We are delighted to introduce the modern and timeless jewellery creations of MichaudMichaud Design.
New paintings, ceramics, glass and jewellery have just arrived by some of your very favourite artists. Enjoy looking online or pop into the gallery soon for the best selection!
Included in this Newsletter:
INTRODUCING – MICHAUDMICHAUD DESIGN
3 Inch ShikShok Necklace
Sterling Silver (Oxidized), Pearls 17″ – 18.5″ length
The designs of father and son, Denys and François-Xavier Michaud combine originality, purity, style and modernity. They are proud to develop lines of jewellery for those who choose to express themselves differently.
ShikShok Bud Earrings
Sterling Silver, Fine Silver 0.25″ diameter each
We craft every piece in the ShikShok collection carefully, with skill and patience. We seek to offer timeless design that fits with any style. – MichaudMichaud Design
On This Brand New Day
Oil on canvas 48 x 60
For me creating art is a passion. A celebration of the joy and colour to be found in life. – Kimberly Kiel
Can I Just Make it Easy
Oil on canvas 20 x 10
As an artist, Kimberly is energetic, outgoing and charming, just like the paintings she creates. Her full-of-life attitude is perfectly depicted in her creations.
Winged Aspiration #24
Glass 13 x 13 x 5.5
Recently, I have been thinking about my desire to live closer to nature and to be in touch with both my senses and my inner voice. The migration of wild life has given me a certain inspiration. My current series, “Migratory Birds” is an exploration of their mysterious and astonishing journey. – Naoko Takenouchi
Large Graal Bowl (Red)
Glass 4.5 x 6
Large Graal Bowl (Lime)
Glass 5 x 7.25
The Graal technique was developed by Swedish glass workers during the 1920’s. The name “Graal” means “Grail” in English.
It is a multi-step process whereby a ‘blank’ of coloured glass is shaped on the blow pipe, knocked off and annealed in the kiln over night. Once it cools down to the room temperature, the design is applied by the sandblasting process. The blank is then brought up slowly in a kiln, picked up on the blowing pipe, reheated and shaped and blown into the shape of a bowl. – Naoko Takenouchi
Oil on canvas 40 x 48
Shinah’s natural talent for colour, texture and composition is palpable in her newest abstracted, botanical canvas.
Pearl Crystalline Bulb Vase #254
Ceramic 10 x 10.5
Meticulously crafting pottery for over 45 years, Bill Boyd is one of the leading names in crystalline glazing; his work has been exhibited widely in Europe and North America.
Pearl Crystalline Bowl #334
Ceramic 3 x 10
18kt. Rose & White Gold Ring with Green Tourmaline
18kt. Rose & White Gold, 0.855 ct. Trillion Cut Mint Green Tourmaline, size 7.25
Bayot considers working with precious metals and gemstones a rare privilege that comes with the responsibility to honour these materials with lasting designs. In this context he is often reminded of the Italian inspired slow food movement – being mindful of earth’s resources we are trusted with. Bayot strives to live up to this excellent quote by Piet Hein; “true design asks one thing of us: to uncover what it covers.”
18kt. Four-Gold & Diamonds Band Ring
18kt. Red, Peach, Yellow & Green Gold, 0.25ct Diamonds E/F/G VVS VS, size 7.25
I have been living with William Liao’s exquisite painting, Mountain #1, for a few days now and feel compelled to tell you how much I love it. Actually, I loved it as soon as I saw the image Heather emailed. However, having it here with me is more than being able to look at something pretty from time to time. It is both an intellectual and emotional experience. I pass by several times a day and each time I view the painting I see something new – and this causes me to have new thoughts and feelings. Truly, it touches my mind and heart. The colour, depth, and contained energy continue to amaze me. Clearly, William is an exceptional artist and I feel so fortunate to have one of his fine works. Please pass along my heartfelt thanks and appreciation.
Also, thank you, Heather for helping me. I adore this painting and am excited about the next one. No rush – there is much joy in anticipation.
– Lloy Falconer