Happy holidays from form & concept! Discover elegant, wearable creations by some of our favorite jewelers.
“Doing something symmetrical or identical is simple. You only work out one problem. When you have to work out something that has to be balanced—that is a pair, but not identical—that is for me more challenging and much more fun.”
“Dramatically alluring yet signally protective natural organic forms inspire me, such as the radiating shape of the anemone, the sensuous curves of the nudibranch, and the concave surfaces of the cactus. I hope to create jewelry which captures the delicate balance of the bold and sculptural with the sensual and graceful.”
“My three-dimensional constructed gold and silver pieces are suited to be worn—or even framed and hung on a wall.”
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Happy holidays from form & concept! Discover colorful, wearable creations by some of our favorite jewelers, and browse vibrant offerings from our book nook.
“I enjoy reconstructing these found objects into my world and bringing them out into the universe for another life, another journey. There’s something about putting it back out in another configuration that’s very caring.”
“I get inspired by unusual materials, science, repetition and shapes. Experimenting with traditional and nontraditional materials, I have found joy in creating pieces that are vibrant, thoughtful and cheeky.”
“I look to the built environment of the city where I live for the formal qualities of my work: materials, forms, colors and surface quality.”
“The Rabbitneck collection is influenced by the Swiss Style, Art Deco, Bauhaus and De Stijl. It’s a formal evolution of my conceptual sculpture and paintings utilizing a variety of materials.”
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