Anne Olsen Daub, Shattered, Mirror, chain, glass


JANUARY 27 – APRIL 13, 2024


TRUNK SHOW: Sunday, March 10, Noon – 4pm (Anne Olsen Daub Studio, San Pedro CA)

Palos Verdes Art Center / Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts Education Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts Education is pleased to announce Anne Olsen Daub: MULTI-FACETED, an exhibition of sculpture and jewelry, on view January 27 through April 13, 2024. A special event, TRUNK SHOW: Anne Olsen Daub Studio, will be held March 10 from noon to 4pm at the artist’s studio at 295 West 15th Street, San Pedro, California 90731.

““Found objects are constantly seducing me. The allure of the discarded is the basis of my artist journey. My art is a testament to the evocative power of storytelling and jewelry’s ability to carry profound messages and reflect the complexities of our world. I see beautiful antique objects that have had a prior function and reimagine them into an elegant new beginning with new purpose. Exploring and combining these objects with contemporary materials creates an interplay of memory and presence. The political, mournful, spiritual monuments, and societal aspects that jewelry can symbolize are my inspiration. In each opulent and oversized sculpture and wearable piece, I encapsulate the essence of an icon or emblematic expression of its era. It is my wish that viewers and wearers alike will embark on their own personal journey of reimagination. My goal is to provoke contemplation of the past while taking individuals to realms where the familiar becomes elevated and extraordinary.”

Anne Olsen Daub

San Pedro-based artist Anne Olsen Daub attended Fresno City College for Fine Art and Otis College of Art and Design majoring in fashion design. She has been a fine artist, sculptor, and jewelry designer for over 25 years. Anne has had careers in the fashion industry and at Mattel Toys where she created designs for Barbie. She has been a member of the Los Angeles Assemblage Group, exhibited at Angels Gate Cultural Center, Michael Stearns Studio @ The Loft. She is a member of the National Sculpture Society.

This exhibition is made possible, in part, by generous support from –