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Ana Pellicer

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Name  Ana Pellicer
Uncles  Carlos Pellicer
Nieces  Ariane Pellicer
Spouse  James Metcalf (m. ?–2012)
Role  Sculptor

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Parents  Pilar Lopez de Llergo, Cesar Pellicer Sanchez
Siblings  Pina Pellicer, Pilar Pellicer
Similar People  James Metcalf, Pina Pellicer, Pilar Pellicer, Carlos Pellicer

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Ana Pellicer (born 1946) is a Mexican sculptor, artisan and jewelry maker. She is the widow of American sculptor, James Metcalf, with whom she established an important artist colony and school, the Adolfo Best Maugard School of Arts and Crafts, dedicated to the promotion of traditional coppersmith techniques in Santa Clara del Cobre, Michoacán, in 1973. In 1986, Pellicer sculpted life size jewelry designed to fit the Statue of Liberty, including huge earrings, to mark the centenary of the statue in New York City and Paris.


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Pellicer is the sister of Mexican actresses Pilar Pellicer and Pina Pellicer.

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