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Valentine Dubois



I use a formal language for the creation of my jewelry. My work often stems from a basic form and from there, they become portable sculptures that bear an artistic narrative upon the body.

To contend with her elegant, modernistic adornment, Swiss artist, Valentine Dubois, utilizes an artistic language that consists of complex, three-dimensional construction. Often, the artist will expand on basic forms, such as squares or circles to comprise pieces, which possess a selection of disciplined volume, intended to pique one’s curiosity.

Beginning with a flat portion of oxidized sterling silver, Dubois will shape the metal carefully, folding by lightly scoring its edges. Stabilizing the material in its desired shape, the artist invents an array of solutions to sustain the composition, making her collection of works a representation of genius invention. Very thin steel cables are strung through the silver forms. The sculptural elements may travel up, down, twist or turn along the cable, therefore, making the jewelry a versatile design to wear upon the body. 

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