Two years ago, Lisette Fee published a post on her blog “Eilisain” about Marissa Saneholtz where she said: “The best part about her work is the irreverent and tongue-in-cheek commentary on traditional womens’ roles in society. She tells the story of the traditional 1950′s woman who has had it with being the one to cook and clean, the feminine mystique, if you will. Oh and if you ever see her work up close…the details are truly amazing, universal joints and all kinds of hidden settings and magical ways of displaying her work.” You can find more information about Marissa Saneholtz‘s work on her website and page on Crafthaus.
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