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Marjorie Schick, paper-mache. ""there are four major aspects to my work: the constructed, three-dimensional form; the color relationships; the definition of space; and the scale of the objects in relationship to the human figure." Her principle goal, she states, is to create a "visual tension" among the formal elements of her bright, skeletal constructions."

These sculptural papier-maché jewelry pieces are by artist Marjorie Schick .

MSchick - Necklace 2

Artist: Marjorie Schick Material: Resembles shells and are of different sized and lengths. I like this one because it is energetic, playful and captivating.

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.

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Craft Arts International Sculpture for the body Taking the human body as her central theme, American artist Marjorie Schick creates .

Marjorie Schick, Angles and Circles, 1987, body sculpture, wood, metal eyelets, cord, paint, 1397 x 660 x 152 mm from shoulder to bottom, photo: Gary Pollmiller

Who’s Afraid of Marjorie Schick?

Artists Up Rising by Rosa Phoenix (Art Reviews, Artist Interviews, Art Essays): Marjorie Schick at San Francisco Museum of Craft + Design

Marjorie Schick (this exhibition took place in For artist Marjorie Schick , who makes wearable sculpture/jew.

Michelle RITTER - Rythmn - 2004 - wooden chopsticks, silver  - in BOOK  '500 necklaces'

Michelle RITTER - Rythmn - 2004 - wooden chopsticks, silver - in necklaces' BOOK