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Marina Jacob

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20140403090401-noblesse_en_blanc
20140403090445-carneval_de_venise
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20140403090644-papillon_de_nuit
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Quick Facts
Tags
figurative, sculpture, mixed-media
Statement

Marina Jacob                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

 

Vita

1987-1992 State University for Cinema and Television, Sankt-Petersburg

1990-1999 Evening school of Arts, Sankt-Petersburg

1992-2007 Artist workshop studies by Rukavishnikov (Sculpter), Kaikaoss (Painter), Planz, Kaldas (Sculpters and jewellery creater).

2010-2012 Ecole de la Bijouterie-Joaillerie BJOP de la rue du Louvre, Paris

2012-2013 Master class by A.Bertelot,  Sculpting in precious metals

1999-2014 diverse exhibitions in Russia, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands

 

The way to creating sculptures in precious metals and stones began at the State University for Cinema and Television in Sankt-Petersburg. It continued in the studios of Sculptors and painters.  My passion belonged from the very beginning to sculpting and figure drawing. In my workshop I’d chiseled torsos in marble, formed them in clay. Then I discovered gold and platinum. And was fascinated.

At the der École de la Bijouterie -Joaillerie de la rue du Louvre in Paris I met the stars of the French jewellery,  who revealed for me the excellence of modern and traditional jewellery creation, in particular the plastic art applied on precious metals.

Inspired by these experiences, represents my every piece of jewellery a “sculpture en miniature”, a wearable sculpture.