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Necklace | Marjorie Schick.  Wood, paint, acrylic.  Marjorie is well known for her statement pieces many of which are huge, this one is no exception; 25 3/4 x 31 x 6 in. (65.4 x 78.7 x 15.2 cm)

“Hanging Around" Necklaces from the MAD Collection” - from the to the present day at the Museum of Art and Design in New York City. A celebration of necklaces from around the globe.

Lynn Marcus

Lynn Marcus

Artist: Marjorie Schick Material: Unknown  I like this one because of the way straight lines were used to create a dynamic shape.

Artist: Marjorie Schick Material: Unknown I like this one because of the way straight lines were used to create a dynamic shape.

PATTERN:  Think of Design Elements as raw materials. These raw materials can be applied to Design Principles. In other words, pattern can be used to create balance, contrast, emphasis, rhythm, scale/proportion, unity and variety........ Pattern involves repetition of shapes or marks to add visual interest. The pattern may be simple or intricate, bold or subtle.     Connie Fox: repeated circles and angles. Patricia Sannit.

Patricia Sannit - I could have pinned any of her works, they are all amazing.

marjorie_schick  Check out this artists AMAZING work. Her use of color and form is astounding.

marjorie_schick Check out this artists AMAZING work. Her use of color and form is astounding.

Torus_in_Matrix - Red - 2006 - hard annodised aluminium - by David Watkins

David Watkins, Torus in Matrix (red), hard anodised aluminium, Purchased by the National Museums of Scotland Museum Collections - The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh - Contemporary Art Since 1842

Bronwen Heilman, 2008, Flame worked Glass, Hand forged nails from Habitat for Humanities, enameled used copper tubing

Bronwen Heilman "Squash Blossem" (sic) -- recycled nails from Habitat for Humanity, flameworked glass, recycled and enameled copper tubing

Marjorie Schick, Rainbow Riot, necklace and wall relief; necklace: 2008, wood, waxed linen, paint, 864 x 203 x 25 mm; wall relief: 2011, wood, paint, 756 x 699 x 121 mm, photo: Gary Pollmiller

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Phantasmagoric, surreal but also playful and sometimes presenting itself in a happy futuristic sci-fi mood, the jewellery work of Peter Chang is a melting pot of aesthetic references where the art ...

Peter Chang

Peter Chang bracelet from the Helen Williams Drutt collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. This is a top collection of art jewelry with works of 175 artists.

Neckpiece - 'Ring of Fire' by Marjorie Schick.

'Ring of Fire'

'Ring of Fire' neckpiece, painted papier-mâché, designed and made by Marjorie Schick, USA, Museum Number

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Sally Craig: oxidized sterling and fine silver, black druzy quartz, spessaritite garnet

Uzbekistan: head jewellery, "Tahya-duzi". Made to be attached to a hat, and produced in Khiva. This is a very famous piece, and can be found published in more than one place on the internet. Particularly here: http://www.sanat.orexca.com/eng/4-09/oydin_kambarova.shtml.

One of the most admired pieces of Uzbeki jewellery. From Khiva. Made to be attached to a hat; Published in the magazine Sanat. Re-posted from Truus and Joost Daalder's FB page. "Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment".