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Metals B Summer Session 2

Metals Summer Session 2
June 5–June 17
Jaydan Moore
Fabrication

In this workshop we’ll make fabricated vessels, defining what is meant by “vessel” pretty broadly. We’ll cover sheet patterning techniques to create all types of shapes and learn how to cut metal efficiently. Creating efficient layouts for simple and complex forms will make fabrication go smoothly. We’ll build compound curves through sinking and raising, create sharp edges through scoring and bending, and bring pieces together using larger-scale soldering techniques. All levels. Lower metals studio. 

Studio artist; teaching: Virginia Commonwealth University, Rhode Island School of Design, California College of the Arts, Haystack (ME), Penland; residencies: Penland Resident Artist Program, Kohler Arts Industry (WI), Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Virginia Commonwealth University Fountainhead Fellowship; collections: Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Carnegie Museum of Art (PA), Kohler Company (WI).

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Jaydan Moore, Coil #2, found silver-plated platters, 18 x 18 x 5 inches
Jaydan Moore, Coil #2, found silver-plated platters, 18 x 18 x 5 inches