2023 Midwest Metalsmiths
A R T S H O W
October 13 & 14, 2023 at
First Congregational Church
10 W Lockwood Ave, Webster Groves, MO 63119
Call for Member sign up March 1st at 9 a.m.
Deborrah Daher and Lanie Kodner all masked up and ready for the day on October 15, 2021 Midwest Metalsmiths Art Show.
Yugo Suge and Allison Norfleet-Bruenger fooling around before the show started.
Kelly Miller showing off a selection of rings that she was showing at the 2021 Art Show.
A live video shot by Genevieve Flynn at the 2021 Midwest Metalsmiths Art Show.
The Artist in the Midwest Metalsmiths Art Show 2021.
Nina Potts showing off her extraordinary jewelry creations.
Catherine Geyer making a sale.
Kelly Miller and her students learning what's what about doing an Art Show. MM donated their table so they could have this learning experience. d Ave, Webster Groves, MO
Lisa Koenig's view of the show from her table.
Midwest Metalsmiths Art Show Post Cards for 2021.
AUGUST 2022 - MEMBER'S WORK, CURRENT & IN PROGRESS
A good showing of members with inventive work at our August meeting. Metal artists brought out their recent or work in progress for a great discussion.
Table full of facinating work by MM members.
Jan Barrett's Chainwork
Photos worked for showing recent work.
July 16, 2022
3202 Morganford Road
St. Louis, MO, 63116
JULY SHOP/STUDIO TOUR
Leia, Linda and Rosemary exchange trade secrets.
Christiane and Leia giving tour.
Elegant retail display.
Shop/Studio of Christiane Danna and Leia Zumbro
Metalsmith Tool Worship
The members of Midwest Metalsmiths met up recently at Christiane Danna and Leia Zumbro's retail space and studio. They have created a bright and spacious workspace and a beautiful space for shopping. We enjoyed every minute during our visit. Thank you, Leia and Christiane.
ANNUAL PICNIC IN JUNE
June 11, 2022 was a beautiful day for a picnic at Oak Knoll Park in St. Louis.
Great group and great day in the park!
March 12, 2022 General Meeting
Catherine Geyer finally got to lead her first in person meeting of Midwest Metalsmiths after becoming President two years ago. We still had masks and were doing our best to social distance. It was so good to be together and at least look each other in the eye. After the meeting there was some swapping going on with gem stones and tools being sold and antique jewelry being given away.
Members digging through antique jewelry.
Planning the next MM Art Show.
Selecting gem stones for the next project.
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A wide selection of wire and tubing sizes is a must in a busy metalsmithing studio.
Soldering is an essential skill set for a metalsmith.
An enamel artist slides pieces into a kiln to be fired. The metal has glass powder sifted onto it and the firing is from 1400 to 1500 degrees.