gill wins award, new poll up on damuse

Canadian Emily Gill was recently selected as this year’s first place winner of the Sixth National Student Jewellery Competition at Lafreniere and Pai Gallery in Ottawa, Canada.  A 2009 graduate of Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Gill’s enamel broochs with removable elements are another fine example of jewelry that does double-duty.

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[private_archives]The removable elements in the two pieces pictured here appear to be pins.   To see more of this emerging artist’s work view the slideshow below and visit her page on the Metal Arts Guild of Canada. Hot stuff!

If  you know of a student applied arts competition winner and would like to nominate her/him to appear in a post on Daily Art Muse send an email to Susan at dailyartmuse@yahoo.com

There is a new poll up in the sidebar.  Please let me know your top three choices for new features on Daily Art Muse.  Thanks for your participation – I will have a post up in the future about all of the poll results.  Interesting…

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Monocarpic
brooch with removable elements, enamel, copper, sterling silver, nylon, steel, magnets

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Vegetative Propagation
brooch with wearable separate end pieces, enamel, copper, sterling silver, magnets

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Flower Brooches, enamel

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Macropserpective, enamel


Find more photos like this on Metal Arts Guild of Canada

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3 Responses to emerging artist emily gill wins award, new poll up on damuse

  1. from the detail you can get a glimpse of the hours of hard work and dedication which went into each piece… she’s a serious up and comer in the field of canadian jewelery design. love it!

  2. Emily’s work is so intriguing. (second post with interactive jewelry in one week!)
    I especially enjoy the chance to see the backs of her pins. Such clever findings!
    Oh and the slide show is a great extra – the more visuals the better!

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