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    First Name:Hollie Last Name:Taylor Display Name:Hollie Taylor About / Bio:http://www.protestpearls.com   protestpearls@gmail.com   @protest_pearls   https://facebook.com/protestpearls   @protestpearls    

    Hollie has lived in Chapel Hill since 1963 and enjoyed being a part of the varied and interesting triangle art community for years. She got her undergraduate BFA degree at UNC-Chapel Hill and MFA in Printmaking at UGA. She has been an exhibiting member of Orange County Artists Guild since 2002 and is a member of Triangle Visual Artists.

     

    Hollie’s main interest is expressing her visual ideas through the right medium. This belief has taken her to ceramics, mixed media painting on traditional and ceramic surfaces, digital collage printed on metal, and recently in Protest Pearls jewelry. Protest Pearls jewelry showcases archival images of trailblazing women in updated freshwater pearl or chain necklaces, to remind women of their collective power.

     

    Protest Pearls Jewelry

    Protest Pearls Jewelry, showcases many of the American human rights trailblazers who collectively fought for freedom, the right to vote and social justice. Susan B Anthony, Lucy Burns, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul, Margaret Sanger, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ida B Wells and Harriet Tubman are the first generation of trailblazers featured in the Protest Pearls jewelry group.

     

    This year Hollie is featuring medallions on The Contemporaries who are Rachel Carson, Carrie Chapman Catt, Pauli Murray, Michelle Obama, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

     

    Protest Pearl jewelry, handmade by the artist, features archival photos sized to a metal pendant tray, which is covered with glass and connected to an updated freshwater pearl necklace or metal chain. Come see and celebrate the collective power of these important women of history and accomplishment.

     

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    Studio Name:Protest Pearls Street Address:38 Oakwood Drive City:Chapel Hill State:NC Zip Code:27517 Map Link: Phone:919-696-6495 Website:http://protestpearls.com
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    http://www.protestpearls.com

     

    protestpearls@gmail.com

     

    @protest_pearls

     

    https://facebook.com/protestpearls

     

    @protestpearls

     

     

    Hollie has lived in Chapel Hill since 1963 and enjoyed being a part of the varied and interesting triangle art community for years. She got her undergraduate BFA degree at UNC-Chapel Hill and MFA in Printmaking at UGA. She has been an exhibiting member of Orange County Artists Guild since 2002 and is a member of Triangle Visual Artists.


     

    Hollie’s main interest is expressing her visual ideas through the right medium. This belief has taken her to ceramics, mixed media painting on traditional and ceramic surfaces, digital collage printed on metal, and recently in Protest Pearls jewelry. Protest Pearls jewelry showcases archival images of trailblazing women in updated freshwater pearl or chain necklaces, to remind women of their collective power.


     

    Protest Pearls Jewelry


    Protest Pearls Jewelry, showcases many of the American human rights trailblazers who collectively fought for freedom, the right to vote and social justice. Susan B Anthony, Lucy Burns, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul, Margaret Sanger, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ida B Wells and Harriet Tubman are the first generation of trailblazers featured in the Protest Pearls jewelry group.


     

    This year Hollie is featuring medallions on The Contemporaries who are Rachel Carson, Carrie Chapman Catt, Pauli Murray, Michelle Obama, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


     

    Protest Pearl jewelry, handmade by the artist, features archival photos sized to a metal pendant tray, which is covered with glass and connected to an updated freshwater pearl necklace or metal chain. Come see and celebrate the collective power of these important women of history and accomplishment.


     

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