West Coast Representative of the Archival Collection by ROBERT LEE MORRIS

In honor of PATRONS - a celebration of the Archival Collection by
ROBERT LEE MORRIS sold by SCULPTURE TO WEAR
" ARTWEAR would like to thank Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder, Man Ray, Roy Lichtenstein, Louise Nevelson and all artists who have inspired us to ADVANCE JEWELRY to the level of FINE ART. "
Robert Lee Morris
Cover of the ARTWEAR catalog by ROBERT LEE MORRIS.
Photography by Klaus Laubmayer , 1985

This iconic campaign has been copied by hundreds of magazines
& artists globally for decades, many not aware of its' origin.
A Letter from ROBERT LEE MORRIS
In appreciation of Patrons and Collectors
 
"The arts have always depended on the patronage of the COLLECTORS.
The De Medici family in Italy was one of the primary patrons of the Renaissance,
sponsoring artists to create masterworks for the public, and for them personally.
It can be said that due to the vision and generosity of the De Medici patronage,
arts on planet Earth flourished as never before in history. I t was the
patronage of the wealthy that changed the course of human history ."...
Largest single acquisition of ROBERT LEE MORRIS' career.
A selection of the one of a kind Archival Jewelry pieces from 1974-2009,
recently SOLD by SCULPTURE TO WEAR to a private collector.
Rolling Machine necklace, 1974
Kansai Yamamoto Collar, 1980
Dart Brooch, Green patina, 1980
Cuff - Donna Karan Resort, 1989
Architectural Cuff, 1999
Glass Pearl Bib - Donna Karan, Spring 1992
Delighted to report our first MUSEUM WORTHY ON OFFER selection for A RT JEWELRY FORUM was SOLD for $12,000. Gobstopper (below) by ROBERT LEE MORRIS. This sterling silver triple row necklace was created for the Fall 2009 runway show for Donna Karan . The powerful visual punch was the perfect compliment the rich fabrics and styling of the collection.
I am honored to be named the official
West Coast Dealer of the
Archival Collection by ROBERT LEE MORRIS.

In the coming months I will be presenting a curated selection of his legacy
works for private acquisition. PRESS & MUSEUM inquiries are welcome.

LISA M. BERMAN 310 403-0531