Sculpture Foundry and Metalsmithing Jewelry by Rebecca Rose

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Sculpture Foundry and Metalsmithing Jewelry by Rebecca Rose.
“Early on I saw similarities between Sculpture Foundry and Metalsmithing Jewelry.

In both cases I started with an idea, and transformed that idea from concept to reality out of wax and burnable objects. In both cases I plaster coated the original, kiln fired it, melted metal, and poured it into the negative space.

I saw that sculpture and jewelry were the same, interchangeable.

The only difference between the two: one form of art is heavier, more apt to be immobile and decorative, and the other form is smaller, more apt to be mobile and functional. What was missing was a way to bridge the two. Sculpturings: objets d’arte.

I began creating Sculpturings at age 19 while attending NAU under a full tuition arts scholarship, studied with Joe Cornett Jr., and was a student supervisor under his instruction before graduating early with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2001. In 2009 at the Maitland Art Center, I also studied with Jim Hosner, and Parsons professor Paul Maltrildonno.”

http://www.rebeccarose.bigcartel.com

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