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Luann Udell

Luann Udell is a nationally exhibited mixed-media artist. She creates fiber collage assemblages, embellished with her own handmade artifacts. Her original artwork is the result of a unique combination of skills and interests.

Her work reflects her fascination with archeology, folk art, na•ve, primitive and prehistoric art. Every piece shows her love of fabrics, stitchery, antique beads and buttons. Inspired by the Neolithic animal art from the Lascaux cave in France, Luann

uses polymer clay to hand-form her artifacts, creating the look of ivory, bone, shell and stone. Her work has appeared in numerous books and magazines.

Above:

A large (roughly palm-sized) Lascaux Horse artifact, modeled on both sides, floats above a black steel base, evocative of a museum display. Each horse is modeled one at a time. No two are alike. All signed by the artist. Approximate overall height of 8". A wonderful gift

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If you are interested in the piece that you see here, call us at 708-345-8770
or e-mail us at info@atthegallery.com for more information.

Please note that most of these pieces are original, one-of-a-kind works of art.
If a piece you see here is no longer available, we will try to find another that is comparable.

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