Ana M. Lopez
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  • Fort Worth, TX
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Maker Moxie

I am very pleased to report that I have had a piece accepted into the Maker Moxie Exhibition which celebrates the impact of the craft school experience.My time as a resident and student at Arrowmont School of Art and Craft was formative and indispensable to the professional life I now enjoy. I was proud to submit a piece…See More
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Buy a shirt! Back by popular demand and BLACK by popular demand!

Help the UNT Metals Club attend SNAG 2017 buy purchasing a grammatically correct shirt.Available until March 21st and then gone FOREVER!https://www.bonfirefunds.com/snagbound-unt-metals-to-snag-2017See More
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Viennese Trash Pod (brooch)

This miniature replica of a public Viennese trash can is part of a series that addresses the intersection of the souvenir, identity and our understanding of 'place' through the format of jewelry. Many souvenirs have historically taken the form of…
Sep 9, 2015
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Register now to learn silver reticulation, granulation and keum-boo with me!

at The Glass Furnace outside of Istanbul Turkey from May 13-17, 2016.Come explore Silver Surfaces with me in the beautiful countryside.This course will introduce students to three techniques of surface embellishment that are made possible by the working properties of silver itself: reticulation, granulation and Keum-Boo. The compelling surface textures of reticulation and granulation and the touches of gold from keum boo may be used to enliven many…See More
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Content/s heading to Taiwan

My silver kylix, Content/s, is currently on its way to the other side of the world for the Taiwan International Metal Craft Competition at the Gold Museum in New Taipei City. It is heading there for the final screening and awards process. Sometimes I really wish I got to…See More
Apr 16, 2015
 

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Hot Fun in the Summertime

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I am very pleased to report that I have had a piece accepted into the Maker Moxie Exhibition which celebrates the impact of the craft school…

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Buy a shirt! Back by popular demand and BLACK by popular demand!

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Upcoming Exhibition

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At 7:14pm on June 5, 2010, Cappy Counard said…
Ana. It was great to get a chance to talk to you at the opening today at Luke and Eloy. I loved seeing so much of your work in person. Thank you for traveling all the way from Texas. Hope you get a bit of a break when you return home. Take care.
At 1:10pm on October 2, 2009, Kim Cridler said…
Thanks Ana,
Hope your semester is going smoothly...Nice to see you here.
At 11:47am on October 2, 2009, Natalie Macellaio said…
Hello Ana,
How are things going? How is motherhood treating you? Things are good here. I am in my last year at 500x and working on some other projects. Are you going to SNAG this year? I am going to try to go... I talked to Masumi and she said she will be apart of a few events. Hope all is well.
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At 9:47pm on September 27, 2009, Neil Clark said…
hi thanks for the good words. yes i know daniel essig's work. he is the person that taught me how to make books just this summer at the penland school of crafts.
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I teach all levels of Metalsmithing & Jewelry as well as a History of Crafts course. I am also the author of "Metalworking Through History: An Encyclopedia," Greenwood Press, 2009.
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Mixed media sculpture based on my son Ky's childhood.
Copper, earthenware, encaustic, mica, teeth, resin, patina.
10.5" x 14" x 8"

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