Verdigris Patina Brass Asian Delight Butterfly and Flower Earrings
Verdigris Patina Brass Asian Delight Butterflies and Flowers Tapered...
Verdigris Patina Brass Asian Delight Large Butterfly and Flower Pendant...
Olive Patina Graduated Sculptural Flowers Necklace - Paradise Crystals,...
Olive Patina Brass Sculptural Flower Earrings - Paradise Swarovski Crystals
Olive Patina Brass Sculptural Flowers Tapered Cuff Bracelet - Swarovski...
Museum Commissions by Elaine Coyne. Elaine is often contacted by
museums to design pieces for them based on objects from their
permanent collections. These pieces are available through their museum
stores and from Elaine Coyne Galleries.
Official High Museum of Art Commission circa 1984
Cameroon Collection Richman Collection, African grouping
Josef Hoffman Revisided Circa. 2006
Josef Hoffman Revisted 2006, was developed for the recent expansion
of Atlanta's High Museum of Art. This artwear jewelry collection is inspired by
Josef Hoffman's 'Side Chair', ca. 1904, a gift of Sara and Paul N. Steinfeld,
featured in the High's reinstalled twentieth-century modernist galleries.
"Inspiration from 'form, color and geometric composition' established by
'those who have gone before us' continually brings the breath of art to my soul.
It will forever change my artistic view of the world."-Elaine Coyne
In editions of 750 pieces. Royalties to the Atlanta High Museum of Art.
Elaine Coyne Galleries presents the official Louvre Atlanta Exhibition Collection
in Lost Wax Cast Sterling Silver and Lost Wax Cast Brass.
Developed for the Louvre Atlanta: The Louvre and the Ancient World Exhibition at the
High Museum of Art, Atlanta. The exhibition was made possible by an unprecedented partnership
between the Musee du Louvre, Paris and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.
Each piece in the collection is a limited edition of 750, official Louvre Atlanta tagging
and a numbered certificate of authenticity comes with each artwear collectible. Royalties paid to Louvre Atlanta.
Elaine Coyne Galleries presents the official Fernbank Museum
of Natural History Commission, Reflections of Culture, circa 2007.
Elaine Coyne's specialty is taking Old World works of art and reinterpreting
these works into modern wearable contemporary jewelry, thereby evolving
each item into collectible artwear. Each item is a limited edition of 750 and
curator documentation comes with each artwear collectible.
Rome: Roman Artistry from the 1st to 3rd Century
This Collection of Roman inspired artwear from Elaine Coyne Galleries
was created for the Imperial Rome: 1st to the 3rd Century exhibit at Atlanta's
Fernbank Science and Natural History Museum. The collection features wonderful
Cameo's of Clear, Jet and Carnelian glass, Roman Wreath motifs and Semi-precious
stones all done in solid brass with our exclusive Etched, Verdigris Patina and Antique finishes.
Come reclaim the majesty of Rome in it's golden age with Elaine Coyne Galleries' Rome Collection.
Tulips Ca. 2006
"Tulips" by Elaine Coyne circa 2006, was developed for the recent expansion
of Atlanta's High Museum of Art. The design is a loose interpretation of "White Tulips"
ca. 1912, an oil on board by Charles Sheeler featured in the High's reinstalled
twentieth-century modernist galleries. "The Combination of organic shape, color and
bold form are the components that touched me to inspire my 'Tulips' collection, ca. 2006.
Flowers and nature have always been a continued source of influence and empowerment
for so many artists"- Elaine Coyne