July 16, 2010
We all need a little more magic in our lives.
We are proud to announce in September, 2010 we will be exhibiting our organic jewelry designs at The LUX Art Institute in Encinitas, CA, with sculptor Timothy Horn. In an opening ceremony event on September 22, we invite you to be dazzled by the heartfelt melodies of crooner, Marc Robillard, to the blazing fire performer, Lady Germany, and mind-bending contemporary art jewelry from our vault, this will be an evening not to miss.
At LUX, K.Brunini Jewels explores the use of horns throughout history, mythology, and symbolism in her fine art jewelry. Not only are the pieces expressive of the material: water buffalo horn, cow and goat horn, fossilized walrus tusk, and deer antler as examples, she explores the role of the “cornuto” as a symbol of sexuality, superstition, and fertility in ancient and modern culture.
We are very fortunate to be repeatedly rewarded with much editorial coverage. You can visit our online press kit for recent hits.
Katey Brunini has dedicated the past 20 years to creating wearable art, handcrafted in California, her jewelry is inspired by nature, science, myth, and her own heart. Her hand-textured creations feature everything from alternative bridal jewelry to earth-inspired Twig rings.
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“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever” – Gandhi
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