Michael Aram Palace Dinner Plate
From the Michael Aram Palace collection. 11" D. Limoges poreclain.
|Name||Palace Dinner Plate|
|Categories||Catalog, Formal China, All|
Michael Aram is an American artist who works primarily in metal. After studying fine art and living as an artist in New York in the late 1980’s, Aram took what would later be a life- altering trip to India. Discovering the rich metalworking traditions of the country, Aram was inspired to learn from and encourage the skilled craftsmen whose work he felt was under appreciated and threatened by mass production techniques. After creating what would be his first collection of craft based designs, Aram became the driving force behind a small cottage industry of Indian metalworkers. From his home and workshop in New Delhi, Aram creates designs ranging from tableware to furniture, which are sold in galleries and specialty stores worldwide. This broad diversity embodies Aram’s versatility as an artist who is comfortable working on private commissions, one of a-kind pieces for gallery shows, or creating pieces affordable to a wider audience. Bridging the gap between artist and artisan is a hallmark of Michael Aram’s work. Whether in his narrative and figurative collection, or his more contemporary line, each piece is entirely hand made with no two examples ever exactly the same. The handmade quality of the work allows it ...