Crosshatch Earrings

By Sally Prangley



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Crosshatch Earrings show my fascination with the drawing technique of crosshatching, which Maurice Sendak did so beautifully in his many books for children. Crosshatch Earrings come in a variety of shapes: entwined circles, triangles, and ladders. Each pair of earrings is outlined in stainless steel wire. Within the outline, black tissue paper is “painted” on hard paper via brush and glue. Slivers of white paper, or the crosshatching, are also added with brush and glue. Sealed for wear. Please specify the shape you want in the “notes to artist” section in checkout: circles, triangles, or ladders.

Mixed Media, Paper (stainless steel wire, papers)

1.75 x .5 inches

About the artist

Sally blends traditional basketry and wirework techniques to create her unusual wire objects. All work is done by hand, freeform, using only wire and whatever materials she includes in the construction, most often paper, found objects, or vintage beads. Sally has drawn, painted, and created mixed-media art all her life and is largely self-taught. She minored in art history at Northwestern University and received her MBA in marketing from the George Washington University. Sally lives in her hometown of Seattle after many years on the east coast....Read MoreRead Less
Media: Mixed Media, Paper
Category: Jewelry

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