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Beauty and Art of Jewellery Theatre

Beauty and Art of Jewellery Theatre

Beauty and Art of Jewellery Theatre

Beauty and Art of Jewellery Theatre

Jewellery Theatre company was founded in Moscow in 1998. No doubts, The Beauty and Art of Jewellery Theatre will leave you breathless, as you will not find anywhere else such a combination of a creative imagination with the natural beauty and colors of precious stones. The Philosophy of Jewellery Theatre is to create a world within a world; that is, a world of wonder on a higher level. The artful pieces of Jewellery Theatre leave behind the everyday, the ordinary, thus making us the enchanted spectators admiring the beauty and craftsmanship of the jewels. Jewellery Theatre employs the genius of brilliant designers with the craftsmanship of master jewelers. Working only with precious stones and metals, their designers and jewelers create pieces that are unique.
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Beautiful jeweler and artist Laurel Burch

Jeweler and artist Laurel Burch in one of her earliest necklaces made ​​from powdered metal and colorful threads. The photo was taken in New York in the early 60s

Burch in one of her earliest necklaces made ​​from powdered metal and colorful threads. The photo taken in New York in 1971 near her apartment in Nob Hill. Beautiful jeweler and artist Laurel Burch

Beautiful jeweler and artist Laurel Burch lived in pain all her entire life, suffering more than 100 bone fractures as a result of osteopetrosis, a rare disease of bone fragility. Any push, fall could cause a fracture. In order to pay for housing and food, she was engaged in cooking, cleaning, sitting with the children. She was looking for a stable basis in order to maintain her fragile body. Without work, without money, without a dream she got to the Golden Gate in San Francisco. These were the famous 60th time hippies. Free spirit of hippi penetrated her art, her drawings are a direct reflection of the hippie culture. She described herself this way: “I live within the vivid colors of my imagination … soaring with rainbow feathered birds, racing the desert winds on horseback, wrapped in ancient tribal jewels, dancing with mythical tigers in steamy jungles.”
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Legendary House of the Rising Sun

Lana Del Rey in the legendary House of the Rising Sun

Lana Del Rey in the legendary House of the Rising Sun

July 9, 1964 the group The Animals hit the first line of the British charts with the song “The House of the Rising Sun”. Simple plot of the song about the hard life of a poor boy and rhythmic strumming of British folk won the hearts of millions of people from around the world. What was the reason for such popularity? The paradox of the Legendary House of the Rising Sun was the fact that The Animals were not the first one who told the story of the fateful “House”. For several centuries prisoners, drunks, vagrants sang this song in UK and Ireland and, of course, there was no New Orleans yet. The British sailed to discover the the New World and took a simple motif with them, close to everyone story that they could sing, even without musical accompaniment.
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American artist Sherry Wolf

Mondrian Girl. Acrylic on Canvas. American artist Sherry Wolf

Mondrian Girl. Acrylic on Canvas. Painting by American artist Sherry Wolf

Painting by American artist Sherry Wolf can be easily mistaken for a photograph. Sherry Wolf was born January 27, 1949 in Pikesville, Baltimore. Sherry Wolf graduated from the Art History department of the University of Maryland. Her recent paintings are featured on the website Artsy.net. This series of paintings features a beautiful model dressed to evoke notable mod trends, standing before familiar allusions to modern art and characteristic motifs of mid-century modernism. They say talented people are talented in everything, Sherry Wolf has been successful at everything she’s tried. Alongside with her painting career, Sherry Wolf has designed jewelry and fashion accessories. The works of a talented artist and fashion designer can be found in the most prestigious collections and her “Artist in the Studio” painting is in the permanent collection at the Albright-Knox Museum.
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Chatelaine Jewelry

Chatelaine Jewelry

Chatelaine with cameo decor. Gold, silver, diamonds, rose, emerald, amethyst, glass, enamel. Duke Jean Jacques. Great Britain, Russia. 1777

Chatelaine Jewelry was popular from the 17th to the early 20th century, among both – men and women. From the early Middle Ages plain rings with chains turned into extremely detailed jewelry masterpieces made of precious stones and enamels, carvings. They were worn on the belt (usually a tailcoat), by men from aristocratic circles.
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Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers

Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers

‘Unlock your wish’ illustration in collaboration with Cartier. Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers

Shining fashion illustrations by Katie Rodgers. Beautiful American artist Katie Rodgers was born and grew up in in a suburb of Atlanta, GA. The love for art began for Katie at the age of seven, when her aunt first gave her a set of professional watercolors. Thus Katie started creating her own world of art, nature, and fashion. Her wish was to live in a big city and work as an artist. “Having wishes allows you to aspire and often achieve great things that some may have thought to be impossible”. And now Katie lives in New York city, among her clients – Coach, Kate Spade New York, Valentino, Swarovski, Parker Pens, Olay, Alicia Keys, Lucky Magazine, Nabisco, and Cle de Peau/Shisiedo, Elle, and Glamor Magazine among others.
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Salvador Dali bronze sculpture

Vision of an angel. Salvador Dali bronze sculpture

Vision of an angel, or “Finger of God”. Salvador Dali bronze sculpture

Salvador Dali bronze sculpture. Within a few years, from 1969 to 1972, Dali has created a gallery of surreal images embodied in wax. Most of them are familiar to the audience – the artist used in creating sculptures the same images that appear on his canvases. Almost all the sculptures were created in the house of Dali in Port Ligate. According to the stories of Dali biographer, Robert Descharnes, in the afternoons artist used to take the wax out to the pool, and for several hours engaged in modeling, and after dinner returned to the studio for painting. In 1973, Dali made ​​a pact with the Spanish collector Isidro Clot. Clot acquired wax sculptures and designed of them four series of castings in bronze. First of bronze castings remained at a collector’s, the rest were sold and dispersed around the world.
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