Rings and Biscuit Factory shares a UNIQUE bond
A Newcastle-based art gallery to celebrate the diversity of the simple rings, would publicly acknowledge them with a new jewelry exhibition that would feature over 150 inimitable designs this year in the month of March. The new spectacle will be launched with a special opening event on March 4, 6-9pm. Further, the Loop will run up till May 31.
The Biscuit Factory, an art gallery based in the Newcastle shines the rings and draws the attention of millions of the art and jewelry lovers. The art gallery is eagerly waiting for March as then it will be commemorating the multiplicity of the simple ring with a new jewelry exposition featuring only one of its kind designs of over 150 bands. The Biscuit Factory would host the loop exhibition that would creatively display the work of 16 vetted jewelry designers of UK. Further, keeping aside the gallery’s usual jewelry collection, the unique bands would be presented as miniature artworks. All art objective would be for sale, further, some of the artists would also be purveying the choice for the commission. The collection would be focused on four themes, and they are classic and unisex along with precious and statement. More than 150 bands would be featured in the collection displaying a broad range of materials such as ceramic, resin, bones to the found gems. New to the gallery is Nia Davies, whose large ceramic rings are marked with vibrant color and grain to fashion 'true' statement pieces. Other highlights of the exhibition are the award-winning designs of the designers Emmeline Hastings and Patricia Gurgel Segrillo. Lauren Baker, the curator of the gallery, reveals that he, as a conservator is encircled by some of the most artistic and unreservedly magnificent jewelry the UK, has to offer. He too shows his salutation by adding that he is excited to see the return of Jade Mellor, a past exhibitor.