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1996 - Project Cube AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 1998 - Project Key AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement Changing Hues Changing Hues: Color Embraced by Metalsmiths Around the World<br>The exhibition explores metal works whose primary theme is color embraced as their primary visual focus, whether that be using colored materials, exploring creating colored surfaces, or encasing the object in color. 2001 - Project Flight AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 2002 - Project Peekaboo AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 2003 - Fold Project AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 2004 - Sphere AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 2007 - Project Spiral AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 2009 - Project Explosion AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 2011 - Project Black & White AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement 2012 - Project Ice AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement Differences Unite Us Differences Unite Us<br>Ganoksin hosts the jewelry list Orchid, with over 13,000 list members from all over the world, speaking from a wide range of technical and aesthetic experiences. The exhibition theme grew out of a desire to celebrate the creativity encompassed in this wide variety. Holding Place Holding Place: A Repository of Containers and Vessels by Metalsmiths Around the World<br>These containers and vessels definitely hold their place in the world of stunning art objects as well as in the world of metalsmithing. 2005 - Pyramid AJDC Projects<br>Each year the group chooses a design theme for which members create one-of-kind pieces. The projects are for exhibition only and will not be sold. The projects are meant to stimulate both the artist and the viewer to think beyond common limits and elevate jewelry expression to the realm of art. The results are spectacular, with members employing the finest craftsmanship in precious and non-precious materials, as a painter would work from their palette of pigments. The American Jewelry Design Council is a non-profit educational corporation, which recognizes and promotes the appreciation of original jewelry design as art. To that end the AJDC is committed to raising the awareness of the jewelry industry, the art community, the media and the consumer about the aesthetic value of artistic fine jewelry. Members of the American Jewelry Design Council are dedicated to elevating the caliber of jewelry design through educational activities and to challenging professional jewelry designers worldwide to actualize their creative potential.” – AJDC Mission Statement Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder<br>"Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder" is a visual trip through contemporary jewelry design from around the world, focused on some surprising material choices. This exhibition features work by jewelry artists who are exploring the concept of jewelry as wearable art using a wide range of materials, many not commonly thought of as "jewelry" materials. One of the driving goals of the exhibition is to show the quality and range of work that can be created using materials other than the "big three" - platinum, gold and silver. While these may be used as accents in the work, they do not compose the primary material.
About the Curated Themed Galleries category [Curated Themed Galleries] (1)
Pear Blossom Garland - Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder [Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder] (2)
Raible - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (2)
Vincent - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Schraft - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Schneider - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Sawyer - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Revere - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Patterson - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Richey - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Sadler - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Kiffer - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Morris - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Klecka - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Lacroix - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Krahenmann - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Keating - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Hartgrove - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Heinrich - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Hess - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Hollander - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Halebian - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Good - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Bondanza - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Fusager - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Bohan - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Correia - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Albert - 2005 - Pyramid [2005 - Pyramid] (1)
Vincent - 2004 - Sphere [2004 - Sphere] (1)
Segal - 2004 - Sphere [2004 - Sphere] (1)