Artist Bio: Betsy Lehndorff

February 28, 2017

Living in northern Michigan can have a unique impact on how one relates to and stays in touch with the world. For Betsy Lehndorff, this form of “isolation” has influenced the way she creates her artwork, and learns and develops new techniques. As a jeweler as well as a journalist, Betsy often approaches her work […]

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Artist Bio: Peter Evonuk

January 27, 2017

Peter Evonuk’s approach to metal is one of utilitarianism and reinvention. His source materials are often products designed for basic societal needs (lamps, teapots, etc) and he repurposes their form and intention to create a new compositional framework for his creations. His methods span a broad range of techniques in metal including raising and forming, […]

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Artist Bio: Cynthia Eid

January 6, 2017

If you know Cynthia Eid from taking a class with here at Metalwerx, you know that she is an amazing metalsmith and educator, offering a wealth of knowledge with a warm and familial, casual tone that will make you feel right at home. Cindy has been a part of Metalwerx since the very beginning. She […]

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Artist Bio: William Vanaria

November 4, 2016

Old World Meets Irony by Joan Dusoe Growing up, Will always had a drive to create and make things, but says that he wasn’t that all that good with the typical mediums which are found in most art classrooms. He never had much luck translating the 3D world into 2D drawings or paintings, and couldn’t […]

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Artist Bio: Joe Montroy

May 20, 2016

Here at Metalwerx, we are excited to offer a class that is a little bit different than any that we have ever offered before. This June 18th and 19th, learn to work with a new medium in Stone Carving with Joe Montroy. Joe is a sculptor and Art Educator, who works in various sculptural media, […]

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Artist Spotlight: Donna D’Aquino

May 20, 2016

Metalwerx is excited to offer our first class with this renowned jeweler and sculptor. D’Aquino has been featured in Metalsmith magazine and  Vogue Italia. She is recognized for both her steadfast business prowess and her provocative wire sketches that adorn the human body and the spaces they occupy. Spend time with this entrepreneur, art educator and maker learning her whimsical techniques […]

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Artist Bio: Kelly Conroy

May 20, 2016

For those of you who have taken a class with Kelly Conroy, you already know why we love her so much. Here is an opportunity for the rest of you to learn a little about what makes this natural-born teacher a favorite, here at Metalwerx. Working late in the Metalwerx office is a joy on […]

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Artist Bio: David Baird 

May 20, 2016

If you’ve been taking classes at Metalwerx, you have certainly heard of David Baird. Take a closer look at this wealth of knowledge and natural born problem-solver. Even if you have never taken a class with David Baird, you have probably seen him while you were here at Metalwerx. As our friend, neighbor and longtime […]

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Artist Bio: Lindsay Mis 

May 20, 2016

Take a Closer Look at Instructor and Friend to Metalwerx, Lindsay Mis As the newly appointed CraftBoston Director at the Society of Arts and Crafts, Lindsay Mis just finished up her first CraftBoston: Holiday. Soon she will be back at  Metalwerx, teaching a workshop on Cold Connections in February. Lindsay received her MFA from UMASS at Dartmouth in 2013, […]

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Student Spotlight: Meet Mike Moretti

December 8, 2015

Metalwerx students often share with us how this school has impacted their lives. It’s a story that we never tire of hearing, and one that we are so grateful for. Perhaps the greatest aspect of the experience that keeps students engaged is the sense of community that they feel here, which couldn’t exist were it […]

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