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Douglas Wiltshire: Cocooning

August 17 - August 22

Free
Animal hair and shards of glass are fixed onto a wide bracelet, which sits on white textured fabric.

Douglas Wiltshire’s thesis exhibition, Cocooning, gleans vessels of death through jewelry, sculpture, and found objects in order to understand how spirit inhabits inert material.

Douglas Wiltshire is an artist, teacher, and student of the arts. He has over thirty years experience as a goldsmith and over the last five years has found a passion for sculpture. Douglas is a custom jeweler, teacher of jewelry casting and process at the Craft Center at the University of Oregon, and the sculpture technician at Lane Community College.

http://douglasmwiltshire.com/

This exhibition is part of PNCA’s Low-Residency in Visual Studies summer exhibition series, some rites from a spring reckoning. See the full series details.

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Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible
Diversity
None
Event Type
Gallery, Visual Art
Visitor Info
Open

Venue

Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)
511 NW Broadway
Portland, OR 97209 United States
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