2013/07/04

artists and artisans in florence | end of a series + sum up

Hello dear readers,

As you have probably already guessed from the title, I have decided to end Artists and Artisans in Florence.

I have really enjoyed doing this series, and meeting all these amazing and inspirational artists, seeing their studios and taking their portraits has been such a great and positive experience for me.

However, no matter how great it has been to do this, I have to acknowledge the fact, that I simply don't have enough time right now. I have so many things going on - pleasure and work- plus all the other "everyday-ordinary-life-kind-of-stuff", and as much as I would love to do it all, I have realized that I C.A.N.N.O.T.

So today, in order to properly end this series, I have made a little sum up of all the portraits. Below each photo you'll find a link to the original post, so in case you missed some of them, now is the time to go back in time. 

Thank you so much to all the artists for participating and to you readers for all your positive words and comments.

Here they are, the 12 lovely artists who I have met and photographed over the past 4 months:

Claudia Tulifero © Birgitte Brøndsted

Claudia Tulifero, art restorer, from Italy

Alessia Càmpera © Birgitte Brøndsted

Alessia Càmpera, jewelry designer, from Italy

Lisa Clifford © Birgitte Brøndsted

Lisa Clifford, writer, from Australia

Naomi Muirhead © Birgitte Brøndsted

Naomi Muirhead, jewelry designer, from USA

Kenneth Peter Scott © Birgitte Brøndsted

Kenneth Peter Scott, jewelry designer, from New Zealand

Joy Franklin © Birgitte Brøndsted

Joy Franklin, jewelry designer, from USA

Anna M. Rose © Birgitte Brøndsted

Anna M. Rose, visual artist, from USA

Laura Wandry © Birgitte Brøndsted

Laura Wandry, jewelry designer, from USA

Laura Puliti © Birgitte Brøndsted

Laura Puliti, architect, from Italy

Sara Amrhein © Birgitte Brøndsted

Sara Amrhein, jewelry designer and visual artist, from USA

Emily Tarano-Kent © Birgitte Brøndsted

Emily Taranto-Kent, fashion designer, from USA

Amy Catherine Lamenzo © Birgitte Brøndsted

Amy Catherine Lamenzo, jewelry designer, sculptor and visual artist, from USA 

12 comments:

  1. Love this series - brilliantly told and photographed :)
    Ses vi i DK til sommer?
    Knus smukke,
    Ax

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    1. Tak smukke :-) Satser på tur til DK i slutnignen af august. Så skal vi ses!

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  2. Thank you for this great series! I really enjoyed reading about this amazing women - especially together with your wonderful photos.
    Toni

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    1. Thank you Toni. I'm happy you liked it. It was great fun to do it!

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  3. as you might have guessed, I am sad to see this go, but of course, it totally is understandable. so, thank you, for a beautiful series and all those interesting insights.

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    1. I'm a bit sad myself as well, but who knows, maybe some day I'll do it again :-) Thank you for your lovely words.

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  4. Thank to you Birgitte,
    for all your work!

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  5. Birgitte.
    Thank you for wonderful contribution to the artistic flavour of Florence. Your work has much been admired and shall be missed!
    Kenneth Scott

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    1. Thank you so much, Ken. Your words are much appreciated!

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  6. Really striking to see them all in one place like this. Bravissima!

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