Judi Forman's Profile
Way back in the late sixties when I was in high school - at The Putney School in Putney, VT - I was introduced to metalwork. Until then it had never occurred to me that I could take metal and make it do something at my bidding. It felt magical to me that I could make a ring that I could wear or a beautiful pendant that I could give as a gift. After Putney I continued for awhile to pursue other art media that I had learned there like printmaking and a little painting, but I did not have a place where I could do metalwork.
Eventually I married and had children and all my creative impulses and energy went into my family.
But once my kids grew up I began to reclaim the artist within. I worked with fiber and did some writing. While taking a class in Art Dollmaking at the John C. Campbell Folk School - a fabulous creative utopia in North Carolina - I was drawn to…
- Born on July 14
- Joined December 6, 2006