Cabin Fever Reliever XVII
Wearables In Wood:
January 16-19, 2017
Using a combination of machines and hand tools come make a suite of wooden jewelry forms. We will make pendants, brooches and bracelets from wood and paint. We will explore combing form, color and function to create unique one of a kind jewelry forms.
Experienced Beginner Level
Kim is a studio artist and educator from Tennessee. She is a lifelong manipulator of materials but chooses to work primarily in wood. She earned her BFA in ceramics and her MFA in furniture design. She is an Associate Professor at Art at Tennessee Tech. University. Her work has been exhibited extensively including SOFA Chicago, Architectural Home Design Show NYC and Wanted Design and Crafts in Boston. Kim has been selected for several Windgate Fellowship residencies and has taught at Anderson Ranch Art Center, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Center for Furniture Craftsmanship and the Appalachian Center for Craft.