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Nöelle Labarthe Herranz

Santiago, Chile.

In 1997, when her mother Adela Herranz, a goldsmith, passed away, she took up her stones, pieces and passion for design and the craft. Since then, she has designed and worked on multiple materials, stones, concepts and collections inspired by nature, highlighting in each of them its DNA, its look and the process of the stage of life through which it is walking. Her pieces are born from that visceral, innate, spontaneous contact due to certain searches or materialities that arise in her walk. She is currently developing a series, “Contain me” that inspires her passion with delicacy, femininity and harmony.  

Statement:

"My work is born from the stimulus that nature produces in my viscera. A powerful impulse to create, reproduce, capture forms, sensations, states and emotions invades me".

Broche: "Absorber"
Broche: "Absorber"

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Objeto: "Corazonada"
Objeto: "Corazonada"

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Broche: "Oculto"
Broche: "Oculto"

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Anillo: "Cacerolazo"
Anillo: "Cacerolazo"

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Anillo: "Dolor ancestral"
Anillo: "Dolor ancestral"

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Objeto: "Jardín imaginario"
Objeto: "Jardín imaginario"

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