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Andy Cooperman

Metalsmith, educator and writer Andy Cooperman works from his Seattle studio where he builds jewelry and objects for exhibitions and commission clients. He is known for applying the craft and discipline of metalsmithing to a wide variety of materials ranging from gold to stainless steel and ping-pong balls to plastic chickens and porcupine quills. Andy has been a jeweler and metalsmith for over thirty-five years and a writer and educator for close to that.

 

Andy’s work has been exhibited widely and can be found in public and private collections as well as books and publications that include The Penland Book of Jewelry, Humor in Craft and many more. He lectures nationally and has spoken at the Society of North American Goldsmiths conference, the annual Colorado Metalsmithing Association conference, the Yuma Arts Symposium and as keynote speaker for both the International Society of Glass Bead Makers and the East Carolina University Symposium.

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