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Cloud Mountain Turquoise Bird Ring in Gold Alchemia #194

$395.00 Regular price
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Cloud Mountain set in Gold Alchemia.

This ring is adjustable size 4-10.


One of the world's oldest art pieces, a bird carved from mammoth tusk over 30,000 years ago, holds timeless significance. Birds symbolize the connection between earth and sky, representing journeys between worlds, embodying the soul of our planet. This symbolism transcends cultures and spans millennia, inspiring us across continents.

With birds, as with art, we are captivated by anomalies. Enormous eagles and tiny hummingbirds lose their allure without their unique qualities. Similarly, art becomes mundane without its anomalies. We seek patterns, yet find joy in subtle deviations. The exhibition's title, "Anomaly," celebrates these enriching deviations that invigorate our thoughts and emotions.


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What is Anomaly?

"Anomaly" delves into the spaces in between, where colors merge or disperse, shifting the gaze and spanning the earthly to the celestial. Each piece encapsulates the artist's endeavor to fuse spirituality with the physical world and the ensuing dialogues.

It is the individuals we encounter, the chosen kin, and the transformative encounters that bind our fragmented selves. They form the mortar securing our mosaic and the essence within.

These artworks embody the culmination of extensive exchanges, years of joy and sorrow, as I strive to mend the fragments with love.