Katie Schutte
  • Akron, OH
  • United States
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Katie Schutte

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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
Akron, Ohio, USA
Place of Work ? Example: Studio, College, Gallery, Museum, ...)
I am a .... Example: Student, Maker, Educator, etc.
Artist, Metalsmith, Jeweler, Crocheter, Catlady
Your website, DIRECT flickr or DIRECT facebook links where your work can be seen.
What media do you work with?
crochet, textiles, metal, powder coat, enamel, glass, wire

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Reconstructing Our Second Skin: Gender in Contemporary Jewelry

In this crafthaus blog, I explore the intersection between gender and jewelry with a three-prong approach: interviewing artists who do not shy away from words like “gender issues,” “feminism,” and “sex”; analyzing the work of said artists and the reach of their work via questionnaires; and reinvigorating conversation about gender in jewelry by putting together an online exhibition.See More
May 1

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At 1:12pm on April 17, 2011, alice simpson said…
Beautiful work!
At 8:36pm on December 12, 2010, Loretta Faveri said…

Thanks Katie.  I scanned one of my grandmother's doilies into Photoshop, manipulated and deconstructed it slightly and then used the final image to create a screen print.


At 12:51pm on December 8, 2010, Ann Davis said…
Thanks! The shard is pate de verre, ground leaded glass and finely ground (by me:)) glass enamel colorants, based on an old Minoan vase. It's attached to a PMC back plate made with a polymer plate impressing Minoan letters. Fun stuff.
At 2:37pm on December 7, 2010, Jessica Beels said…
Lovely vessel! The way you intersect the crochet and enamel work is just beautiful. Congrats!
At 1:52pm on December 7, 2010, Ann Davis said…
Amazing work!!!!
At 1:32pm on December 2, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
First off: Congratulations on getting into this Enamel Award !! Which piece did you enter ?

"Got into the First International Bagués-Masriera Enamel Award, show is up until Jan 15th in Barcelona, Spain."

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Cheerful wall in Digbeth, Birmingham.I started off this week with a visit to Digbeth to deliver some of the work for "…See More
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Brigitte Martin replied to Liz Steiner's discussion Halstead Design Challenge in the group SNAG
"That's perfect, Lieta! Love your international  outlook. You are so right, 10 years ago, none of this could have happened this quickly and on this scale. Enjoy, let us know how you're coming along."
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Lieta Marziali replied to Liz Steiner's discussion Halstead Design Challenge in the group SNAG
"Hi! I managed to get one this year, mainly because I practically got there within the first few hours of it going on sale (despite the time difference here in the UK!). It's going to be my first Halstead challenge but the project fits very much…"
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Brigitte Martin replied to Liz Steiner's discussion Halstead Design Challenge in the group SNAG
"Hello Adriane, Very good to hear about your being prompted to use materials you wouldn't otherwise. That's another valid good point for people to consider: breaking out of your trot, trying something new often changes how we look at our…"
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What happens when professional craft artists are allowed to let loose when they get to explore their mischievous and irreverent sides? Find out in this groundbreaking book, which, for the very first time, reveals an entirely different side of serious craft. Hundreds of images and essays from all over the world allow you to gain insight into the creative minds of contemporary artists like never before.

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