The Liloveve Gallery opened in April 2009. An inviting, warm atmosphere open to the community, the Gallery showcases local artists alongside the permanent jewelry collection. Inspired by art and love, Caroline Glemann founded Liloveve with the intention to integrate her love of art into everyday life. Thus, the name ‘Liloveve’ was created by merging the words ‘live’ and ‘love’. It features exhibitions of paint, photography, and mixed media alongside jewelry designs from the permanent collection, to explore various shared sources of inspiration. The space promotes an array of contemporary artists and is constantly evolving to offer fresh perspectives for the community, artists and art collectors. The Gallery is located directly above the jewelry school.
The Liloveve Jewelry School offers classes and workshops in the art of handcrafting jewelry. There are many reasons that people come to take a jewelry class; to further their appreciation for a handmade aesthetic; to develop skills as an artisan; to enhance a burgeoning business careerin fashion, industrial design, architecture, etc.; or the desire to open their own business. The courses available at Liloveve cover techniques and skills for all levels, including a variety of 6-week classes or shorter, weekend workshops.
Caroline specializes in custom designed Wedding and Engagement rings. From conceptual sketches to construction, Glemann translates a drawing or idea into a one-of-a-kind piece of art. Accommodating every taste, style and tradition, Glemann helps individuals create their ideal ring on a custom budget. Caroline’s unique works are featured in a number of
NYC boutiques, galleries and private collections. Commercial endeavors range from style lines for fashion markets, design of components and findings for production, and as design consultant for fashion jewelry brands. In addition, Caroline has received notable media recognition including New York Magazine’s Best of New York 2007 – Best Engagement Ring. Caroline is available by appointment for those wishing to commission a design or to peruse her current collection.