TEDD McDONAH - "Mokume-Gane" Resident Artist Lecture

  • 20 Nov 2009
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • ASU tempe Campus, School of Art Building, Contact: Becky McDonah (becky.mcdonah@asu.edu)

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Retrospective presentation of Tedd McDonah's work

TRM Moke-a-bou with pearls small.jpgBIO: Tedd earned a BS in Art. from University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse in 1996. He has been practicing the mokume-gane process since 1994. Then he received an MFA in 2001 from Arizona State University. Tedd has taught at Wayne State University (Detroit, MI); University of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio); Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, Ohio); Toledo Museum of Art School of Art & Design ( Toledo, Ohio); Pima Community College (Tucson, AZ) and currently is adjunct faculty at ASU where he teaches both jewelry and blacksmithing classes, as well as a class solely dedicated to laminated, patterned metals, a manifestation of the mokume-gane process deemed the most logical for his studio/working habits.

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