I finally started a new bowl today that I meant to start a lot earlier (it’s been a busy week!) There is a call for entry for a copper exhibition for next year’s SNAG conference, so I decided to try and get a new bowl made in time to apply. Yes, that means I have only a few weeks to get this done and photographed, etc. Today I was able to get the forming and some of the planishing done on the main bowl section. Once again, this will have many connected parts. Hopefully, I’ll get it done in time and they will love it! (PS David Huang, one of my metalsmithing heroes is the juror, so it’s doubly important I get this done)
Here are the photos from today’s work.
PPS – If you want to learn to sink a bowl, I’m teaching a two day workshop in the end of January at Millersville University just outside of Lancaster, PA.