Thomas Mann

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Artist bio: Thomas Mann began making jewelry in high school & has been doing it ever since. An icon of the American Craft Jewelry movement for 50 years, he describes himself as an artist working in the medium of jewelry and sculpture. Mann’s recurring but always changing parts give his work its storytelling quality and theatricality. He’s best known for his “Techno-Romantic” design vocabulary, which combines industrial aesthetics and materials with evocative themes and romantic imagery.

Highlights of Mann’s career include a feature in Peabody Award winning PBS television series “Craft in America”; Competing on Food Network’s “All Star Academy”; Having his artwork in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institute’s Renwick Gallery. as well as the Museum of Art and Design; and creating his traveling exhibition “Storm Cycle – An Artist Responds to Hurricane Katrina” which travelled to museums and galleries including Bellevue Museum of Art and The Ogden Museum of Southern Art.


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Materials: Bronze, Steel, Copper, Silver, Paint

Dimensions: 3.5" Diameter x .125 Deep

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$450.00

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Artist bio: Thomas Mann began making jewelry in high school & has been doing it ever since. An icon of the American Craft Jewelry movement for 50 years, he describes himself as an artist working in the medium of jewelry and sculpture. Mann’s recurring but always changing parts give his work its storytelling quality and theatricality. He’s best known for his “Techno-Romantic” design vocabulary, which combines industrial aesthetics and materials with evocative themes and romantic imagery.

Highlights of Mann’s career include a feature in Peabody Award winning PBS television series “Craft in America”; Competing on Food Network’s “All Star Academy”; Having his artwork in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institute’s Renwick Gallery. as well as the Museum of Art and Design; and creating his traveling exhibition “Storm Cycle – An Artist Responds to Hurricane Katrina” which travelled to museums and galleries including Bellevue Museum of Art and The Ogden Museum of Southern Art.

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