This tea set was made with sheet steel that has been manipulated by welded seems and the hot inflation process. The inside is enameled and the handles are copper riveted on.
This small serving plate is made from steel sheet with an enameled interior. 6.5"x5.25"x2"
These cups and bowls are handmade out of steel and enamel. Created through the steel inflation process.
mild steel, enamel
Wire Bowl Forms
These wire forms are made from 16g steel wire. They are formed by hand and welded. These forms represent sketches and form studies for future sheet steel bowls.
These plates are mild steel sheet metal with an enameled top surface. Each plate is formed from flat sheet and enameled with liquid enamel. Designs vary and include techniques such as sgraffito and tape resist. Made in collaboration with Eleanor Anderson.
This rolling pin is made with brass metal and walnut wood. The walnut is shaped on a wood lathe, shaping, sanding and drilling center. The handles and hanging bracket are made from brass. Techniques used to manipulate brass include forging, machining and threading.
Trapezoid table made with a cast concrete top, turned walnut legs, and brass joinery details.
Hand forged and filed steel silverware, fully fuctional.
blackened and oiled finish
These spoons are hand forged from various materials with a filed smooth finish.