“My jewelry pieces reflect the invisible energetic forms that are around us, connect us and are inside of us. They tend to take shape in abstract forms, and also resemble organic organisms like creatures, animals, beings, plants, trees, etc. All of my pieces have symbolism and have a narrative that revolves around universal creation and my Native American roots. I make my pieces with a direct and open approach to try and let my subconscious come through and reveal new meanings. I think of jewelry as a sacred form of protection and an enhancer of one's personality, so originality and boldness embody my work and I hope it inspires the wearers to express their inner power as well.”
Ken Fury’s jewelry specializes in one-of-a-kind and limited-edition pieces that are handmade by him in his studio in New York City using traditional metalsmithing techniques. His jewelry pieces are another facet of his body of artwork and have been featured in art galleries, boutiques, film productions, and publications. Ken Fury started making jewelry in 2006, he is self-taught, and a graduate of Studio Jewelers Ltd. in Manhattan where he learned and refined his metalsmithing skills.
Kenneth Marez Jr. (Ken Fury) is a contemporary artist based in New York City, who works in multiple mediums including, painting, jewelry, music, dance, and filmmaking. He is from Pueblo, Colorado, with origins descending from Native American and Spanish bloodlines from New Mexico. His art explores the duality of nature - creation and destruction, multi-dimensional figurations, abstractions and spaces, eroticism and transformation. “My art is part of one expanding environment that focuses on stimulating all the senses while relying on intuition to create spontaneous and dynamic works that attempt to pierce the core of emotion and spirit.” His approach encompasses all his art forms, the explosiveness of energy and fluidity is experienced boldly in his dancing, which Ken’s signature movements and style have won him over 30 of the top Breaking competitions around the world. And, he has taught at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Seoul Institute of the Arts, and the Jakarta Institute of the Arts. He has performed at Central Park Summer Stage, Madison Square Garden, Kennedy Center and The Smithsonian in Washington DC. Ken Fury’s jewelry pieces have been featured in publications including Vogue Paris and exhibited in art galleries along with his paintings in New York City. Fury’s music merges his poetry and images from his paintings into a sonic space where the culmination of his artwork can intertwine. He has self-produced and released three music albums, Flowers Fall Asleep, Moonlight Bloom and The Cry of Nature’s Birth, his influences range from post-punk, industrial and Hip-Hop. Ken has performed at underground music venues in New York City, along with having his music featured on WFMU radio station. Ken Fury is working on his fourth album Rain Over Clouds.