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“The Jewel of Imagination” by Ines Arenas Jewelry Gallery

Reality lacks Imagination.

Creativity is finding beauty in what is not perfect, to reveal the charm and not impose it.

Creativity is a power that transforms communications, because when the conscious reality is undone, worlds, your colors, and mine, your lenses, and mine, are diffused and combined. THANKS FOR THAT!

When our worlds are combined, it does not matter, if it is between two or between many, but an explicit secret is shared only between us that does not need to be developed because art is that: connection and tacit understanding.

A deep understanding of crystal clear water where we can all see each other.

We see a world of looks, words, tours, values ​​… it is a captivating world … it is the world of Imagination.

“I just want you to know that I see you and yes! Yes, I want to go with you. I want to immerse myself in those depths, contemplate your reflection, I assure you that it is more captivating than mine.
Your world, your words, your look, your journey, is my Imagination “

Curated Assembling Related To This Perspective

We have chosen these pieces as part of the proposal of what can be understood in the Contemporary jewelry design: .

The pieces that we have selected are because their work can evoke the meaning in our proposal.

For us, looking for meaning and purpose are ideas that can be accompanied by a beautiful piece of art as is a Jewel.

We hope that you will enjoy the selection.

The following pieces are:

Philip Sajet Cactus Double with Lapis

Cactus Double with Lapis, 2018, ring, gold by Philip Sajet is a thoroughbred jewelry designer. He makes jewelry for the sake of jewelry, and cannot be accused of straying into other design fields or art forms. His work is sensual, he seduces you with form and color, and he particularly likes to make jewelry you have to wear against your skin. But at the same time, you experience a sharpness, sometimes literally, against your skin. If you want to relate well to his work, you must be constantly on your guard.

Attai Chen Necklace

Israeli artist Attai Chen imbues his fractal, multivalent pieces with the color scapes of his native country and present home in Germany. Deploying fierce, feathery layers of wood, paper, metal, graphite and paint, Chen recalibrates the visual ethos of waste in three dimensions, creating covetable reliefs from his Renaissance-redux scenic amalgams.

Prabal Gurung by Naomi Filmer Shoulder Piece

Shoulder piece at Prabal Gurung by NAOMI FILMER. She describes her work as “wearable objects about the body” rather than jewelry, a distinction that feels remarkably self-evident upon further inspection. Her pieces reify the residue of movement as imprints in space, collapsing time and experience into objects that almost seem to breathe through and with the wearer.

Anonymous 'Lover's Eye' via Farlang

Anonymous 'Lover's Eye' via Farlang. The Victorian tradition of 'Lover’s Eyes,' cheekily clandestine evidence of extra-marital activity gracing the lapels of Europe’s 19th-century social elite.

Jiro Kamata Spiegelkette Gold Necklace

Jiro Kamata, Spiegelkette Gold, necklace, 18k gold, camera lenses with 24k gold coating, He wanted to “make them think about why they do jewelry and explain to them why he does it as well.” He makes sure that his workshop’s goals “will be achieved over a long-term period, but that the process of a mutual understanding would be a first step.”

John Iversen True Grid Bracelet

John Iversen, True Grid I, 2020, bracelet, 18k gold.

Liaung-Chung Yen Geometric Frame Aquamarine Earrings

Handmade Gold Geometric Frame Aquamarine Earrings by contemporary jewelry artist Liaung-Chung Yen are handmade from 18 Karat yellow gold shaped into geometric frames.

Ines Arenas Jewelry Gallery Says Thank You…

…for staying with us through the article: “The Jewel Of Imagination”.

For us, jewelry is an art form where others might think that jewelry becomes art through how it is presented. 

But we believe that is the mixture between presentation and content that makes jewelry an art form. One doesn’t happen without the other. 

Jewelry is a representation of our history and beliefs in symbols that have changed with the time to express our personal beliefs regarding politics, sexuality, religion, family, and even social status, since the Roman Empire in western civilization.

Jewelry, thanks to the internet, is going to become a language, a vocabulary, a way to talk, understood around the world because any art is about connection including Jewelry. 

This is Why We Present Jewelry As We Do It!

But You, “The viewer is the last stroke in any jewelry piece”.

by Mose

by Mose


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