This collection of jewelry and beauty objects by New York-based artist
Sheva Fruitman includes bangles, lipstick mirrors, necklaces, rings,
cufflinks, hair combs, and hair pins made of various textures and
contrasting materials like ebony, rope, silk, wood, sterling silver, and
semi-precious stones; all inspired by the minimalist aesthetic of Agnes
Martin, American Modernism, and Bauhaus architecture.
Some examples include the elegant wood and lacquered bangle sets made
from rare Chinese wood that emphasize the artist's acute eye and
understanding of natural materials; or the structural balance of volume
and void created in her stunning groups of sterling silver, aluminum and
ebony bangles that can be stacked like geometric sculptures; or dynamic
rings with over-sized spinning balls of opal or smokey quartz.