18 Kt Brushed Gold & 42.8 ct Tourmaline Cabochon Bracelet ~ Samadhi Collection Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui at the Brooklyn Museum is not to be missed. Running through August 3rd, it features more than 30 pieces by the Ghanian sculptor, El Anatsui. The detail above is such a wonderful example of… Continue reading Perspectives
Ariane Zurcher Jewelry ~ Samadhi Collection: 18 Kt Brushed Gold & .49 ct VSII Diamond Pendant, 18 Kt Gold Chain & Clasp Often an idea comes in the form of a doodle, literally! Which is why having a sketch book around is so important. Doodles are like little dreams… they seem to come out of… Continue reading A Simple Doodle… To This…
Ariane Zurcher Jewelry ~ Juno Collection: 18 Kt Brushed Gold Earrings With Removable 18 Kt Brushed Gold Ball and Chain On my other blog ~ Emma’s Hope Book ~ where I write about the ever evolving process of being a parent and human being and how my daughter’s autistic neurology has made me rethink everything… Continue reading The Process of Creating
Art ~ There is room for all of us to create… Wooden Sculpture at Metropolitan Museum of Art
18 Kt Brushed Gold & 42 ct Green Aquamarine Ring Inspiration… One of the most common questions I’m asked is – “Where do you get your inspiration?” I hear it so often, I made a separate page on this blog entitled, Life, which is a collage of images of the people, places and things that… Continue reading Where Does Inspiration Come From?
Balance. People talk about it all the time. Balancing a career with family. Balancing time, balancing finances, balancing meetings, conference calls, parent/teacher conferences, holidays, ambition… balance… What does that even mean? Who does it well? Does anyone do it well? Or do each of us do the best we can a minute at a time?… Continue reading Finding Balance
When my daughter, Emma was diagnosed with autism I threw myself into research the way a starving man forages for scraps. I describe it this way, because the degree of desperation I felt was acute, and at the time, I viewed autism as “life-threatening”. It saddens me now, looking back, that the information we were… Continue reading Where Art & Life Meets