Passions transform our works

Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua.

For years, the Gothic architecture of the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua has provided an impressive stage for exciting exhibitions of contemporary art jewelry. An exhibition entitled “Passions transform our works” is currently taking place in this former church, which is now used as a museum.

Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua

The group of 12 authors: Claudia Steiner, Maria Rosa Franzin, Gigi Mariani, Stefano Rossi, Corrado De Meo, Gabi Veit, Nicola Heidemann, Judy Mc Caig, Yoko Takirai e Pietro Pellitteri, Elin Flogman, Patrizia Bonati and Lluis Comin has chosen, once again, to follow the path of “influences”. The theme last year was working on how the environment affects one´s work, this year develops towards the more emotional sphere of the individual.

Nicola Heidemann, Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua

Nicola Heidemann, pendants Woven basket. Titanium, silver, freshwaterpearls, 2018.

Gigi Mariani, Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua

Gigi Mariani, brooch Di-Segno # 2. Silver, pure gold, niello, patina, 2019.

Patrizia Bonati, Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua

Patrizia Bonati, bangle Senza tempo. Silver, 2019.

Maria Rosa Franzin, Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua

Maria Rosa Franzin, necklace Fireflies. Silver, acrilic paint, pearls, bosso wood, 2018.

Claudia Steiner, Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua

Claudia Steiner, brooch Moments. 925 silver, resin, pigments, 2019.

Corrado De Meo, Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua


Corrado de Meo, brooch, Tuscan Lands VI.VI. Silver, paper maché, acrylic metal, oxides, 2019.

Gabi Veit, Contemporary Jewelry at the Oratorio di San Rocco in Padua

Gabi Veit, spoon Creatura Spericolata. Silver, 2018.

Exploring passion influences our imagination.

Each author searches for his way to convey the idea of passion through his work. Choice of subject matter, materials, colors and of forms connects the expression and personal character of each artist. Traditions, innovations, cultures and origins all impact the creation of works. In the resulting pieces, the different technical qualities of each author are visible.

Influences exhibition first edition and second edition took part in 2018 and 2019 at Munich Jewellery Week.

  • Historical Museum
    Oratorio di San Rocco
    Via Santa Lucia, 59
    35139 Padova PD
    Italy
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