Lawrence of America  

Claire Falkenstein, the world famous artist, was looking for a helper-apprentice with the basic skills to help fabricate and construct one of her monumental fountain sculpture “Structure and Flow” which is now at the Long Beach Museum of Art in Long Beach, California.  In the fourteen months it took to complete the project, he received a crash course in the Falkenstein philosophy of art e.g., the “Sign of the U” and the “Never Ending Screen”.

In the years that followed Lawrence continued to experiment with a variety of art forms.  He is most noted for his jewelry design, custom rings, cuff-links, necklaces, pins and brooches.  One-of-a-kind pieces are often done in “Falkenstein style” as well as contemporary, modern and period styles.  Lawrence once made the jewelry worn in the television series, “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”.  He is comfortable working in a variety of mediums from iron, wood and stone, to gold, silver and diamonds.  Currently, Lawrence is expanding to include musical instruments such as guitars, dulcimers and violins. Take a few moments to see what Lawrence of America is up to these days.


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