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Deborah Rudolph



Stones fascinate me; they are thousands of years old and at the same time limited. They exist in all kinds of colors and shapes. The stones never equal the other one. In my work I concentrate on saving the primarily character of a stone. I focus on the shape and the structure. They are the elements that make it possible that every piece of jewelry, no matter if the form stays the same, gets an individual mark. They give the stone a deepness and uniqueness. Under this credo I develop in my studio single pieces and small series.




Born 1980 Halle / Saale - lives and works in Offenbach, Germany

Jewelry Design, University of Applied Sciences Trier / Idar- Oberstein
„Staatlich geprüfter Designer für Schmuck und Gerät“at the Goldsmith school in Pforzheim

“Layers” solo exhibition by Moquii in Regensburg
Experimental Gastronomy, Projekt by Steinbeisser in Frankfurt
Collect, London represented by Galerie Marzee
Eunique, Karlsruhe
Art Fairs in Chicago, Miami represented by Charon Kranson
Inhorgenta, München
M 13 Exhibition at the Villa Metzler in Frankfurt
Jewelry Nouveau in Frankfurt
Art Fairs in Chicago, Miami represented by Charon Kranson
„Sommer time out“ Group Exhibition in Litauen
Eunique, Karlsruhe
„Naturalienkabinette-Vorbilder aus der Natur“ Galerie Handwerk Munich
„Hardware/Artware“ Bangkok
Collect, London, represented by Galerie Marzee
„BKV-Preis, für junges Kunsthandwerk“ Handwerksmesse München
,Inhorgenta, München
„The Art of Collecting“ Estonia
„The year was 2006“ Studio 20/17 Sydney, Australien
“Collect” London by Marzee, Nijmegen
„Spirit of Stone“ Idar-Oberstein
“Pin up” Schmuck, München
“Art Palm Beach / SOFA - New York” by Charon Kranson
“New Harvest” Marzee, Nijmegen
“Transformation” Elizabeth R. Raphael Founder’s Prize, Pittsburgh

Hessischer Staatspreis Frankfurt
Talente Award Munich
Graduate Prize of the Gallery Marzee
Zonta Prize for the best Diploma at the University of Applied Sciences Trier in Design

Spirit of Stone, Finnland
SOFA Chicago, USA
Atta Gallery, Bangkok