Category Archives: STUDENT WORK

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Why I teach.

Jane's Notes for Blog

This thank you note surfaced in my papers this week.

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a mini sculpture and a former student

I met a former student of mine who is an artist in many ways. His name is Brian and he came up with a miniature sterling sculpture. He came to Werkstatt with his concept drawn on a pizza box and a cube hamatite. We reconstructed the sketch in sterling. It’s a silver landscape with a four leg holder for his hamatite. Pretty cool to see him again. He also works on large scale projects for for the well known Vermont sculptor David Strohmeyer. Here is a picture of what he created.

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This is the link to David’s site.
http://www.davidstromeyer.com/outdoor-sculpture.html

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First Ring Ever

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Recent 8th graduate Willa really loved making this ring.

“Watching silver flow is really cool. I now have a lot of ideas about other pieces I could create as well.  I want to work more on this. My idea is to put four more silver beads on in the ring in varying sizes to represent my family.”

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