‘Tumar’: Brooch/Sculpture

Tod Pardon (1952 – ) creates jewelry that reflects the myriad intellectual and visual influences for the artist of the twenty-first century. His anthropomorphic brooches and sculpture are strongly influenced by African sculpture, imagery and color; by contemporary pop culture, including video, music and computer graphics; by the influences of Modernism and Surrealism; and directly or indirectly by the artistic career of his father, Earl Pardon.

Here, from 2007, the delightful ‘Tumar’, a whimsical brooch in sterling silver in Tod’s classic technique of pigmented inlay, striped in orange and ivory coloration alternating with wood, turquoise and and glass.The pin measures2″ at the widest by 5-1/2″. Accompanied by rosewood stand to mount as sculpture when not being worn.

SKU: NEF000725001001 | Available

$2,400.00

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