This weekend I will be a presenter and lead a couple of workshops at ECU’s Metals Symposium in Greenville, NC. I am really looking forward to returning to ECU and sharing inspirations, working methods and ways to create opportunities where you may least expect to find them.
Teaching at Haystack July 31 – August 12! I am super excited to be teaching for the first time at Haystack, and in this class students will create jewelry and a shrine/display infused with personal meaning. The shrine will serve as a home for the jewelry to reside in while not being worn. I expect […]
Class is off to a great start here at Arrowmont. Students began learning to work with tin by altering their name tags. Tomorrow they will begin making their own personal shrines designed to contain jewelry made to commemorate or memorialize a specific memory, person, object or event. www.arrowmont.org
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. […]
Beginning May 24, I will be at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville teaching the summer session metals class until June 11. We will address surface and color and in addition to working with found color sources such as tin and found objects, we will use enamel, prismacolor and image transfer. Tomorrow we will be joined in […]