Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h at SOFA Chicago 2018

From November 1 to 4, 2018, Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h participates in SOFA Chicago. We invite you to visit us in our booth B14 and see our latest collections, which includes works by artists from Canada, the United States, Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Sweden and the Netherlands.  Discover in our booth the 2018 Finalists Art Jewelry Forum Artists Award; Bifei Cao(Winner), Corinna Goutos, Aurélie Guillaume, Karin Roy Andersson and Jezilaveta Suska Bifei Cao, A [...]

By |October, 2018|Categories: Articles|0 Comments

Review on TOC TWEE exhibition by Marie-Eve G. Castonguay

TOC TWEE Aurélie Guillaume and Zachery Lechtenberg, at Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h by Marie-Eve G. Castonguay Last month, Montreal’s Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h hosted TOC TWEE, an exhibition reuniting two of the most in vogue enamel artists in today’s art jewellery scene: Aurelie Guillaume and Zachery Lechtenberg. As indicated by the title of the exhibition, which references both “toc”, a French word for cheap or fake jewellery, and the English word “twee”, the common theme explored by the [...]

By |May, 2018|Categories: Articles|0 Comments

The Octopus Has Three Hearts

« THE OCTOPUS HAS THREE HEARTS » ATTAI CHEN, MÄRTA MATTSSON, CARINA SHOSHTARY It is on September 14, with an opening night starting at 5 pm, that Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h  will unveil its newest exhibition : The Octopus Has Three Hearts. The exhibition continues until October 15. Gathered under this mysterious title, Attai Chen (Israël), Märta Mattsson (Sweden) and Carina Shoshtary (Germany), the three of them among the most renowned artists in contemporary jewellery, will showcase [...]

Rebecca Hannon : Interview by Adriane Dalton for Art Jewelry Forum

11/25/2016 REBECCA HANNON: CONTEMPORARY CAMOUFLAGE Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montreal, Quebec, Canada By Adriane Dalton The brightly colored, interlocking, laminate shapes that form the perplexingly composed necklaces and brooches in Rebecca Hannon’s recent exhibition Contemporary Camouflage are the result of investigations into the effects color has on form, and the complex configurations made possible through laser cutting and 3-D printing technologies. In this interview, Hannon shares details about her inquisitive approach to nonprecious materials, and illustrates the value of [...]

By |December, 2016|Categories: Articles|0 Comments

Studio Magazine, Le Labo at L.A. PAI Gallery, Ottawa, by Lindsay Macdonald

To mark the fifth anniversary of the workshops in creativity and design facilitated by Noel Guyomarc'h, the gallery brings together the participants in this laboratory for experimentation and exploration. These new works present a unique view of the range of artistic directions in contemporary jewellery. This exhibition has been presented at L.A Pai Gallery in Ottawa in June 2016, and will be on display at Centre Materia in Quebec City in November 2016, and at [...]

By |October, 2016|Categories: Articles, News|0 Comments

Bubble Land, interview by Olivia Shih for Art Jewelry Forum

Bubble Land, Bench886                                                          Interview by Olivia Shih, for Art Jewelry Forum 886 Bench is a collective of 10 emerging jewelry artists from Taiwan, a subtropical island known for its semiconductor chips and complicated relationship with China. The group has exhibited at Schmuck Jewellery Week, JOYA Barcelona Art [...]

By |June, 2016|Categories: Articles, News|0 Comments

Barbara Stutman, Parcours Magazine N°88, Avril- Mai 2016

Barbara Stutman, by Noel Guyomarc'h Before embarking on a career as an artist-jeweller, Barbara Stutman started out as a painter, studying at the École des beaux arts de Montréal under Arthur Lismer, Guido Molinari and Patrick Landsley. Her figurative works revealed the feminist concerns that she would later explore in her work as a jeweller. Following this promising debut, she discovered art jewellery during a visit to an exhibition at the Saidye Bronfman Centre for [...]

By |June, 2016|Categories: Articles|0 Comments

KAZUMI NAGANO : Interview by Olivia Shih for Art Jewelry Forum

KAZUMI NAGANO : INTERVIEW ON ART JEWERLY FORUM Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montreal, Quebec, Canada By Olivia Shih Kazumi Nagano is known for her wondrous jewelry work, delicate creations of thin gold wire and woven paper. With a background in Japanese-style painting and traditional Japanese weaving techniques, Nagano has work in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the Alice and Louis Koch Rings Collection, Switzerland. In this interview, we talk about her [...]

By |December, 2015|Categories: Articles, News|0 Comments