Spoons – ‘ Reincarnated’
Artist: Anne Schwegmann-Fielding
Exhibited at the European Commission Representation in the UK (Part of residency at Arts Reverie, Gujarat, India)
Materials: Indian bangles and mirror
Take discarded materials and everyday objects and give these to Anne Schwegmann-Fielding.
Lo and behold! You have ‘Reincarnated’ artwork!
Discarded materials such as crockery, jewellery and shattered glass, buttons and everyday objects like utensils, tools, logs, hard hats, and mannequins get transformed by artist Anne Schwegmann-Fielding into sculptures, mosaics, jewels and ornaments.
Anne Schwegmann-Fielding has been creating artworks for public spaces and private clients for the last 15 years.
The core of her work lies in reuse and recycle with a sense of history and ancient craft of mosaic and thus “the ordinary is made extraordinary.”
At the moment I wish to be in London as I want to see Anne’s work at the exhibition organized by The European Commission Representation in the UK
A series of objects transformed by Anne Schwegmann-Fielding
(Time and Date: 10am-6pm, 9 to 19 December 2008 – Monday-Friday,
Venue: European Commission, 8 Storey’s Gate, London SW1)
If I could afford to buy her artwork I would go straight for these stunningly beautiful spoons as my all time favourite Christmas gifts. 🙂
Continue reading for more of Anne’s work …..
(Shisha meaning mirror)
crockery glass and buttons
for the Love London Festival at London Zoo
Materials: mosaics using broken crockery, old buttons, coins and shattered glass and teapot spout
Medium: Shattered Glass
Created as part of research and development residency at Writtle College, Chelmsford.
Private Garden, South Woodham Ferrers
Shattered and Vitreous glass
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