INSPIRED BY THE CARMEN THYSSEN ANDORRA MUSEUM COLLECTION
In Autumn 2019 the project is born "L'art fet joia", art made jewel. It is a collaboration between Shiori and the Carmen Thyssen Andorra Museum (MCTA) in which the works of his exhibition “Influencers in art, from Van Goyen to Pop Art”, become a source of inspiration for a limited edition jewelery collection created exclusively for the museum.
Among all these works, there have been two that have inspired the jewels that are part of the first edition of "L'art fet joia". These are two collections made with natural stones and pieces of noble metal alloys bathed in 24-karat gold.
The jewels are sold exclusively in the MCTA store but you can order them through the contact form that you will find at the bottom of this page. We will take care of sending them to you with the exclusive packaging of the collection.
The pieces of "L'art fet Joia" They are the ideal choice if you are an art lover or if you are looking for a special gift with which to surprise.
Silvia Hernández, creator of Shiori and Guillermo Cervera, artistic director of the Carmen Thyssen Andorra Museum.
"Tita, Los Angeles 1980" by Mercedes Lasarte is a work that oozes strength, femininity and beauty.
This portrait of Baroness Thyssen-Bornemisza by her friend, artist Mercedes Lasarte, has inspired a very strong and purely feminine collection that tries to represent the spirit of brotherhood among women.
Tita, Los Angeles 1980 | Mercedes Lasarte (1940) | Carmen Thyssen Bornemisza Collection.
Photography Cesar de Pablos, Dona Secret magazine
The main stone in this collection is the pink quartz that represents love and self-confidence. Accompany you on lapis lazuli that evokes the strength of a woman who feels free and safe and who helps others to fulfill and grow. We have also included blue agates, ocher and green jade...
You can order your piece through the form at the bottom of this page. Tell us the reference as well as any questions or comments and we will respond as soon as possible Thank you!
Moonrise on the banks of the Oyse River | Charles-François Daubigny (1817-1878) | Carmen Thyssen Bornemisza Collection on deposit at the Thyssen Bornemisza National Museum Madrid
"Moonrise on the banks of the river Oyse" by Charles-François Daubigny is a work in which the moon and its light are the protagonists. As Nature lovers, this painting has been a great inspiration to give life to a collection of jewelery with stones in ranges of green, ocher, gray ...
To capture that magical and ephemeral moment when the moon begins to color a landscape with its light, we have used stones such as prehnite, citrine, smoky quartz and moonstone. Gems that connect us with Nature and bring us calm and serenity.