About Lynda
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Lynda Metcalfe began blacksmithing and designing architectural ironwork during her undergraduate degree gaining a BA(Hons) 3D-Design (Metals) at the West Surrey College of Art & Design in England. After graduating in ‘92 she apprenticed with  an architectural blacksmith in England and worked on a variety of large scale projects.


Lynda was the metals artist-in-residence at the Appalachian Center for Crafts in Tennessee in 2000/2001, has taught blacksmithing at the John C Campbell Folk School and the Appalachian Center for Crafts and demonstrated for state and local blacksmithing groups.  Since 2001, Lynda has worked from the shop in Brasstown she shares with Elmer Roush.

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Lynda Metcalfe began her interest in ‘metal stuff’ assisting her father in the repair and maintenance of her cars & motorcycles as a teenager and progressed to her undergraduate degree in 3D Design Specialising in Metals from the then West Surrey College of Art & Design in England (now part of the Surrey Institute). The course offers a broad based design and making education in hand-crafted metal objects at various scales (jewelry to architectural ironwork) and using a variety of processes & methods (fabrication/sand casting/machined work).


After graduating Lynda spent most of her creative time working on forged steel projects and turned to working at a smaller scale after assisting a Mokume Gane workshop run by Bob Coogan at Appalachian Center for Crafts in 2001.  It sparked a keen interest and became the focus of jewelry explorations.  Lynda currently splits her time between making ironwork to commission and jewelry that is carried at local galleries.



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