The School of Jewelry Arts presents Daniel Brush — September 14, 2017

The School of Jewelry Arts is celebrating its fifth anniversary by introducing cultural exhibitions to its offering. The stunning work of the the American artist Daniel Brush will be exceptionally presented at L’ÉCOLE from October 13 to October 31, 2017. 

An assortment of collars from NECKS, a jeweler’s poetry book documenting 117 colliers de chien made for the book, are to be exhibited alongside a series of cuffs, all featuring unique combinations of steel, diamonds and other precious stones. In addition, large scale drawings, sculpture, and objets de vertu will be presented to reveal this artist’s work. Daniel Brush makes all his work with his own hands.
 
This is an unprecedented opportunity to preview an assortment of exceptional works. Brush’s creations demonstrate solitary thought, study and experimentation, resulting in a deeply expressive and intellectual force. From one of a kind wearable jewels to large scale drawings and sculptures, Brush’s work goes beyond traditional art categories, and demonstrates astonishing intricacy amidst a timeless aesthetic. 
 
October 13-31, 2017
Monday - Saturday 2PM - 7PM
31, rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris.
Free Access
 
 

Exposition Medusa : Bijoux et Taboux — September 5, 2017

On september 7, for our conversation, come and meet, at L’Ecole, Anne Dressen (Curator of the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris) and Michèle Heuzé (Jewelry Historian and Scientific Advisor). They will both answer all your questions on the exhibition “Medusa, Jewels & Taboos”, presented until November 5, 2017, at le Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris.

L'Ecole is back in Hong Kong! — July 28, 2017

L’Ecole first held its classes from October 16th to November 1st 2014 at PMQ Hong Kong’s creative design hub to welcome the public, to raise their level of appreciation and awareness of design and innovation. Enthusiastic students came from the whole region: Hong-Kong, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Korea. In respond to the support of the local community, L'Ecole returned to Hong Kong for another session of classes from March 4 to 14, 2016. 
We’re moving from September 16th to October 1st in Hong-Kong at PMQ creative design hub, to held an ephemeral two weeks session of classes, lectures and creative workshops.
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The emerald and its legends — July 25, 2017

Watch our newest video series in 4 episodes, directed by The French Jewelry Post - http://www.thefrenchjewelrypost.com and featuring two of out teachers and art historians, Inezita Gay Eckel and Gislain Aucremanne.

Myths and Legends of the Emerald: Origins

Here we take a look at gorgeous emeralds, where they have been found through history and how their mystique has involved beliefs in sources such as “Cleopatra’s Mines”, fact or fiction?

The Helyar Jewel (Pendant) : An Emerald Cherished through Generations

This British Jewel has hidden a stunning secret family message for more than 350 years.  Come with us to find out what it is. 

FuFura & Tena : Myths and Legends of the Emerald

Powerful symbol for ancient peoples, Muzo’s emeralds are the source of surprising legends.  Let’s rediscover one of these stories, coming from the heart of the Colombian mountains.

The Voyage of the Bérénice

Traded for centuries, some emeralds literally traveled around the world. From Colombia to France, passing through Portugal to India, let’s follow the epic of this one which has been called “The Bérénice.

 

Jewelry Summer Camp — June 20, 2017

Book your courses now and take part in our jewelry month : learn the techniques and Savoir-Faire and dive in the Art History of Jewels. Experience an unusual Parisian promenade while learning at l’Ecole: we invite every July student to the Medusa Exhibition at Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris. Book your course now!