The ‘In Bloom’ collection explores the fleeting beauty of the cherry blossom in full bloom. Honouring the compositional balance of the petals and the surface texture of the branches, these works combine precious gemstones and metals to encapsulate this brief moment of quiet and delicate perfection.
Taë Schmeisser studied Visual Arts (Glass) at the Australian National University, before expanding her material vocabulary in ceramics, gold and silversmithing with further studies in both Australia and Japan. In 2009 she was awarded Artist in Residence at Skopart, The Skopelos Art Foundation in Greece. She has been exhibiting her work nationally since 2002 and in 2008 Taë won the e.g. etal graduate award. In 2011 she launched her exciting label bëuy (pronounced boi) which takes its place in the continuing evolution of Taë’s design practice, offering innovative seasonal pieces in diverse materials and created with varied techniques. All Taë Schmeisser and bëuy works are designed and handcrafted with precision, curiosity and tender loving care in Melbourne, Australia.