Pollock's Ghosts Earrings
Upon entering Jackson Pollock's studio, one is asked to change into foam slippers. It is immediately apparent why: the floor is covered with paint splats, drips, and languid coils. This paint did not get onto the canvas and is called “Pollock's Ghosts”. It is the inspiration for these earrings.
See Pollock's Number 23, 1951 in the collection of the Chrysler Museum of Art.
- Solid brass, electroplated with non-tarnishing silver finish
- Hypo-allergenic ear wires
- Designed and manufactured in USA