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TrevorAndersonVisualArt

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    Art, forging, fabrication.

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  1. Haha I like the reference, Dadaism is an interesting comparison. Baby rattle:
  2. Interesting, I do often re-design domestic objects. Another knitted Kevlar mask with pattern welded tiles. And here’s one to make everyone uncomfortable - again conceptual art. Think art armor. “Jockstrap”
  3. Thanks! I have family in Alpine. I’m a bit north. Supposed to get snow in the next week.
  4. I wouldn’t have made it through art school without accepting constructive criticism haha. Thanks JHCC. Here are some more pieces: This was a wearable mask. A series of “adult sized” pacifiers. Making an object of comfort out of cold materials.
  5. Hello everyone, I’m Trevor from Southern California. I’ve been forging for about 12 years. I started out with self-teaching basics then took CBA classes at the Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum in Vista, CA for about 2 years. Since then I went on to finish a BA in visual art and an MFA in Jewelry and Metal Art. I love pattern welding, and the bulk of my MFA thesis portfolio is sculptural and wearable pattern welded pieces. I forge on my rural property, with a 100lb. Trenton, Chili 2-burner forge, and 50lb Little Giant. I also enjoy fabrication and will employ a Bridgeport mill and Logan lathe into the process of my pieces. I’ll be sharing my work in this thread:
  6. Series of clothespins entitled “Remember Not To Forget.” Was lucky enough to exhibit this piece internationally in a gallery in Rome.
  7. Hello all, I used to have a login here but lost it and had to start over. I completed my MFA in Jewelry and Metal Art last year and wanted to share some of my work. I have been forging for about 12 years, and never really had a lot of luck bladesmithing but I have always had a fine art/sculpture background. I chose to forge pattern welded steel and weave Kevlar for my thesis portfolio which surrounds ideas of masculinity, trauma, sexuality and loss of empowerment. It’s generally conceptual work rather than functional. More images to follow. -Trevor
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