20 Nov 2017| DECO TIPS

Wedding list: Art de la table by Michael Aram

Wedding list: Art de la table by Michael Aram

Michael Aram consists always the best choice for wedding gifts and art de la table options.

Michael Aram is an American-born artist who works primarily in metal. After studying fine art and living as an artist in New York in the late 1980's, Aram took what would later be a life-altering trip to India where he discovered rich metalworking traditions. Inspired to work with craftsmen whose skills he felt were greatly untapped, Aram turned his creative energies towards craft based design, setting up a home and workshop in New Delhi. The objects in the Michael Aram collection range from tableware to furniture. This broad diversity embodies Aram's versatility as an artist who is comfortable working on private commissions, one of a kind piece for gallery shows, or pieces that are affordable to a wider audience.  

So here is our favorite collections that give plenty of inspiration concerning the wedding list and the art of serving.

White Orchid Collection: illuminates the ethereal spirit of the orchid flower. Evocative of purity, delicacy, femininity and grace.

Pomegranate Collection: takes its inspiration from one of the most universal and ancient symbols in the world. The fruit has been prized across the globe, across cultures and across time as a representation of life, rebirth, and renewal as well as fertility and union.

Botanical Leaf Collection: takes its inspiration from the intricacies of form and texture found in foliage from around the world. 

Black Orchid Collection: was inspired by the powerful sensuality of orchids and the rich ambiance of haute couture -strikingly simple yet full of the most extreme detail. 
Palm Collection: is inspired by the beauty of a windswept palm tree and the perfectly imperfect shapes of woven palm leaves and fallen fronds. 

Cast Iron Collection: takes its inspiration from the uniquely striking textures created by the iron forging process.

Rope Collection: detailed metalwork honors the unique texture of rope and the skill required to manipulate it. 

See the whole Michael Aram collection here

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