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Accents that Shine: Designs for the Home by Fernanda Sibilia

Accents that Shine: Designs for the Home by Fernanda Sibilia

Bold designs that reference Midcentury Modern design and Pre-Columbian art

Using traditional metalsmithing techniques, artist Fernanda Sibilia designs jewelry and housewares inspired by the local culture of her hometown of Buenos Aires. From bronze to copper and alpaca silver (a silver-colored alloy), her creations manipulate a range of metals and are based on a unique method of material exploration. We spoke with the Argentinian artist to learn a bit about her newest pieces.

June 29, 2016 by Fernanda Sibilia
Inspired by Nature: 5 Global Makers

Inspired by Nature: 5 Global Makers

From July 10 to September 18, The Store at Mia presents makers from across the globe who explore nature through products for everyday life. To complement the exhibition“Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection,” these makers seek inspiration from nature and play with new ways to bring the outside in.
June 29, 2016 by Fernanda Sibilia
A Behind-the-Scenes Peek at Jewelry Making with Sibilia

A Behind-the-Scenes Peek at Jewelry Making with Sibilia

by Morgan Pearce, THE MET Store Magazine

Evoking ancient patinas found on Pre-Columbian objects, Sibilia's textured jewelry expresses her special artistry

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store works with artists and craftspeople around the world to offer exquisite products that reflect our collection of  5,000 years of art. 

April 07, 2016 by Gabu Lopez