"Even in the Post-apocalyptic World She Always Dressed for New Year's Eve" by Michele Fox "Even in the Post-apocalyptic World She Always Dressed for New Year's Eve" by Michele Fox
"She Always Ate What She Killed" by Michele Fox "She Always Ate What She Killed" by Michele Fox
"Goat Knuckle Bone Ring" by Michele Fox "Goat Knuckle Bone Ring" by Michele Fox
"She Wanted to Be Beautiful" by Michele Fox "She Wanted to Be Beautiful" by Michele Fox
"Even in the Post-apocalyptic World She Always Dressed for New Year's Eve" by Michele Fox"She Always Ate What She Killed" by Michele Fox"Goat Knuckle Bone Ring" by Michele Fox"She Wanted to Be Beautiful" by Michele Fox

Even in a Post-apocalyptic World She Always Dressed for New Year’s Eve

Found objects, sterling silver, electrical wire, and safety pins

13″ x 6″

She Always Ate What She Killed

Wild goose feather, deer antler, squirrel skull bone, and oxidized sterling silver

28″ x 41″

Goat Knuckle Bone Ring

Bone from goat stew and oxidized sterling silver

1.5″ x 1.5″ x 1.5″

She Wanted to Be Beautiful

Copper craft wire, assorted hardware, scrap copper, 14k gold-filled wire and chain, glass beads, argentium sterling wire, gray tigers eye beads, and suede

17″ x 17″

Michele Fox

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Dr. Michele Fox, MD, is a blood banking and transfusion medicine specialist and professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Services at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. Fox began her exploration of metal as a medium at the Arkansas Arts Center School and began exhibiting her work with a series titled “Safety Nets”: the work focused on the primitive need for safety that she experienced while going through a year of chemotherapy, surgery and radiation therapy. Fox most recently exhibited her fine art jewelry at The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies Second Floor Gallery.