Tod Pardon (@todpardon)
Tod Pardon’s jewelry reflects the myriad intellectual and visual influences on the artist of the twenty-first century. His anthropomorphic brooches and sculpture are strongly influenced by African sculpture, imagery and color; by contemporary pop culture, as well as video and computer graphics; and by the more traditional influences of modernism and Surrealism.
Tod’s brooches are fabricated in sterling silver and then inlaid with a variety of materials, including glass resin, exotic woods and gemstones. A wooden stand accompanies each brooch so that it may function as a sculpture in-situ when not being worn. Each one is individually numbered and titled.
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