Join Paulette Werger and Roger Goldenberg in a demonstration of steel and metalwork. They will show techniques in manipulating, bending and twisting steel to create sculpture and jewelry. The program will be live from the Bente Torjusen West Sculptural Studies Building and will feature a studio tour and a sneak peak of the AVA Open House happening December 3, 11:00 – 4:00PM.
Paulette Werger is a metalsmith and jewelry maker living in New Hampshire. Her work often pulls from forms and patterns found in plant life and botanical structures. She received her B.S. in painting and sculpture from the College of Saint Rose and Skidmore College in NY, and her M.F.A. in Art Metal from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Paulette exhibits and sells her work both nationally and internationally, and teaches workshops in jewelry making and metalsmithing.
Roger Goldenberg is a sculptor, painter and educator. He attended the University of New Hampshire where he earned a BS in Geology and participated in two expeditions to Antarctica. Roger returned to UNH to earn his BFA and later his MFA at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Goldenberg’s practice is multi-disciplinary, and often fuses painting and sculpture in his work. His practice ranges from painting assemblage, monotype and kinetic sculpture.