The Aaron Faber Gallery in New York City routinely brings high style to its swanky Fifth Ave. space, but in a new move, it will bring a bit of nature to Manhattan.
“The Genius of Nature” show Oct. 3–6 at its 666 Fifth Ave. location will celebrate the idea that creation is not happenstance.
Curator Patricia Kiley Faber told the media this week that the exhibition’s 75 jewelry pieces will aim to capture an organic mood that “relate more to nature’s inspiration on a graphic or visual level.”
The work of 23 established and emerging artists will be on display, all items featuring a “magical energy of creativity, pattern, and randomness converging, the artists’ attempt perhaps to capture something universal in a single remarkable jewel,” she added. Featured artists include Michael Good, Atelier Munsteiner, and more.
For more information, log onto the Gallery’s website.