Color on Metal at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Posted by Marlene on June 4, 2010 in Teaching | Short Link

Color is the topic of this class and students are learning to use tin cans, found objects, enamel and prismacolor as materials to bring color and narrative to their jewelry.  The goal of their initial project was learning to work with used tin cans and to investigate the possibilities of creating jewelry with this material.  They experimented with the tin to learn its possibilities and limitations, creating 10 ‘test pieces’  and were then challenged to make five pins in 24 hours and these images are of the artists wearing their work.  More post of their work will follow as the class progresses.

Aaron Holderman

Aaron Holderman

Chris Galusha

Chris Galusha

Chris Galusha

Kelly Robinson

Kelly Robinson

Kelly Robinson

Saul Ruiz

Saul Ruiz

Tova Lund

Tova Lund

Aaron Prahlow

Aaron Prahlow

Melani Smith

Melanie Smith

Hunter Creel

Hunter Creel

Michelle Leitheiser

Michelle Leitheiser

Kurt Rieckenberg

Kurt Rieckenberg

Kurt Rieckenberg

Shoji Miyazawa

Shoji Miyazawa

Tara Hoppe

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