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JOHN TZELEPIS "Boxes and Hinges" 2 DAY WORKSHOP

  • 07 Jan 2017
  • 9:00 AM
  • 08 Jan 2017
  • 5:00 PM
  • Milkweed Arts, 1920 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix AZ 85015
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Boxes and Hinges

Learn how to make wearable and/or sculptural containers. Techniques covered will include soldering a frame construction and complex scoring and folding. Finish off your pieces by learning how

to make hinges [movable parts] and/or cold connecting alternate materials with rivets. 

BIO:

John Tzelepis has been dedicated to the art of jewelry and metals for more than fifteen years. He received his undergraduate degree in Jewelry and Metals from Skidmore College and his Master of Fine Arts in Metals from Arizona State University. His work has been exhibited in numerous national exhibitions, most recently at Emergency Arts in Chelsea, New York City and the Palm Springs Art Museum, Jorgensen Gallery, California, where he has won several awards. His sculpture and jewelry can be seen in several publications including 500 Necklaces, 500 Metal Vessels, and The Art of Jewelry: Wood. He has also contributed to several project-oriented books including 30-Minute Necklaces, 30-Minute Rings, and 30-Minute Bracelets. Inspired by architecture, while exploring the concept of artist as engineer or constructor, he fabricates his sculptural work with mathematical precision and proportion to investigate line, form, balance, and tension created by the physical effects of gravity and magnetism. Energizing negative space and activating kinetic possibility, the play of gravity and magnetism converge in points of dynamic tension, fusing physics with architecture.   

SKILL LEVEL:  Intermediate and above

WORKSHOP FEES: $225 ADC member/$250 non member.

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