Learn enamelling from a full time professional enamellist. I teach both traditional and experimental techniques.In my one day enamelling workshops you will learn as much in 5 hours as many classes teach in a month or more. No experience is necessary to take the beginner class. By the end of class you will be comfortable enamelling on your own. This is a great option for those living outside the downtown core as there's no commuting back and forth.Enamelling is not limited to jewellery, it can…See More
Hi everyone,just joined the group. I am a metal and sculptor located in Penetang Ontario. I am trying to grow my business and would like to begin selling online through my websites and venue's such as ETSY. I am wondering how people ship larger pieces of work, and how they anticipate shipping costs. I've included a link to two pieces I've just made to use as an example, a garden fairy and a sailboat. Any advice and help would be appreciated. As well I'm looking for gallery's to show my…See More
The Alberta Craft Council has posted the on-line exhibition for the “Well In Hand” show of human/equine-inspired art. In Dreams. Installation of chased and repousséd aluminium panels, in hand-made alder frames.Largest pictures are 11" x 11" x 2". Christine Pedersen. 2014.I knew that my pieces for the Well In Hand show would…See More
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Do you consider yourself a professional, student or emerging artist. Are you a gallery, school, organization or guild?
In what area of the metal arts do you work?
silversmith, metalsmith, sculptor
Tell us about your education.
I began by taking lessons from a silversmith. I've continued to increase my skill level through further courses, reading and experimentation.
Share some of your career highlights or goals.
In 2011 I won the Best Jewelry Award at the Sooke Fine Arts Show in Sooke, BC and over the last few years, my work has been juried into other art shows on Vancouver Island.
I hope to take my work into more of a sculptural direction and use my organic, elemental designs to add beauty to our planet.
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