Jillian Palone
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Jillian Palone left a comment for Shirley J. Crowell
"Hello Shirley!  How are you?   "
Aug 23, 2011
Jillian Palone and Shirley J. Crowell are now friends
Aug 23, 2011
Craft Alliance and Jillian Palone are now friends
Aug 19, 2011
Jillian Palone and Rebecca A. Grant are now friends
Mar 14, 2011
Jillian Palone left a comment for gina alvarez
"Gosh it has been so long since I have been on and finally got your message! I am so glad you have the show card. I hope all is well!"
Nov 3, 2010
Jillian Palone and Elaine Buss are now friends
Nov 3, 2010

Profile Information

First Name
Jillian
Last Name:
Palone
Zip Code:
62025
I am an:
Artist, Art Student
If an artist/art student, my primary medium or mixed media is:
Painting, Sculpture, Jewelry
About Me:
As the creator of objects intended for the body, I involve the viewer with a more intimate perspective of my artwork. The viewer becomes a wearer and therefore gets to touch and feel what I do as the creator.

I offer objects of intimacy to my audience, with delicate size, obscure form, and varying textures. My intentions for these small sculptures are not only to be viewed, but also touched, wrapped between the fingers, or gently embraced. I intend to raise the wearer’s awareness with the objects and challenge the notion of wear-ability. Because of the obscurity of form and their delicate nature, each piece cannot be forgotten while being worn.

I draw inspiration from multi-celled organisms and marine inhabitants and their physical structure and color. I combine an array of materials such as resin, metal, paper clay, rubber, and wood. By manipulating their surfaces with pencils, paint, and carving tools, each form becomes individualized and develops personalized characteristics.

While each object strives for its own independence, it becomes apparent that the artwork communicates a more powerful presence as a group. The pieces develop personalities with their physical characteristics and begin to communicate with one another. They dance in their saturated color, eccentric patterning, and varying textures and begin to come to life in a playful way.
Website:
http://www.designbypalone.com

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At 7:25am on July 2, 2010, gina alvarez said…
julian,

i didn't see your show but i have your post card hanging up in my office. i love it!!
glad we are in touch.
gina
At 10:16pm on March 30, 2010, Kelly Robinson said…
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