Replicating Natural Forms in Metal with Everett Hoffman

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Replicating Natural Forms in Metal with Everett Hoffman

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Replicating Natural Forms in Metal:

Instructor: Everett Hoffman

Metal has the unique ability of capturing natural forms. Participants will learn how to create various natural forms like leaves, flowers, insects in copper and brass. Students will learn how to construct metal forms using techniques of hammering, sawing, roller printing, forming, riveting and soldering, and finishing. The final pieces will then be finished using oxidation and Prisma colors pencil finishing technique.

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Workshop Artist: Everett Hoffman

Everett Hoffman was born and raised in Southwest Idaho surrounded by suburbs and farming towns. He graduated with a BFA from Boise State University in 2013, and an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2018. He currently resides in Gatlinburg, TN where he is an artist in residence at Arrowmont School of Art and Craft. His current body of work examines everyday material debris reconstructed within the complex narratives of identity, gender.