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– WHERE Magazine

“Adornment can exercise a profound influence on our bodies. It can reflect in our posture and body contour, as well as our movements, effectively causing a transformation in how we feel about ourselves, and how we are perceived by others. My creative statement is one that not only complements the physical body, but also allows for the interaction of the object with the wearer through transformation of the actual piece of adornment. I engage the wearer in the repositioning of various components, which transform the object, creating new designs to suit their need or mood of the moment.”

– Jan Mandel

SCULPTURE TO WEAR is honored to be the official West Coast Representative of the Robert Lee Morris Archives

Lisa M. Berman of SCULPTURE TO WEAR is honored to be the First Brand Ambassador in the United States on behalf of Artiststar Jewels.

Sculpture to Wear Gallery:
“Feel the FRILL” – The Ginsburg Gauntlet

Nov. 3rd – Dec. 3rd, 2020

Click Here to see the Online Exhibition

Submission Phase 2 Deadline: November 30, 2020

Sculpture To Wear Gallery has a 21-year history of curating and hosting poignant, cutting-edge exhibitions by award-winning international artists. In keeping with this tradition, we are seeking edge dwellers, truth-seekers, and history makers to participate in a timely exhibition honoring Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who “changed minds and made change happen”.  The primarily on-line exhibition will feature wearable art collars similar to those worn by the Notorious RBG herself to challenge, “throw down the gauntlet”, evoke opinion, dissent, or non-verbal expression ushering a distinct message, often against the establishment. The honorable Justice Ginsburg’s Jabots “had a language of their own” that transitioned into “Collars of Dissent”, wearing each one with a deliberate “call to action” for Equality and Justice. Due to the paramount importance of continuing her message and the response we’ve received already, we are opening up the floor to include traditional art as well: paintings, sculpture, photographs, quilts, textiles, etc. honoring the remarkable achievements of the Great Equalizer.

Artists Click Here to Apply for Exhibition