After a great feature in the Houston Chronicle last month and the jewelry she displayed at our Martini Madness! Kickoff Party at ROAK, metalsmith and mixed-media artist, Kristi Rae Wilson, has been very busy. Recently, we caught her carefully soldering an armature for the piece pictured below.
|Kristi Rae Wilson working in her studio at HCCC.|
|Kristi Rae Wilson soldering silver. Part of Kristi Rae Wilson’s studio at HCCC.|
|The soldered armatures above are attached to the pink piece in the middle.|
Ceramic artists, Marcia Erickson and Jamie Diaz, have been with us for just a couple of months, but they have jumped on board quickly and are busy making martini glasses for our upcoming Martini Madness! 10th Birthday Bash on September 22! Marcia told us she has been implementing new patterns and colorful glazes into her work, and every time we walk by Jamie’s studio, she’s working on the wheel!
|Ceramic artist Marcia Erickson
in her studio at HCCC,|
showing us her handmade martini glasses.
Look at the colors and textures!
Jamie Diaz in her studio at HCCC, working on the wheel…
|Jamie Diaz making martini glasses for Martini Madness!|
We’re looking forward to seeing the finished pieces!
We found metalsmith and jewelry designer, Lisa Wilson, working on one of her latest pieces outside, in the Craft Garden.
|Lisa Wilson finishing up a commissioned piece made of copper.|
Jessica Dupuis has been working on a new piece for this fall’s Artist Hall show, In Residence 2010, in which 2010 artists-in-residence will display new works. Join us on September 30 for the opening reception, where you’ll see all of our new fall exhibitions, including Beyond Useful and Beautiful: Rethinking Domestic Craft and Soundforge.
|Jessica Dupuis working on her latest piece.|
To learn more about our current Artists-in-Residence and the AIR Program, click here. To find out more about our Martini Madness! 10th Birthday Bash, follow this link.
All photos courtesy of HCCC.