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FORM + TEXTURE + COLOR = Indomita Luz Diseno

FORM + TEXTURE + COLOR = Indomita Luz Diseno

Indomita Luz Diseno is a green company that cares and loves our environment.  Working with silk fibers in their pure state:  cocoon of silk – carried out in all transformations.  Indomita makes their own natural colors from natural dyes from natural substances.

Unique pieces of jewelry made with silk cocoons, silver, nickle silver, surgical steel and rock crystals.

Wearable Art

Environmentally Friendly

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Spring Sprung with Lace, Poppy & Pops

Please welcome our newest addition to Real NYC Market:   mixed media artist, Annemieke Broenink.

Annemieke Broenink is a Dutch designer with a passion for fashion and accessories. She studied fashion design and has an extensive background in design and sales in the Amsterdam fashion industry.

Annemieke has been designing her own collection of playful necklaces and collars – a combination of both art and fashion – since 2004. All her wearable art is produced in her own studio.

Maxine Weintraub of Museum of Contemporary Art,
Artist Annemieke Broenink (right) | by sofaexpo

Artist Statement

Annemieke Broenink is well known as an artist who creates and produces jewelry in rubber which is inspired by traditional lace neckpieces worn in the 17th century. Working with rubber invites her to explore new directions. It’s a passion developing new applications from basic materials which are originally designed for other purposes.

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EXCLUSIVE Trunk Show: Sculptural Jewelry by Alicia P.

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is pleased to present

EXCLUSIVE Trunk Show:

Sculptural Jewelry by Alicia P.

Santa Fe, NM – Jan 2017

On view:

Real NYC Market                                                                                                                   Saturday March 4th: 4 – 9pm, 166 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10013

*Meet Alicia P. in person from 6:30 – 9pm

Mixed media artist, Alicia P. returns to NYC from the Southwest, for an exclusive showcase of new sculptural creations. Under her label Designs by Alicia P, she has developed a way to blend her couture work with her skill as a visual artist.

The diversity in her upbringing, exposure to the world, & overall interest in exploring themes of ‘life after death,” provides Alicia the inspiration to work with leather creating sculptural jewelry that integrates found materials and semi-precious stones; provided by both the earth and community. These pieces, often described as mini sculptures, are a direct result of constant and continual practice of techniques developed by Alicia P. herself. Her design work is built upon a foundation of visual art and Alicia’s style is recognizable throughout all her mediums. Her work has been featured in a number of fashion and media outlets, from W Magazine in 2015, feature films like Tyler Perry’s ‘Good Deeds’ (actress Phylicia Rashad wearing Alicia P.), to print publications (The New York Times, the Fader, to name a few). Her couture jewelry is carried in boutiques in New York City & nationwide, and she works with a number of private clients and fashion stylists.


*This Trunk Show coincides and is in celebration of Alicia P.‘s larger contemporary work, on view at the Clio Art Fair
: March 2 -5th, 508 W 26th St, New York, NY.

About Alicia P.

Alicia Piller lived and worked in NYC; creating art and running her business Designs By Alicia P. for almost a decade before moving to Santa Fe, NM. Born and raised in Chicago, Piller worked in a number of youth arts programs and received a Bachelors in Fine Arts & Anthropology from Rutgers University. Currently, Alicia is focused on large-scale sculpture using her esthetic with leather, continually expanding her artistic practice.   www.designsbyaliciap.com

Real NYC Market “FASHION ART & DESIGN”

Features an eclectic group of artists using an array of different mediums; wearable fiber, ceramics, digital & print photography, crocheted metals, clay, and glass to name a few.

Ciara in W Magazine (Designs By Alicia P)

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Thank you & Happy New Year 2017 ! 

Thank you all for another great year!  May you be blessed with health, peace and happiness in 2017!

I am very grateful to all of our wonderful customers and all of the fantastic artists and designers I have had the privilege to work with at Real NYC Market.  Surrounded by many inspiring individuals fills me with so much gratitude!  Here is to another great year ahead – Happy New Year 2017!!
Thank you, Sara Keiser & The Real Team

Special thanks to the one and only “Cannoli King” Baby John at Caffe Palermo

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Got your Tinsel in a Tangle? Bah Humbug!

Got your Tinsel in a Tangle?  Bah Humbug!

No Need… Tis the Season to be Jolly!  Real NYC Market is your one stop shop for gifts and your perfect holiday looks.
– Open 7 days a week in the heart of Little Italy –
166 Mulberry Street

Si Reversible Silicone Necklaces & Hand-felted Merino Wool on Silk Ponchos
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Reversible Faux Hobo Bag by Judy K Handbags, Sohung Designs Zipper Dress & Abby May Jewelry – Swarovski Crystals, Leather, Electro-Plated Quartz
Vernakular Photo Designs – Sewers of the World – Trivets & Ink Blot T-Shirts with Swarovski Crystals – one of a kind wearable art – BOX 185 by Sara Keiser
Heidi Williams Polymer Clay Cuffs
Helen King’s Crocheted 14K Gold with Semi-Precious Stones
Photo Credit:  Beautiful Weronika Kwiatkowska #comeonbarbieletsgoparty
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Answering the call to create: abqjournal / Journal North

Alicia Piller in the Albuquerque Journal / Journal North in New Mexico

Art Bio

“Walking the line of science and history, my work endeavors to reconcile questions about existence. I create sculptural work using original techniques with leather, detailed with found materials. I invent structures that are biological in essence but speak directly to divine energy. The goal of each piece: convey an understanding of the validity of science and the unseen energies. Biological patterns and cross-section like designs were first born out of numerous inspections of my father’s medical books, are interwoven with references from the natural world. Historical themes stem from my love of storytelling, the history of earthly objects, and my degree in the study of anthropology.

I breathe life into constructed components; transforming the new and discarded in order to transport the viewer into a new world. I save 85% of my waste: leather scraps & experimental shapes, incorporating them into each work; what I call art composting. My interests involve experimenting with the re-creation of specific biological cells, diseases & anatomy tied to the African diaspora. I am interested in re-creating small-scale cellular and anthropomorphic shapes, combining these ‘studies’ into larger undecipherable forms; with the goal of linking the subject of race, with biology, spiritual energies, & the universe.” – Alicia Piller

em090616f/jnorth/Alicia Piller has created a sculpture in her back yard that will be in AHA Festival. Photo shot in Santa Fe, Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616f/jnorth/Alicia Piller has created a sculpture in her back yard that will be in AHA Festival. Photo shot in Santa Fe, Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616i/jnorth/Some of the jewelry Alicia Piller creeates in her studio in Santa Fe. Photo shot Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616i/jnorth/Some of the jewelry Alicia Piller creeates in her studio in Santa Fe. Photo shot Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616g/jnorth/Alicia Piller has created a sculpture in her back yard that will be in AHA Festival. Photo shot in Santa Fe, Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616g/jnorth/Alicia Piller has created a sculpture in her back yard that will be in AHA Festival. Photo shot in Santa Fe, Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616i/jnorth/Alicia Piller creeated this sculpture from her grandfather's slides in her home in Santa Fe. Photo shot Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616i/jnorth/Alicia Piller creeated this sculpture from her grandfather’s slides in her home in Santa Fe. Photo shot Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616j/jnorth/One of the designs Alicia Piller created in her studio in Santa Fe. Photo shot Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

em090616j/jnorth/One of the designs Alicia Piller created in her studio in Santa Fe. Photo shot Tuesday, September 6, 2016. T(Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

READ FULL STORY HERE    By Jackie Jadrnak / Journal North Reporter

Wearable Art Jewelry available at REAL NYC MARKET, 166 Mulberry Street, NYC (between Grand and Broome Streets)

Calling for Artists and Designers

Interested in renting a space or selling your products wholesale?

Real NYC Market is filled with artists and designers – surround yourself with successful creators like yourself! Open 7 days a week – year round. Rent daily/weekly/monthly outdoors or indoors full time. 2×2 – 5×7′ spaces available.
Are you selling wholesale? We buy wholesale- please share with us your products!
Located at 166 Mulberry Street
 
Email with questions: realnycmarket@gmail.com

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SI Sabato Isabel

SI Sabato Isabel is the brand of unique pieces of jewelry. These are the result of a combination of non conventional materials with new and innovating design techniques. A mix of both manual and handy craftsmanship of transparent and opaque materials, that thanks to the creation process, turn into reversible, colorful, sophisticated, light and organic designs. As a result of this process each handmade piece of jewelry becomes unique.
Caring for our planet, the main goal is to create beauty transforming and reusing materials, into original products.
To reuse is the rule, to convert disposable into a new piece of contemporary Jewelry is the dream.

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4 Day Festival is just the beginning! Merrymaking straight ahead !

festival realIt’s that time of year again!

Real NYC Market is excited for the Little Italy Pedestrian Mall to kick off this Memorial Day Weekend!

Friday, May 27 / 5:30 pm – 12 midnight
Saturday, May 28 / 11:30 am – 12 midnight
Sunday, May 29 / 11:30 am – 12 midnight
Monday, May / 30 11:30 am – 10 pm

Each year from Memorial Day to Labor Day Mulberry Street is closed to vehicles from Hester Street to Broome Street where the Little Italy Pedestrian Mall takes place.  Real NYC Market is located at 166 Mulberry Street in the Heart of Little Italy surrounded by twinkling lights, festivities, performing artists, music and celebrations all restaurants and boutiques fill up the sidewalks and the street becomes a walking mall.  Millions of tourists and locals come to Little Italy to shop and eat.  Let the party begin!

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Real NYC Market “FASHION ART & DESIGN” features extraordinary Artists, Designers and Entrepreneurs.  We feature an eclectic group of artists using many different mediums;  decorative fiber, wearable fiber, ceramics, digital photography, print photography, drawings, lithography, sculpture, mixed media, paintings, fashion designs, jewelry, home decor, crocheted metals, clay, digital, drawings, apparel, accessories, pastel, fiber, glass, two-dimensional mixed media, three-dimensional mixed media, sculpture and wood.   APPLY HERE

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Come on Barbie, Let’s go Party!  The dynamite Weronika Sales Associate this Memorial Day Weekend!FullSizeRender (5)

#1 Cannoli at 148 Mulberry Street – Caffe Palermo – aka BABY JOHN is the Cannoli King!IMG_3019 IMG_3043

NEW MENU ITEM at La Mela (across the street) Seafood Salad mmmmmmmm!IMG_3399 IMG_3415

NEW ARRIVALS! Sarah Sokol Millinery Mulberry_web_1

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New Arrivals!  Lyndee DesignsIMG_3471

New Arrivals!  Sohung Designs

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