Works of Wearable Art on Display in the DAAP Library

Ever dream of wearing a piece of sculpture? You can imagine it now when you visit the Robert A. Deshon and Karl J. Schlachter Library for Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) . On display through July 31 are handsculpted, original jewelry designs in precious metals from Lynne Meyers Gordon, M.F.A. The strikingly beautiful pieces include necklaces, pendents, and belts in geometric forms in all shapes and sizes and different metals.

From the exhibit, “Lynne’s sketches of organic forms become three-dimensional, one-of-a-kind constructions in precious metals and other materials such as leather, suede, and precious gemstones. Lynne, in her Pendleton Street, Cincinnati art studio, handcrafts each piece. Each sculpture is intended to emphasize the beauty of the wearer.”

Visit the exhibit to imagine yourself as a piece of art.

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