Workshop: Introduction to Steel Jewelry and Small Sculpture
Time & Location
WORKSHOP IS FOR MEMBERS ONLY. PLEASE JOIN FIRST AT https://www.hmag.org/membership IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND.
This workshop focuses on creating pendants, brooches, or small-scale sculpture using steel. Beginning with templates, students will focus on how to create three-dimensional forms by utilizing scoring and bending techniques and fabrication. Surface design and embellishment will be covered through demonstrations in finishing and patinas. Students will also become familiar with how non-ferrous techniques such as sawing and soldering translate into working with steel. Personal expression will be emphasized while students work through a series of finished samples.
Roberts received her MFA in Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing from Texas Tech University in 2010. Her works have been selected for many national exhibitions including Drawing Down at the Baltimore Jewelry Center in Baltimore, Maryland; VisionMakers jurored by Emily Zibler in Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Craft Action: Genre Bending jurored by Marilyn Zapf and Namita Gupta Wiggers in New York, NY. Roberts spent six years as co-director and resident artist at Clamp Light Artist Studios and Gallery where she curated numerous exhibitions. She resides in San Antonio, TX and is the Studio Manager and Professor of Metals at Southwest School of Art.
- 10:00am - 4pm both days
- Lunch: bring a bag lunch or a list of nearby restaurants can be provided
- Parking not included
- Materials included
- Member Registration$140$1400$0