Contemporary Fine Jewelry Show in Lambertville
Lambertville, NJ – On the 4th and 5th of November, jewelry enthusiasts and art collectors alike are invited to the Diana Vincent Contemporary Fine Jewelry Gallery for a celebratory opening of the curated exhibit, "Nothing But Rings". For the first time ever, experience an exhilarating perspective into the world of rings, through the eyes of some of the most refined and talented artist in the modern jewelry world. Creating the impossible and reinventing the rules, "Nothing But Rings" showcases the most sophisticated ringdesigns from artists across North America.
You will see everything from rings inspired by fables and fairytales, come to life by designers like Manya & Roumen and Anthony Lent, to revolutionary futuristic designs as seen in the Hunger Games from designer Claudio Pino. "We are both honored and excited to introduce these leading designers, and good friends, to the artistic community of Lambertville and beyond," says co-owner Vincent Polisano of Diana Vincent. Polisano continues, "The collection of work displays a wide range of styles with the presence of a clear artistic voice, paired with the highest skill level within each artist's particular technique. We think everyone will discover something new that surprises and inspires them."
Participating designers include Emanuela Duca, Gregore Morin, Jennifer Morin, George Sawyer, Michael Good, Claudio Pino, Kent Raible, Anthony Lent, Manya & Roumen, Zolton David, Todd Pownell, Alishan, Erik Stewart, Jeff & Susan Wise, and Diana Vincent.
Opening reception will take place on Friday November 4th and Saturday November 5th at 5pm. Join us and explore the various Avant- garde rings, while enjoying tempting cuisine, craft beers, local wines, and engaging dialogue. The exhibition will run through December 9, 2016 at the Diana Vincent Contemporary Fine Jewelry Gallery, located at 12 North Union Street in Lambertville, NJ, open on Thursdays – Sunday 11am- 5pm.
The Diana Vincent Contemporary Fine Jewelry Gallery was founded as a unique venue to exhibit progressive work in fine art jewelry. Opened with the mission to bring exposure to emerging and established artists, the gallery presents group and solo exhibits, education pertaining to fine arts and collaboration with other galleries, museums and institutions.
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