repousse-chasing

Repousse workshop for Colorado in June

Repousse & Chasing

I have been busy preparing for upcoming workshops. Last month I taught a three day repousse workshop for a small group in Scottdale, AZ. This month I am teaching forging to a small group here in Tucson. In June I have been asked to teach a 4 day repousse workshop in the mountains near south east of Denver. We will be making tools and faces. I will also demonstrate the Japanese high relief work known as Uchidashi. I can get the full details once the dates and information is confirmed and post it if folks are interested.


silver-cooper icon Nativity

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silver-cooper icon Nativity

chased belt buckle silver 925 with letters 24k

Picture of a belt buckle I´m finishing


Chased belt buckle silver 925 with letter 24k

Chased belt buckle silver 925 with letter 24k

One picture of a belt buckle I´m finishing


Classes at the Worcester Center for Crafts

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Session IV starts next week and there is still time to sign up for classes.

http://www.worcestercraftcenter.org/


chassing alluminum mask

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next week I am going to chasse a mask out of alluminum sheet. tomorow Ill finsish my design model in clay(I actualy made a clay cast of my head for this model).
problem is I never realy worked alluminum before. I bought a sheet of 2 mm alluminum(guy didn't knew what alloy -_-). it seems to have good plastic ability. I think I can hammer it. what I need is advice on the following:


I´m new on this forum

Hello, I´m new on this forum. My name is René Bluhm, and I´m a german chaser/silversmith living in Buenos Aires/Argentina. Other works can be seen on my website www.landsmann.com.ar


close up

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close up

and...a close up


my entrance piece for "bowl of humen delights" exhib: liquid pasion

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my entrance piece for "bowl of humen delights" exhib: liquid pasion

this is my entrance piece for the exhipition I talkt earlier about. the hole piece has been forged, raised and chased out of a single billet of mokume. metals are silver copper and brass
piece is 28 cm in diameter and about 17 cm high. general shape whas inspiren on a drop of water falling and bounching back


Kiss

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Kiss

Did this one when I was first studying sculpture. I was training as a stone carver at the time and it would be some years before I really investigated metal work. Just goes to show you that sometimes a body work presents itself long before you are ready to see it.


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