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Articles by Donald Friedlich
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[724] Studio Visit - Fred Fenster
With barely a square inch unoccupied, Fensters studio is tightly packed into that basement space. The setup reflects the breadth of his love affair with metal, with areas designated for spinning and other lathe work, forming, raising, fabrication, soldering, annealing, and polishing. He has a huge selection of hammers and stakes displayed on the wall. There is even a shower, in case work gets especially messy.... (2005)
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[505] Studio Visit - Metalpeople
Artist's with shared sensibilities and needs often come together to form co-operative studios in order to reduce overhead, share equipment, and develop a greater sense of community. In 1989, with these goals in mind, Paulette Werger, Lynn Whitford, and Agnes Chwae, three friends who had been in graduate school together at the University of Wisconsin-Madison metals program, formed Metalpeople in Madison. Jeweler Jim Charneski, whose background and training was in the jewelry trade, soon joined the group.... (2003)
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