Metalink - Charity Hall "Bug Jewelry: Incorporating Insect Specimens and Parts"

  • 16 Jan 2010
  • 1:00 PM - 2:29 PM
  • Randolph Center Arts & Crafts Bldg#4 Jewelry Studio, 200 S Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85711
Charity Hall is interested in the relationships between art and science and uses a variety of entomological and botanical imagery in her work. She teaches Metalwork and Jewelry classes at Pima Community College and Tucson Parks and Recreation.
Charity will discuss the process she takes making "Bug Jewelry" - the incorporation of insect specimens and insect parts in her art jewelry.

Charity Hall received her MFA in Metal Design from East Carolina University. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Colorado College and worked as a botanist and researcher in the southwestern United States before pursuing metalworking full time.
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500 Enameled Objects
The new Lark book, 500 Enameled Objects, will be available in bookstores in the Spring of 2009. Charity Hall's belt buckle, Papillon d'amour, (shown on her homepage) will be featured in the book.
Here are a few of her works. Visit her website for more
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