The Art Nouveau Movement and Its Impact on Art Jewelry with Elyse Zorn Karlin, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Adornment, The Magazine of Jewelry and Related Arts
Elyse Zorn Karlin is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Adornment, The Magazine of Jewelry and Related Arts. She is co-director of the Association for the Study of Jewelry & Related Arts (ASJRA) and a former president of The American Society of Jewelry Historians (ASJH). Elyse runs the Annual Conference on Jewelry & Related Arts in various locations throughout the U.S. and spearheads the Annual Jewelry History Series in Miami, Florida every winter. She has written several books on Arts & Crafts jewelry and antique jewelry.
What you’ll learn in this episode:
- How the Art Nouveau movement relates to the history of art jewelry and arts & crafts.
- Why France was looking for a different design style after the Franco-Prussian war, and how the view of women shaped the movement.
- Why unusual materials such as enamel were prevalent and popular in Art Nouveau jewelry.
- Why St. Petersburg, Florida is becoming a popular destination for art and jewelry lovers.
- Preview of the upcoming 2019 exhibit, “Forging an American Style: Jewelry and Metalworking of the Arts and Crafts Movement.”
- How Elyse is raising funds to produce the movie “A Story To Wear,” which explores why jewelry is important.
- “Adornment” Magazine: www.jewelryandrelatedarts.com
- Website: www.elysezornkarlin.com
- ASJRA Website: www.asjra.net
- “A Story to Wear” Film Trailer: www.storytowear.com