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What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Unseen Spaces

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Beverly Tadeu

Inspired by nature, artist Beverly Tadeu takes that inspiration and turns it into wearable art made of precious metals. Gold, silver, and steel are transformed into highly-collectible jewelry full of energy and hope. It reminds me of bare branches in winter, the negative spaces feel full of the sleeping promise of spring.

“My work has a fragile, ethereal quality that belies its inherent strength and durability. The open structure of this work allows people to glimpse inside to usually unseen spaces, to the play of shadows and layers revealed. I endeavor to capture, in each of my sculptural pieces, certain elusive and contradicting qualities, asymmetry with symmetry, rawness with opulence, and fragility with strength.”

The work of this exceptional artist is going right on my wish list. Someday, when I win the lottery*, I’m heading straight to Beverly Tadeu!

*I don’t actually play the lottery, but I don’t feel like this significantly alters my chances of winning.

All images property of Beverly Tadeu.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

20 thoughts on “Unseen Spaces

  1. Beautiful work. I like the simplicity of the designs.

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  2. I would so wear this jewelry! Beautiful.

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  3. I love these. You’re right, the negative space is very inviting.

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  4. These are wonderful, feminine, with a hard delicacy. More women should invest in accessories like these. It’s worth it!!

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  5. Stunning! So intricate. I love that combination of organic forms with metals. I don’t play the lottery either so I’ll split my winnings with you so we can buy loads of this jewellery when I win.

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  6. These are all gorgeous, but I love the two cuff neck pieces the most!

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