Karolina Pernar’s wearable sculptures – gallery

July 19, 2010

Karolina Pernar, an amazing artist whose work I’ve covered earlier today in some other situation and digital territory… and, of course, I couldn’t resist not to share her sculpture based jewelry here…

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

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Sculptures to Wear by Karolina Pernar
Photo by Luka Mjeda (c)

Check the rest of the artworkz from the series Sculptures to Wear here

Karolina Pernar was born in Zagreb in 1978. After completing her studies at the School of Applied Arts and Design in Zagreb, Metal Design Department, she went to Perugia, Italy, where she specialised in production/fashioning of objects in gold.

In 1999 she enrolled at the Pietro Vannucci Academy of Fine Arts in Perugia, Sculpture Department. She graduated in 2004. The same year she completed the TAM Art Metal-Working School in Pietrarubbia (Pesaro-Urbino), in Italy, supervised by sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro and under the artistic direction of sculptor Nunzio.

She has exhibited in numerous solo and collective exhibitions all over the world.For her artistic work and public activities, she has won several prizes and awards, among which particularly important are the first prize and the purchase prize at the 9th Edgardo Mannucci Sculpture Competition, Arcevia, Italy, organized by Rotary International.

Her works are can be found in museum and gallery collections (Museo d’ Arte Contemporanea Edgardo Manucci, Fabriano, Italy, Castello di Pietrarubbia, Pietrarubbia (Pesaro-Urbino), Italy, Biblioteca di Villa Mercede, Rome, Italy) and in numerous private collections. (Pernar’s bio taken from the official site)

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