Upcoming Workshops 2019
Keum-BOOM! Make Your Jewelry POP!
July 5-7, 2019: Cookeville, TN
Appalachian Center for Craft at Tennessee Tech
Explore Keum-Boo – the seemingly magical process of applying 24k gold permanently to silver. Learn to add this “touch of gold” to silver and copper jewelry pieces. Create pieces for Keum-Boo while investigating special fabrication techniques including hydraulic forming, roller embossing and depletion gilding.
Recently Closed Exhibitions
ALCHEMY4: January 21st- April 29th 2018
Alchemy4, sponsored by The Enamelist Society, featured the work of 98 artists chosen for the 16th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition and the 12th International Juried Student Enamel Exhibition. The exhibition featured some of the most prominent enamelists working today and highlighted enameling techniques and innovations within the field, while also featuring work by students from accredited degree programs throughout the world.
The Metal Museum
Gasparrini & Keeler Galleries
Handcrafted 2018 Juried Exhibition: January 26th- May 13th 2018
Juried by Will Hinton. The Handcrafted Juried Exhibition featured artists from around the nation specializing in craft media including: clay, metal, wood, fiber, stone, paper, glass, and more.
Maria V Howard Imperial Arts Center
Rocky Mount NC
By Hand: An International Fine Crafts Biennial: January 19th – March 3rd 2018
Juried by Brigitte Martin, By Hand is an international biennial fine craft competition. Hand items include everything from furniture, elegant vases and jewelry to wall hangings, pottery and sculpture made by hand from glass, wood, metal and fiber.
Blue Line Arts
UNT Metalsmithing & Jewelry, Lineages: February 9th – March 16th 2018
The exhibition featured the work of metalsmithing and jewelry graduate students in the College of Visual Arts and Design program at the University of North Texas next to the pieces of the mentors. Invitation as mentor by faculty member Sarah Loch-Test
UNT on the Square
Vitreous Voices: The Enamel Traditions of East Carolina University
Wellington B. Gray Gallery, Greenville NC
January 5th- 25th 2018
A Juried Exhibition Curated by Robert Ebendorf and Barbara McFadyen
Exhibition Catalog by designed and produced by Barbara McFadyen available for $20. mailto:Bnmcfadyen@gmail.com
Vitreous Voices honors the tradition of enameling at East Carolina University as it recognizes its leaders and those who have carried this tradition forward; featuring 70 diverse works in enamel by 23 alumni and 5 professors.
Exhibition catalog available for purchase for $20. Please contact Barbara if you would like a copy.