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Metals A Summer Session 2

Metals Summer Session 2
June 7-19, 2020
Lauren Markley
Fabrication for Sculptural Jewelry

Taking a structural approach to jewelry, we’ll explore three-dimensional forms to create wearable sculpture. We’ll work through a number of fabrication techniques—including hollow construction, spliced construction, and scoring and folding—improving soldering skills along the way. There will be daily demonstrations, and class projects will present opportunities to hone sequencing and problem-solving skills. Time permitting, we’ll also touch on surface treatments and the use of alternative materials. Students should come away with many samples and a few finished pieces. All levels. Note: This studio has stairs that compromise access; it is made partially accessible by a stair lift. Code 02MA

Studio artist; teaching: Arrowmont (TN), Boulder Metalsmithing Association (CO), James Carter Studio (NC); exhibitions: Munich Jewelery Week (Germany), Green Hill Center (NC), East Carolina University (NC), Society of Arts and Crafts Boston (MA); publications: 500 Silver Jewelry Designs.

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necklace pendant assembled from planes of metal
Lauren Markley, "Folded Silver and Enamel Necklace No. 2," sterling silver, enamel, pendant: 6 x 2-1/2 inches