Metal Collection

Characterized historically by more jewelry than objects, RAM’s metal collection continues to grow in ways that reflect the dynamism of the field. Presently encompassing functional design such as lighting, hollowware, and serving ware, as well as sculpture and jewelry, the objects amassed speak to the variety of materials and techniques being used by contemporary artists.

Artists represented include Chunghi Choo, Christine Clark, Kim Cridler, Terri Gelenian-Wood, Hai-Chi Jihn, Tom Joyce, Zachary Lechtenberg, Ken Loeber, Richard Mafong, Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Kevin O’Dwyer, Albert Paley, ROY, June Schwarcz, Christina Smith, and William Underhill.

Below is a sample of RAM’s growing metals collection.

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