Absolutely. Fine art is enduring, and survives generation after generation - regardless of any current political or economic situation. Clients come to Gemagine.com because they, too, understand that their not purchasing 'jewelry,' but rather investing in an artistic vision.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 14, 2008
In the midst of the worse economic conditions facing the United States since the Great Depression, Jack Malinowski and Brook Sefton have launched Gemagine.com, a full E-commerce website featuring one-of-a-kind works of art in the form of jewelry.
"Yes, our country is obviously in a critical economic situation right now," said Jack Malinowski, co-founder of Gemagine. "And if we were selling typical jewelry pieces that would certainly present a problem for us. But our clients understand that the artists we work with do not create commodities, but rather jewelry sculptures. The works of art we sell via Gemagine.com are one-of-a-kind pieces, and have enduring worth. The pieces appeal to consumers, as well as collectors of fine art."
The Gemagine website launched in August of this year, and artists from around the world have signed up to display their unique pieces. After just a few months, Jack and Brook have selected thirteen renowned artists whose work is now on display at Gemagine.com. "Pieces range from a few hundred dollars to over forty-thousand dollars," added Brook. "But all of them have one thing in common: Not a single piece was a preconceived notion, engineered to meet a specific price point or fit a fad."
Featured artists include Pedro Boregaard, who the New York Times referred to as an artist that "refuses to be typecast." Michelle Albala, whose jewelry designs were selected for exhibition in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, is now displaying her work on Gemagine.com. Other artists include Mary Aulde and Warren Alberian, Alexandra Nagy, Just Jules, Paul Morelli, and Judith Kupermann.
"Did it make sense to launch our website at this particular juncture in our nation's history?" asked Jack. "Absolutely. Fine art is enduring, and survives generation after generation - regardless of any current political or economic situation. Clients come to Gemagine.com because they, too, understand that their not purchasing 'jewelry,' but rather investing in an artistic vision."
Gemagine.com is an E-commerce website that pairs renowned artists with those who appreciate fine art as jewelry. One-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, rings, pendants, and earrings are sculpted and designed with precious and semi-precious stones, gold, silver, and other rare metals. Visit http://www.gemagine.com.
Contact: Jack Malinowski
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