Hung Up – Daniel Randall

2022 | 30" x 2" x 5" | Steel, Wrought Iron

My artistic influences and intentions are not fixed points, they evolve as my perspective changes through life experiences. The act of seeing is essential. I practice being open to influences, able to notice them wherever they present themselves. In this way the outcome of my creative activities evolves as my understanding of the world evolves. I tend to work in series, each developed from an initial observation or idea and expounded upon through ideation and drawing in combination with material practice.

Daniel Randall

Dan Randall discovered metalworking at the age of fifteen. His initial interest led him to study goldsmithing, silversmithing and blacksmithing, all of which he continues to practice today. Dan received his BFA from the School for American Crafts and MFA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Previous university teaching appointments include Foreign Visiting Professor at Sungshin Women’s University, Seoul National University of Science and Technology and lecturer at Seoul National University, Hongik University and Dongduk Women’s University in Seoul, South Korea. He is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Art Craft and Design at Tennessee Tech University and oversees the Metalsmithing and Blacksmithing Concentration located at the Appalachian Center for Craft.

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