Schaustück #2, 2008, brooch, silver, plastic stones, plastic beads, lacquer, 5.75 x 3.43 x 1.61 inches
Porträt #6, 2007, brooch, silver, plastic stones, lacquer, digital print, 6.18 x 4.57 x 1.5 inches
Porträt #6 (back side), 2007, brooch, silver, plastic stones, lacquer, digital print, 6.18 x 4.57 x 1.5 inches
Porträt #2, 2005, brooch, silver, glass, laquer, digital print, 4.49 x 3.46 x 1.06 inches
Schaustück #5, 2009, brooch, silver, gold-plated, plastic stones, lacquer, 8.27 x 3.03 x 3.23 inches
Klassiker 7, brooch, 1999, aluminum, flock, synthetic stones, steel, gold 333, 3.9 x 2.25 x .85"
Velour 2, 2000, brooch, aluminum, flock, synthetic stones, steel, gold 333/, 4.21 x 4.02 x 1.06 inches
Minimal 2, 1999, brooch, aluminum, flock synthetic stones, gold 333/, 3.9 x 2.52 x .67 inches
Born 1964 in Germany, Weber is one of the most fascinating jewelry voices coming out of the Munich Academy of Fine Arts.
Having practical training in both gold and silversmithing, Norman earned his Masters at the renowned establishment under the direction of Otto Künzli, Herman Jünger and Horst Sauerbruch.
Taking inspiration from the world of costume jewelry that finds an industrial home in his Bavarian town of residence, the juxtaposition between the real and the imitation finds itself as a central theme in much of his work- meticulous constructions of plastics,
highly polished aluminum, synthetic fiber flocking among others, are combined with traditional jewelry materials in bold sculptural statements.
Since 2011, Weber is teaching at the technical school for glass and jewelry, Kaufbeuren- Neugablonz, Germany, he has been awarded several design prizes in Germany and pieces by Norman Weber can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Arts & Design, NY, the Jewelry Museum of Pforzheim, Germany, the International Design Museum of Munich, Germany and more, as well as numerous important private collections.