METALS SUMMER SESSION 2
JUNE 4–16, 2023
Mark making is fundamental—it calls to mind communication, action, time, and presence. Through drawing exercises and exploring our surroundings, we’ll create, discover, document, and lift marks and textures as poetic and visual inspiration. Direct mark-making processes such as embossing, engraving, etching, and chasing, will be combined with simple tool making and rogue techniques to translate this information into metal. A range of samples will emerge in the first week. Through group dialogue, we’ll learn from each other’s experiments and discuss productive directions toward finished wearable pieces. All levels. Lower metals studio.
Associate professor at State University of New York-New Paltz; Art Jewelry Forum Artist Award; residencies: Arrowmont (TN), Haystack (ME), Women’s Studio Workshop (NY); representation: Gallery Loupe (NJ).