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Sculptural Utensils

In this virtual course students will use forging and chasing techniques to develop complex, sculptural, and functional utensils. In the process, students will learn how to develop patterns for forging, make their own chisels, and interweave silversmithing and blacksmithing processes. Special focus will be placed on applying chasing and repoussé techniques to solid forms.

For more information about virtual courses, visit our Virtual Course FAQ page. 

Please read the Materials & Tools tab! 

Meet the instructor

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Logan Woodle is an assistant professor in the department of visual arts at Coastal Carolina Univeristy. Logan is a silversmith and educator who lives on his family farm in Conway, S.C. He earned a B.F.A. in sculpture from Winthrop University in 2009 and an M.F.A. in Jewelry and Metalsmithing from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2012.

Visit www.loganwoodle.com to view Logan's work. 

Materials & Tools

The following supplies will be used for course demonstrations and objectives. A suggested item and/or vendor has been provided below for reference. Click the vendor name (in red) to be redirected to a page where you can find the item. The quantities needed for each item are listed first. If ordering, please be aware that some items may come in larger quantities than needed for this class. We recommend not opening an item's packaging until the day of the workshop. Student participation during or in-between class sessions is strongly encouraged but not required - observers are welcome.

Metal/raw materials:

  • 6" x square copper bar - 1/2" (McMaster)
  • 1 x steel sheet (Lowes)

Hand tools:

Torch setup:

Other/miscellaneous items: 

  • hard work surface
  • fan and open window - or ventilation system
  • safety glasses 
  • ear protection
  • pencil, Sharpie, notebook
  • rags/towels
  • acetone / nail polish remover

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