Tod Pardon

Tod Pardon
Saratoga Springs, New York
born Saratoga Springs, NY 1952
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Tod Pardon wanted a career distinct from that of his father, jewelry artist Earl Pardon, and so pursued painting and ceramics. Tod eventually agreed to apprentice with his father, learning a variety of jewelry and metalsmithing techniques and working with gold foil, glass beads, and painted glass. It was not until his father’s death that Tod began to find a style of his own. His series of figural brooches function both as wearable jewelry and as small sculptures that can be displayed on a matching pedestal. Two necklaces by Earl Pardon are also represented in the Luce Center.

Works by This Artist (1 item)


sterling silver, 14k gold, copper, pigment, simulated ivory horn, wood, beads