You have possibly heard of the ‘Hearts On Fire’ diamond jewelry collection, but have you tried any of the pieces on or looked at them in person? Now is your chance, as the Renee Taylor Gallery in Sedona, Arizona carries the collection. Renee Taylor Gallery is located in the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village of Sedona.
Less than one-tenth of one percent of the world’s diamonds can become a ‘Hearts on Fire’ diamond. Why is this? The company, owned by Glen and Susan Rothman, devised a process to cut and craft their diamonds like no other.
Most all other diamonds are cleaved and polished in the typical fashion with only 10x magnification. ‘Hearts On Fire’ collection is crafted using a type of technology that gives the artisans 100x magnification. With this type of vision on the stone, which uses a unique imaging software and a perfect mirror polish every single time, the perfect diamond is cut over and over again.
Diamond cutting, as well as overall processing, is concentrated in a few cities around the world. While 80% of rough diamonds are handled in the Antwerp diamond district in Belgium, more than 50% of processed diamonds also pass through there.
Brand ambassadors for the diamond line include actress Morena Baccarin from the hit series Homeland, Janie Bryant, actress for Mad Men, and fashion designer Tara Subkoff.
‘Hearts On Fire’ diamonds are also known for their high sparkle. Due to the cutting process, more light is refracted, and in a perfectly symmetrical way that appears like eight hearts (also known as a Fireburst pattern) – every time.
At the Renee Taylor Gallery, and within the ‘Hearts on Fire’ collection, you will find the Aerial series, Beloved, Copley, Divine Graceful, Effervescence, Fulfillment, HOF, Illa, Lilliana, Lorelei and Optima. Renee Taylor Gallery carries necklaces, pendants, earrings and bracelets by ‘Hearts on Fire’.
The Renee Taylor Gallery exhibits over 20 brands of jewelry. You can visit the Renee Taylor Gallery website at Renee Taylor Gallery .
Vue, A Renee Taylor Gallery is located within the magical Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village of Sedona, Arizona. Full of beautiful modern art from around the world, crafted by world-renowned artists, Vue has become a stopping point for all who visit the Sedona arts and culture scene.
Prior to entering Vue’s beautiful gallery, and after strolling through Tlaquepaque’s greenery-lined corridors, you’ll find a lush courtyard complete with stunning wind sculptures. These sculptures, created by the well-known, Lyman Whitaker, focus on his kinetic art. In choices of stainless steel or copper, the sculpture materials have been chosen by Whitaker for their durability. Ready to withstand storms, sun and forceful winds, his wind sculptures also respond to the slightest of breezes. Due to the range of sculpture designs, Whitaker’s pieces have now become internationally popular.
Lyman Whitaker’s five- foot to twenty-eight foot pieces of artwork bring Vue’s gallery to life as you walk through the courtyard. Most stop to take photos, while others immediately are enticed to take one or more home for their own artistic outdoor space.
Roger Heitzman’s wind sculpture, ‘StrataSphere’ can also be found at Vue. After graduating with a degree in architecture, Heitzman’s artistic abilities began to expand through drawing and shape. Now, Roger Heitzman is known across United States as a master artist in his craft of sculpting, and an expert in his field.
It’s safe to say that Vue, A Renee Taylor Gallery keeps Sedona spinning with artistic beauty. When visiting the area, be sure to stop by Vue and experience a courtyard like none-other. You might even see gallery Co-Owner Renee Taylor, herself, within the space.
For more information on Vue, A Renee Taylor Gallery, or to inquire about any of Lyman Whitaker or Roger Heitzman’s wind sculptures, visit: https://www.reneetaylorgallery.com/.
Sedona Gallery Association