Margaux Lange
  • Female
  • Beacon, NY
  • United States
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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
Beacon, NY
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I work out of my home studio in beautiful upstate NY
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I'm an Art jeweler, who re-Members Barbie fondly…

Barbie was immensely important in fueling my creative life as a child, and ironically continues to be such for me as an adult. My Plastic Body Series jewelry collection is the result of my life-long fascination with the icon, and a desire to re-purpose mass produced materials into handmade, wearable Art.

I received my BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and have been creating work in this series for over nine years. I currently reside in Beacon, NY and am living my dream as a full-time artist.
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http://www.margauxlange.com

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At 12:10pm on July 4, 2013, Aimee Petkus said…

Thanks for the add! I love your work!

At 8:39am on November 16, 2012, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 10:40am on March 24, 2012, Emily Cobb said…

Thanks for the add/comment Margaux!  I recognized your name instantly; your work makes such an impression.

At 7:36am on December 20, 2011, Katie Hayden said…

I'm a student at IU... I LOVE your work! So much fun!!

At 3:48pm on December 16, 2011, Alice Alper-Rein said…

Love that: re-member Barbie! And you do it so well! Congratulations on a great body of work! ;)

At 4:11pm on August 26, 2011, Casey Sheppard said…
I absolutely live your work! Truly unique and beautiful!!!
At 11:38am on March 15, 2011, Jenne Giles said…
Have been a big fan since first seeing your work!  Fabulous!!
At 5:27am on February 18, 2011, Brice Garrett said…

Hey Margaux,

Here is some info: http://crafthaus.ning.com/group/crafthausexhibition/forum/topics/open-call-plastic-metal

 

and if you wish a blurb about your use of plastic

At 12:34pm on January 26, 2011, Leslie A. Schug said…
Enjoy your work and glad to be crafthaus friends :)
At 4:30am on November 17, 2010, Natalie Smith said…
Thank you. I have really enjoyed looking at your images. Great work!!!

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