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The artist is the confidant of nature, flowers carry on dialogues with him through the graceful bending of their stems and the harmoniously tinted nuances of their blossoms. Every flower has a cordial word which nature directs towards him.

Auguste Rodin

In an interview with The Jewelry Icon, Roman jeweler Fabio Salini exclaimed: "Stop making flowers!" But really, how many flowers can the world of artistry produce?

Salini is at this point in another galaxy, on a quest for unprecedented jewelry innovations, but the allure of flowers, their timeless beauty, remains irrefutable.

Richard Wu’s latest masterpiece, Magnolia Earrings, a luminous blend of art and craftsmanship, capture the essence of spring itself. Centered with diamonds that sparkle like morning dew, their gradient hues shift from softest pink to deep purple.  Light enough for everyday wear, these floral earrings embody elegance and simplicity, merging comfort with luxury.

Black is not as good as purple.

Ralph Lauren

Founded in 2019, Wu Jewelry is a brand and a philosophy. "Nothing is art if it does not come from Nature," Wu muses. This ethos is evident in each creation that leaves his studio.

With a rich history steeped in the meticulous world of Chinese jade carving and the refined techniques of Italian goldsmithing, Wu has crafted a niche for himself. In his creations, the dualities of East and West, ancient wisdom and contemporary design harmonize and balance each other.

Yet, perfection isn't always the goal. Sometimes, it's about capturing the raw, untamed beauty of nature. And while Wu's magnolia earrings edge close to perfection, there's an intentional retreat from it, a nod to the imperfections inherent in all things natural.

Purple does something strange to me.

Charles Bukowski

Adding depth to this narrative is the surrealist touch of Haeji Min, a Seoul-born artist, who now divides her time between London and her home city. Her idiosyncratic, uniquely reimagined anatomical characters oscillate between futuristic technological forms and natural beings, receiving accolades in exhibitions all over the world.

Nature is not only all that is visible to the eye... it also includes the inner pictures of the soul.

Edvard Munch

In a world that’s in constant flux, artists like Richard Wu, Haeji Min and Jacqueline Ostermann (another amazing portrait within this article) remind us of the enduring power of nature, the ageless appeal of flowers, and the magic that can happen when traditional artistry meets contemporary vision.


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