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the art of accessorizing-artist barbara segal carves fashion from marble

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"Hot Schott" 1994

Belgian Black Marble and Steel
63”H x 23”W x 8”D


at first glance, artist barbara segal’s chanel bags and leather jackets appear to be those very “it” objects we covet for our closet. but these are actually perfectly replicated versions, carved from other lux and unexpected materials like orange calcite and utah marble. at 100 pounds, their purpose is purely aesthetic rather than practical, pointing out the exclusive and superfluously beautiful nature of status symbols like an hermès. which only makes these masterpieces more covetable.  

"Byzantine Candy" 2016

Belgian Marble with Gold Leaf
Red and Gold Leaf Glass Mosaics
21"H x 20"W x 9.5"D

"Cotton Candy" 2016

Pink Onyx
19"W x 13"H x 6.5"D

"Pink Lemonade" 2016

Onyx and Marble
20"H x 18"W x 11"D

"Pink Lemonade" 2016

Onyx and Marble
20"H x 18"W x 11"D

"Flight of Fancy" 1998

Statuario Carrara Marble and Bronze
26"H x 26"W x 5"D

"Le Corp Bustier" 1989

Pink Onyx, Grey, Red, Pink Marble, Amethyst and Pyrite

"Formal Affairs" 1994

Black, White and Grey Marble
Full size jacket

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