Dead Treez by artist Ebony G. Patterson until April 3, 2016 at the Museum of Art and Design, New York.
Rami Abboud’s Omnipotent Ring has been selected as the highlight of Ebony G. Pattersonâ€™s Dead Treez exhibition at the Tiffany Jewelry Gallery, Museum of Art and Design, New York. Ms. Patterson transformed the entire museum into a garden, where selected items from the permanent jewelry collection are placed in a garden-like environment. TheÂ omnipotent ring is […]
Rami Abboud is the fourth generation and descendant of a family who had jewellery designing running in the veins. Rami Abboud jewellers dating back to 1850 have always been renowned for their high end pieces of exceptional quality.
Rami Abboud a de qui tenir. Il descend en ligne directe d’une famille d’artistes joailliers qui exerce depuis 1850. Du souk des bijoutiers de Tripoli fondÃ© par son gran-pÃ¨re jusqu’au Moma de New York, histoire d’un parcours pas commun.
Not jewelry as you might know it but also works of art; Not mass produced items but one of a kind statement pieces.
Youâ€™d have to go back to the Art Nouveau period, to the wild, wonderful jewelry they were making for Sarah Bernhardt, to see something so outrageous,â€ says Patricia Faber, co-owner of New Yorkâ€™s Aaron Faber Gallery, about Abboudâ€™s boldly biomorphic work. Born in Lebanon, educated in Europe, and now based in Paris and Lebanon, the […]
In Inspired Jewelry From the Museum of Arts and Design, Rami Abboud’s creations have been described as painterly jewelry, where paramount importance is given to color and texture, making the surface of the object his canvas.
Rami Abboud hasÂ been featured in “Twenty-First Century Jewelry Designers” (an authority international book on jewelry published in London) as a creator who has revolutionized the approach to jewelry by introducing new conceptual designs and techniques.