Talking with David Huang #130

Talking with David Huang #130

Today I talk with David Huang, an artist and metalsmith who creates luminous metal vessels. I find myself wishing I could crawl inside anyone of them for a meditative time out! Awe inspiring!

Also today, I celebrate the beginning of year number 5 of CRAFTCAST. My first show was March 14th, 2006, and I interviewed Cathie Filian from Creative Juice. She was just getting ready to launch her show and 4 years later we are both still crafting away.

A big, big hug to everyone who has read my blog, listened to the show, and shared their comments. (I could get really mushy here…)

I look forward to lots more internet adventures together!

Guest: 

The vast bulk of my professional work as an artist metalsmith is the creation of decorative vessels. In my mind they divide up into 3 main categories. The first is what I just think of as vessels. These are the majority of what I do and encompass a fairly wide range of forms. Next are the teapots, a form artists have enjoyed playing with for ages. Finally there are what I call my figurative lidded vessels. As the name implies the lids of these have been shaped into the human form.

Episode #130
Episode Notes: 

Books
Michael DeMeng / Dusty Diablos
Rebecca Kemp Bren / RedWork

Music
Beth Thornley / There’s No Way

Movies
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