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694 N High St
Columbus, OH 43215

614-221-8580

Sherrie Gallerie is a Contemporary Art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. We specialize in three-dimensional contemporary art including glass, ceramics, wood, fiber, mixed media, and art jewelry.

Marilyn Parker

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite necklaces

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite and rubber necklaces

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite and rubber necklaces

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite and rubber necklaces, earrings

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite and rubber necklaces, earrings

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Marilyn Parker, rubber and silver earrings

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite necklace and earrings

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Marilyn Parker, necklace and earrings

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Marilyn Parker, rubber and silver earrings

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Marilyn Parker, rubber and murano glass necklace

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Marilyn Parker, silver and murano glass necklace

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Marilyn Parker, rubber and glass necklaces

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Marilyn Parker, rubber and lucite necklace, earrings

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Marilyn Parker, rubber and silver earrings

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Marilyn Parker, resin and silver earrings

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite necklace and earrings

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Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite and rubber necklace and earrings

Marilyn Parker, stud earrings

Marilyn Parker, silver and lucite necklaces

Marilyn Parker, silver and lucite earrings

Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite necklaces

Marilyn Parker, glass necklace

Marilyn Parker, vintage lucite necklace

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artist info

Marilyn was an undergraduate art major at Purdue University but did not actively return to art until retirement. She was an educator for 34 years in the Columbus Public Schools and Columbus School for Girls.

"Movement, versatility and a sense of fun are key elements in my work. I enjoy experimenting with patterns, patinas and finishes on sterling silver, brass and bronze-sometimes mixing them with beads and crystals. I am inspired by architectural and industrial style, striving to create simple and comfortable designs."