Metalsmith, educator and writer Andy Cooperman works from his Seattle studio where he builds jewelry and objects (from metal, wood, glass, quills and ping pong balls) for exhibitions and private clients. His work and writing has appeared in blogs, magazines and books, including Humor in Craft, Art Jewelry Today (I, II & III) and The Penland Book of Jewelry and is in private and public collections such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Central College in Pella Iowa, and the Tacoma Art Museum.
As a teacher, Andy’s goal is to help students develop the creative problem-solving tools that will allow them to see beyond standard solutions and open new doors onto the creative process. He teaches and lectures nationally at conferences and at craft schools, art centers, universities and private studios and is available as a visiting artist, curator and creative pot stirrer.
Denver School of Jewelry Arts
Clear Creek Business Center 6810 N. Broadway Unit L Denver, CO 80221 (303) 997-9846