On the blog

  •   We sat down with artist, maker, and Metalwerx instructor Paulette Werger to talk about the origins of her interest in metalsmithing, her career in teaching, and how she keeps things fresh in the studio. What was your first introduction to Jewelry and Metals? When did you know that you wanted to be a metalsmith? […]
  • A day in the life of Victoria Lansford is multifaceted to say the least- it is a masterful balancing act, consisting of business work, writing for one of her many books or blogs, creating instructional videos, and most importantly creating stunning work in metal.   For those of you that are not acquainted with Victoria’s […]
  • Over, under, over, under, over, under…. music quietly running threw her head phones. All you can hear is the sound of metal wires lightly brushing against each other. The level of concentrations is palpable as Sharon’s fingers carefully bend and manipulate the metal wires of the woven pod she is sculpting. It is a process […]
  • This fall Metalwerx celebrated it’s 20th year anniversary! Over the past two decades Metalwerx has evolved from a small in-studio classroom to the hustle and bustling nationwide know school for jewelry and metal arts.  So how did Metalwerx manifest into the school it is today?  The answer is pretty simple, it’s because of you!  Students, […]
  • On Wednesday November 22, 12 artists assembled in the Metalwerx studio to complete a project in the spirit of giving and of gratitude. The task was to complete 15 gold wedding bands for a group of women who live in Haiti and are to be married in December 2017, but do not have the resources […]
  • Our Friends of Metalwerx Scholarship program provides opportunities that enable qualified students to attend metalsmithing and jewelry making classes and workshops at a reduced cost. This program has seen immense growth in the past year thanks to the generosity of individual donors and the Waltham Cultural Council in 2017, and our organization is looking to […]
  • Metalwerx Marketplace 2017 offers a diverse group of merchants and service providers catering to jewelers, metalsmiths and makers.  The 3-day event features a special opening celebration on Friday evening, followed by two full days to shop, stock up on all the products you need, find new resources, and attend informative lectures and demonstrations in our […]
  • Laura Wood was first introduced to jewelry as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia where she graduated with a BFA in Jewelry and Metalsmithing. From there, she studied at East Carolina University earning an MFA in Metal Design. During her time at ECU, Laura was the founding voice of the annual ECU Symposium, a […]
  • Sessin Durgham was introduced to jewelry making in his sophomore year in high school, by a teacher who taught their students strict basic silversmithing. Metal techniques came easy to him and he continued to expand his skills and knowledge in college and received a BFA in Jewelry and Metalsmithing.  By the 1980’s Sessin was graduated […]
  • Jeanie Pratt describes her jewelry-making journey as a blend of self-directed and self-taught. Throughout her career as an artist, her medium has taken different forms but her passion for discovery and learning has been a constant. After graduating from the University of Arizona with degrees in Entomology and Botany, with a minor in art, she […]

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