The Norton Museum of Art, located in Palm Beach, Florida, recently held its sixth Bijoux Contemporary Jewelry Art Sale. This year was my fourth time participating in Bijoux. From the very first moment that I arrived, I felt that this museum and this exhibition were more than just another show and retail opportunity. It felt […]Read More
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The public sector in Israel has abandoned culture and now only generous commercial sponsors are available to support the arts. Art or, in this case, fashion can only lick its wounds and pretend for one week that it can survive in this economy.Read More
The decision to model my jewelry myself did not happen overnight; my last set with a professional model was about as pleasant an experience as a one-night stand.Read More
Every woman is one of a kind, but some women are “not”. They are transparent, traded, deficient and meant for use only. In a project of 1500 matches and more I present every day one match for them. Take one second a day. You don’t have to “use and throw”.Read More
weaving art made me realize that I will never learn to improve my art as long as I’ll keep doing everything rightRead More
I wish that I could wear your earrings but I’m allergic to anything but gold. If you are familiar with this sentence, you are not alone, but what most woman don’t know is that if you just purchase a fashion jewelry that made you start itching that doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to start […]Read More
Traveling is my favorite activity, talking to people from all around the world, listening to their ideas, getting to know the real felling behind what we might hear in the news. We tend to think about “sitting with the local’s option” as something exotic when it comes to south America or any other native far […]Read More
3 years ago all the Zebras in the zoo in Gaza died, the kids really wanted Zebras, so they painted their donkeys in stripes.
Looks like art is screaming the injustice of humanity, but who is out to explain and call out the language of art?
Each one of us has events that divided our life into “before and after” For Mustafa Ganu it was the moments when bombs started to fall in his Home village Aleppo in Syria. And the run away for his life on a flammable boat over the Mediterranean Sea. In one of his Instagram posts the […]Read More
I had the pleasure of making series of collaboration videos for professional makeup and colorful jewelry, the idea was mixing my new colorful leaf collection with dramatic make up look, but then I woke up sick with a shiny red nose, so our first video tutorial actually changed to ” how to hide your red […]Read More