Assistant Professor and Program Head of Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM
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- Phone: 215-777-9129
- Office: Tyler 220
- Website: www.dougbucci.com
Doug Bucci is an artist and educator in the field of jewelry whose work utilizes digital processes to explore and display biological systems and the effect of disease on the body. Computer aided technologies allow Bucci to view and simulate not only data but patterns and cell forms, which can be transformed into meaningful, personal and wearable art. Bucci views his digital process as one that allows for a creative freedom unfound in traditional handmade methods.
His work is in the collections of the Windsor Castle, Berkshire, London; the Philadelphia Museum of Art;...
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Associate Professor of Instruction
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- Phone: 908-310-5471
- Office: Tyler 220E
Mallory Weston is an artist whose work involves a marriage between traditional jewelry and metalworking and textile techniques to create large-scale wearable pieces. Her work was most recently featured in the solo exhibitions KNOCK OFF at Platina Galerie in Stockholm and Of Ophidia at Sienna Patti Contemporary in Massachusetts.
Weston is an engaged participant in the global art jewelry community, regularly participating in group exhibitions both nationally and internationally and collaborating with other makers and artistic platforms.
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- Website: www.fairwindsjewelry.com
Barb Baur is a maker, artist and educator whose jewelry work is created using traditional techniques combined with modern fabrication tools. An experienced sailor, Baur’s artwork is inspired by patterns of wind and water with the forms of sailing vessels creating work that whimsically interacts with the body.
MFA, Tyler School of Art and Architecture
BFA, Tyler School of Art and Architecture
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- Website: www.dandreaconcretedesigns.com
Domenic D’Andrea is a craftsperson and educator in the fields of jewelry, sculpture and ceramics. His work utilizes digital processes and hand-fabricating techniques that blend commercial concrete construction and fine art and craft in an attempt to create a more intimate interaction with a material that has helped drive modernization, concrete.
MFA, Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University
BFA, Arcadia University
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Stanley Lechtzin founded Tyler's Jewelry and Metals program in 1962. He is also a founding member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths. In 2009, he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of North American Goldsmiths. He was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Crafts Council in 1992 and was the recipient of Temple University's Great Teacher Award in 1989.
His work can be found in numerous permanent collections including the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design; the Detroit Institute of Arts; Goldsmiths' Hall in London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Donna Schneier Collection"; The National Museum of American Art; and The Philadelphia Museum of Art, among many others.
MFA, Cranbook Academy of Art
BFA, Wayne State University
Vickie Lee Sedman
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- Office: Suite 202 Tyler
- Website: www.vickie-sedman.com
Vickie Sedman has taught at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University since 1974. She received a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship Award and a NEA Craftsmen's Fellowship. She has shown both nationally and internationally and is included in the collections at the Columbus Museum of Fine Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
MFA University of Wisconsin
BFA Wayne State University