Katharine Wood

Katharine Wood received her BA from Boston University. She has taught at the Newark Museum, Craft Students League, Museum of Arts and Design, Princeton University, and currently at the 92nd St Y. Her work has been published in Metalsmith and Glass on Metal magazines. Ms. Wood was a featured artist in the publications The Art of Fine Enameling, Enameling with Professionals, and Little Dreams in Glass and Metal.

Katharine has exhibited nationally and internationally and has been awarded numerous awards. Her work is in many private collections, including the permanent collections of: The Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA), The Newark Museum (NJ), The Cooper Hewitt Design Museum (NY), The Enamel Arts Foundation (CA), and the Woodrow Carpenter Foundation Enamel Museum (KY). Kathy is a founding member of Enamel Guild / North East. She is also the co-creator of the internationally used lo-tech transfer etching technique for enamelists, metalsmiths, and jewelers.

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