Session 1 Metals: The Goohaus

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts | Deer Isle, ME

89 Haystack School Drive
Deer Isle ME 04627
United States

Jillian Moore will share her methods for creating lush, dynamic surfaces in non-traditional materials gleaned from nearly two decades of studio research. Participants in this workshop will use slow curing epoxy resin as a jumping off point with additional time spent exploring other applications for alternative materials in the metals studio. Students are invited to conduct their own experimentation over the course of the workshop as well as bring in any samples of work in progress that they would like to troubleshoot together. All levels welcome.

Jillian Moore (she/her) is a full-time artist and some-time writer based in rural IA. Employing humor, bold color, and a laundry list of materials, her cartoonishly alien work is notable for its departure from traditional metalsmithing techniques. Moore works primarily in the field of contemporary jewelry and small sculpture, with work exhibited most recently during the ECU Symposium, New York Jewelry Week, and Munich Jewellery Week.

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