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Neha Dani debuts at PAD Paris
Parisa earrings.

PARIS.- Neha Dani, jewelry designer known for her unique, sculptural artistry, will make her debut at the prestigious international PAD Paris show in April, represented by the Karry Gallery.

“Art is one step from the visibly known towards the unknown. For an artist the experience of capturing a feeling through a perfect set of interconnected curved forms and planes is absolutely gratifying,” said Neha Dani. “Time and again I have be inspired by works of different artists of different medium like the great works of Vincent Van Gogh , Monet, E’mile Galle’ in creating my own pieces of art form with a stir in them making them feel like almost alive.”

Neha Dani’s sculptural wonders are inspired by the natural world. Designing, creating and imagining come naturally to Dani. She conceptualizes 3-dimensional objects, and works patiently as she modifies and reworks the model until she feels it is perfect. She hand selects diamonds and colored gemstones and works with stone setters using both old-world techniques and modern technology to create truly unique pieces of art.

Highlights on view include:

• Bonita, a strong, undulating cuff in 18K white gold in blue rhodium and sprinkled with diamonds and blue sapphires with the glistening effects of the ripples of gentle waves circling.

• Brionne graces the earth with a flower like no other evocative of the Garden of Eden. From titanium stems emerge delicate, colorful blooms set with diamonds and seeds of pure opals.

Each of Neha Dani’s designs exhibit an intricacy with many forms, curves, and colors that are as exceptional as the woman who will wear each masterpiece. “The process of creativity is very meditative and one has to connect to oneself in total calmness to be able to create. It is a profound inward journey and it helps me connect to my inner being to bring out my best to share with the world,” says Neha Dani from her Mumbai studio.

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