Stephen Saracino

Dotard. Two Finger Racist Ring

Artist bio: Stephen Saracino is a Professor of Metalsmithing in the Art & Design Program at SUNY Buffalo State College since 1981. He was awarded a Master of Fine Arts in Metalsmithing, from Kent State University in 1980. His work has been exhibited in over ninety galleries and museums throughout the United States and in Japan, included into public and private collections, featured in articles written for American Craft, Metalsmith, and Ornament magazines, and incorporated into two books: “Humor in Craft” and “Narrative Jewelry. Tales from the Toolbox”. He received two, New York State Foundation for the Arts Fellowships for Craft, in 2001 and 2005.

Over a five decades-long career he engaged in an extensive study of Political and Social themes related to terror driven issues keeping a jewelry idiom as a platform to launch ideas related to themes associated to terror-oriented violence common placed throughout the world.


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Materials: sterling silver

Dimensions: 6" x 3.5" x 3.5"

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$4,500.00

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Artist bio: Stephen Saracino is a Professor of Metalsmithing in the Art & Design Program at SUNY Buffalo State College since 1981. He was awarded a Master of Fine Arts in Metalsmithing, from Kent State University in 1980. His work has been exhibited in over ninety galleries and museums throughout the United States and in Japan, included into public and private collections, featured in articles written for American Craft, Metalsmith, and Ornament magazines, and incorporated into two books: “Humor in Craft” and “Narrative Jewelry. Tales from the Toolbox”. He received two, New York State Foundation for the Arts Fellowships for Craft, in 2001 and 2005.

Over a five decades-long career he engaged in an extensive study of Political and Social themes related to terror driven issues keeping a jewelry idiom as a platform to launch ideas related to themes associated to terror-oriented violence common placed throughout the world.

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