Daniel Brush


The School of Jewelry Arts is celebrating its fifth anniversary by introducing cultural exhibitions to its offering. The stunning work of the American artist Daniel Brush is exceptionally presented at L’ÉCOLE until October 31, 2017 and I had the chance to enjoy it today.

An assortment of collars from NECKS, a jeweler’s poetry book documenting 117 colliers de chien made for the book, are 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 are presented to reveal this artist’s work. And it's stunning!

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. Daniel Brush makes all his work with his own hands.

If you are in Paris, don't miss this installation; I loved it. 
Until October 31st, 2017
31, rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris.
Monday to Saturday, 2pm until 7pm (free)