Eccentric Art

Café - a 1960s brass and copper wall sculpture

Curtis Jeré artisan house and its awesome sculptural works have become synonymous with Mid-century design and contemporary modernist settings.

Though the name Curtis Jeré is familiar to many as the maker of eccentric modern design from the 1960s and 70s, relatively few are aware that it is a pseudonym for the design team of Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels – who were brothers-in-law. They combined their names to create an artful persona – sometimes shortened to C. Jeré. Together, they created some of the most striking furnishings and decorative objects of their era, from sculptures and mirrors, to lighting and wall decorations.

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IMAGE: Café - a 1960s brass and copper wall sculpture.