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Each copper wall piece is designed for interiors and the patinas are created through the use of salts and acids. Seen here: Copper being fumed in ammonia.
My current body of work reflects my fascination with both science and art. I am inspired by chemistry, the fractal geometry of nature and the play of the elements on weathering objects. My “Salvaged Series” combines naturally patinated metal, rescued from historic buildings throughout New England. I repurpose the metal by reforming it, using a metal brake and “cold connections”, such as rivets and tabs. In many cases, stainless steel or other mixed media is added, accentuating both old and new metals. Some of my more unique artwork arrives from a collaboration with my husband, a commercial coppersmith.
I was formerly trained as a jeweler, and received my BFA from Maine College of Art. Along with the solid design training, equally as important, has been my work experience in the fields of education, management and various trades. I have fabricated for some of the finest jewelers along the Eastcoast, worked as an art instructor, managed the Museum School at the Fuller Museum in Brockton, MA, and created an art program for adults with developmental disabilities in RI. My artwork can be seen in many galleries as well as corporate installations and private collections throughout the United States as well as my showroom in Tiverton, RI.
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