Modern Nomad is please to host jewelry artist Jenny Lorber from Moab, for a four day trunk show.
The pop-up will be open daily, August 23rd-26th.
ABOUT PULSO JEWELRY:
PULSO | /ˈpulso/ (v.) I push, strike, beat, hammer; knock on; pulsate
"I chose this name to emphasize the connection we all share. Each time the hammer strikes the metal, it sends through it a pulse that will continue to subtly vibrate long after the piece has left my hands and found yours. This pulse mimics the pulse beating within all of us, connecting us in a quiet harmony. We are all pulsing, full of spirit and life, on this earth. And the earth carries with it its own pulse which is passed on to you through its stones and metals."
"My connection with jewelry runs deep. Most girls develop a love for jewels and gems at a young age, but it wasn’t until I began making jewelry that I discovered the magic lying dormant in each stone, the potential in each piece, the potential within myself. Jewelry making is very tactual, visually-stimulating and often methodical. It has a quiet, meditative spirit that heals. I design and handcraft each piece in my studio located in the high deserts of Moab, Utah."
"For me, jewelry is more than just an accessory. It is a statement, an opinion, a piece of wearable art. I am an advocate of being proud of all aspects of your jewelry, not just how it looks but also who made it, how they made it and why they made it. My style is an ode to the simplicity of a stone in its raw, natural form, the palette of colors in nature’s canvas, the rich textures on our bare feet as we walk across the earth and I am guided by the arts of the ancient world, the spirits of ancient women and the ancient knowledge that we are all one."
"I see all businesses as an opportunity to market images and stories that raise consciousness about human rights and environmental issues. 5% of Pulso Jewelry’s proceeds is donated to a different social and global causes for change each month. You can find Pulso Jewelry on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about this month's cause and to share a cause you think needs more attention."