Emily Budd

Emily Budd
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Emily uses casting processes to explore the meaning of objects, time and location. Her bronze sculptures utilize the ancient lost-wax bronze casting process to document the invention of forms by the artist.  While breaking the boundaries of identification and classification in order to explore a separated difference, these sculptures hold fast to the concepts of miniaturization, complexity and duration.

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About My Work:

I am attracted to casting processes because it represents a journey that the artwork travels through.  I regard this process as symbolical of reform and social change. In the end the final piece is the documentation of that journey, and questions status quo dualisms.

Pricing Information:

$400-$7000, based on size

Education:

BFA in Sculpture Miami University 2003, MFA Candidate at California College of the Arts 2018, Master Mold-Making Apprenticeship 2005, Foundry Internship 2005, Graduate-level Independent Studies at Miami University(2004-5), and Herron School of Art and Design (2007-8).

Affiliations:
California College of the Arts, International Sculpture Center, Stutz Artists Association, Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association, Indianapolis Art Center, Indy Art Forge, The Paleo Lab at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Herron School of Art and Design, Miami University School of Fine Arts.
Awards:

Arts Council of Indianapolis Robert D. Beckmann Jr. Emerging Artist Fellowship recipient, 2010; Stutz Artists Association studio residency recipient, 2011; Indiana Arts Commission Individual Artists Program project grant, 2015; Vermont Studio Center artist residency, 2015; California College of the Arts Fine Art Scholarship, 2016; Best in Show, Obsolete Artifacts, 2016.

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