One person’s trash is another person’s treasure. Isaac truly has the eye of an artist. One of his favorite pastimes is delving into New York City’s street fairs in search of pieces of wood, metal and other materials that can be turned into a spectacular piece of art. This particular piece is made of different types of wood that Isaac hand cut into special shapes to create a smooth, harmonious combination that is pleasant to the eye. Isaac enjoys creating pieces that could live in various environments. This piece is displayed in Isaac and his wife Regina’s home in NJ but would fit in just as well featured in an exhibit in a museum!
These small pieces of artwork are pendants made of onyx, brass, lucite, sterling silver and semi-precious cornelian. In larger form they can be displayed on a wall; smaller on a chain and worn as a necklace or pin. These are just a few examples of Isaac’s pieces that easily exemplify what we refer to as “wearable art.” The art deco, industrial feel is common among Isaac’s collections, most recently for holiday and fall, respectively.
This young-inspired piece was from 1985. This particular sculpture was created by Isaac and his son Ben (namesake of the brand). The pastel color scheme and smooth lines fit harmoniously together and are soothing to the eye. This is a clear reflection of the father-son bond and the inner peace they feel when collaborating on a piece of art.