Wearable Sculptures

November 18th, 2011
This article appeared on November 18, 2011 in the Alameda Journal. Connie Rux, editor.

As the artist said, “This is not your mother’s jewelry,” but these wearable sculptures are reasonably priced, especially considering the materials and the 20-30 hours it takes him to create each piece. They would make great holiday gifts.

Michael Marx, Cheshire Cat: Through the Rabbit Hole (detail). Precious Metal Clay and wood.

Michael Singman-Aste
Postdiluvian Photo

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One response to “Wearable Sculptures”

  1. Ruby Pearl says:

    I’ve watched Mike’s work over the years and I have to say I never cease to be impressed. I’m glad he is doing the altars because these pieces should never be put in a box unseen. Can’t wait to see what comes next.

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