Japanese Netsuki artifact, 18K, 14K gold, opal, sterling, granite.
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6909 Slade Hill
Raleigh, NC 27615 USA
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Mary Ann Scherr
Designer, Educator, Goldsmith, Jeweler
See Mary Ann's extensive WRAL TV INTERVIEW at
The Roundabout Art Collective in Raleigh, NC,"showcasing the
vast career of a longtime innovator, designer and artist."
Mary Ann Scherr's career ranges from automobile to toy design; from fashion design to book illustration. As a goldsmith, Scherr pioneered the use of exotic metals as media for the making of personal adornment and small scale objects. She is internationally recognized for `her unique works and for her research and development of electronic, patented "BODY-MONITORS".
Among Her Best Known Clients: The late HRH The Duke of Windsor, Erma Bombeck, Joan and Walter Mondale, Liz Claiborn, Perry Ellis, Dr.Jonathon Fanton, Agnas Gund, Andy Warhol, Jack Lenor Larsen, and Chelsea Clinton.
Mary Ann Scherr's sculpture, graphic and product design, jewelry and electronic body-monitors are part of permanent collections world-wide. The most prestigious include:
The Vatican Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
The Museum of Craft and Design, New York City
The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
The Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC
Parsons School of Design/ The New School for Social Research
Goldsmith Hal, London, England
Yale Museum of Art, New Haven, CT
The Houston Museum of Fine Arts,TX
The Akron Museum of Art, Akron, OH
Ohio Designer Craftsmen Museum, Columbus, OH
"Time Capsule", NC Museum of History, Raleigh NC
The Gregg Museum, Raleigh NC
Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA )
US Steel Corporation (CSX)
The Historical Museum of West Penn, Pittsburg, PA
Rings, bracelets, pendants, belt buckles, key ornaments and many other kinds of precious objects that celebrate any occasion with personalized thoughts, words, illustrations, and symbols.