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Metals B Summer Session 7

Metals Summer Session 7
August 23-29, 2020
Kim Cridler
Drawn: The Sensitive Line

Philosopher Alexander Baumgarten described aesthetics as “the science of sensitive knowing.” In that spirit we’ll use simple techniques and direct observation to make structural wire forms. Demonstrations will include soldering steel wire, building symmetrical forms, forging and drawing wire, and finishing steel. Supplemented with short readings, visual presentations, and quick assignments, we’ll make models and samples before creating individual projects. This class is about starting where you are, working without hesitation, and seeing anew. Soldering experience will be helpful, but the workshop is open to all levels. Code 07MB

Studio artist; teaching: University of Wisconsin-Madison (WI), San Diego State University, Arizona State University; upcoming retrospective at The Metal Museum (TN); collections: MTA Arts & Design (NYC), Museum of Fine Arts Houston (TX); representation: Lisa Sette Gallery (AZ).

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wire metal basket with handles and stand
Kim Cridler, "Again (basin with butterflies)," steel, butterfly wings (Dichorragia nesmachus), 15 x 28 x 18 inches