Pewter Casting II

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Taught by Nikki Romanello

Nikki Romanello was born and raised in Texas. As a kid she spent free time observing and collecting natural artifacts. In high school she was accepted into a four year AP art program. During her first year of college, she worked in a natural science lab where she gained experience with several scientific processes including; lab prep, dissection, and plant cultivation. She received her BFA in Interdisciplinary Sculpture and a Concentration in Photography at Maryland Institute of College of Art in Baltimore. During her last two years of undergrad she devoted herself to metal sculpture. After graduating, she experienced a variety job opportunities and built a sculpture studio. Her work experience includes the Baltimore Museum of Art, Harris Rubin, New Arts Foundry, and volunteering at the University of Maryland Iron Pour. She graduated with an MFA in Studio Art, majoring in Sculpture from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. She worked as a metal department teaching assistant and metal shop technician during her MFA. After graduating she worked for Will Ryman, Robert Lazzarini, and 3rd Ward. She also participated in a one year artist residency at Hot Wood Art Center in Brooklyn and had a solo BioArt show at the University Science Center in Philadelphia. Currently, she is researching various science disciplines, exhibiting bioart, working as a TIG welder for Token NYC, and teaching at Brooklyn Brainery.

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In this two-day workshop, you'll learn how to make reusable, high temperature, silicone molds for metal casting.

On the first day we'll make the mold, and on the second day we'll pour the molds, creating pewter casts of your objects. This class is suitable for beginners and those with more experience, and it's a great addition to our Pewter Casting I class.

Bring a small object you'd like to see in metal, and turn your kitchen into a foundry! 

Please note this course meets in 2 sessions: Saturday, May 20 from 2:30-5:30pm and the following morning, Sunday, May 21 10am-1pm. You must attend both sessions. 



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