From the very beginning, Crevoshay applied fine art principals to the design and creation of her amazing flow of beautiful jewels. Some great artists show a flash of genius and are gone, some show us a new vision and spend the rest of their careers repeating themselves and a few, the very greatest, continue to explore and reinvent themselves year after year, taking their work and their audience to ever greater heights, enriching the broader culture in the process.
In addition to fine art, Crevoshay studied Anthropology, especially symbolism, and you will note in her very modern expression the artistic archetypes, echoes of culture past, which makes her work accessible to people everywhere.
The fabulous jewels in the Garden of Light depict how members of the three kingdoms of the garden, the Floral, Animal and Mineral Kingdoms come together so symbiotically to create and sustain life.
Both the breadth and depth of the Garden of Light collection is breathtaking. It shows where the artist has been and gives us a tantalizing glimpse of where Crevoshay may take us in the future.
April 16, 2013
Paula Crevoshay’s Stunning Jewels Shine at the Carnegie Museum in New Exhibition
April 1, 2013
Precious Garden: Paula Crevoshay’s Garden of Light
January 1, 2014
Carnegie Museum of Natural History presents Garden of Light: Works by Paula Crevoshay
April 16th, 2013
Step into Paula Crevoshay’s Garden of Light