Karin KOLSTER-KELLY  STONE RINGS

Karin KOLSTER-KELLY
STONE RINGS

カーリン・コルスター・ケリ | 石の指輪

15 July - 1 August 2022

11:00 - 18:00 closed on Tuesday & Wednesday

ADVANCE RESERVATIONS
To allow you to select a ring in a relaxed atmosphere, we will welcome one person or group at a time. We will reserve a time slot for you, and you can try the rings without any haste.

>Shopping via ZOOM
If you are not able to visit the gallery, we are happy to show you the rings during a Zoom online session as well. To schedule a Zoom meeting please use the same link as above.
For a reservation on the same day, you can use the reservation system or call and ask for available time.
If visit us without any reservation, please understand that clients, who did a reservation before have priority.

Instagram
This exhibition and its works can also be viewed on Instagram.
There will be no VIEWING ROOM for this exhibition. The new rings will be introduced on Instagram from 22th July.

The rain starts to cease, and Karin goes for a walk in the woods. No doubt – she is going to steel a piece of the big rainbow that was hanging over the elm tree. The rainbow is hiding in the shadow of a an aged tree. As soon as her hand touches it, a ball of light falls down in front of her feet. At home again Karin finds a beautiful Aquamarine in the pocket of her vest. It has the same colour as that legendary pound which has not been visited by humans for over thousand years.

It is like you can hear stories similar to this in each ring created by Karin. For this exhibition she has sent us 50 new pieces, carefully selected from her vast collection of stones. No stone is heated or colored. They all show their natural color and light nurtured by the earth. A stone ring transcending all categories and borders is waiting here for you.


photo by Hal, hair&make by Chika Goto

Karin KOLSTER-KELLY
was born in 1960 in Neumunster, northern Germany. After studying art and education for the handicapped at the Heidelberg University of Education, she studied jewelry at Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd and Pforzheim University after working as a gallery assistant. Her transition from educator to artist came at the age of 37. Karin makes (almost) exclusively rings because she is a collector who loves stones with all her heart.