This blog is intended for UWM students enrolled in Assistant Professor Frankie Flood Advanced Jewelry & Metalsmithing courses in the Jewelry & Metalsmithing area. In this course students will investigate the role of the one of kind object in a society dominated by mass produced objects and the signi´Čücance of being a maker in contemporary society who works within the craft medium of metal.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

hammer time



It's time to start thinking about making your hammer. You should be working on this any chance you get, so you don't have to save this until the end of the semester. Here are some images hammers that I drew in my sketchbook and that I am planning on making. Remember, you are free to make as many hammers as you would like, think about your hammer(s) being a one of a kind object that represents you or your ideas in some manner. We will be displaying these in the annual Metals exhibition.

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