Renee Calder

I studied jewelry design at the Jewelry Arts Institute in NY as a goldsmith with a focus on Byzantine and Etruscan techniques, including gold granulation, classical chain-making and classical settings. Upon moving to NC, I discovered the rich and varied ceramics community with class/workshop opportunities. As I began to learn the possibilities of working with clay, I became more intrigued with incorporating textures and found objects into my work bringing to life what has been discarded or overlooked in both metal and clay.

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