Faculty: Lori Talcott

Biography

 Lori Talcott is a Seattle-based studio jeweler. After studying art history at Lund University (Sweden) and Metal Design at the University of Washington, she worked as an apprentice to a master silversmith in Norway. Talcott divides her time between studio, teaching and research, and is pursuing a graduate degree in art history with a focus on medieval jewelry and material culture. She is the recipient of two Washington Artist Trust fellowships and an Arts Fellowship from the American-Scandinavian Foundation. Her work is in numerous private collections and the permanent collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery, and the Tacoma Art Museum. 

Lori Talcott

Lori Talcott

Critic
ltalcott@risd.edu
401-454-6190

  • BA, Washington State University
  • BFA, University of Washington

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Courses
  • J&M-448G
    GRADUATE JEWELRY SEMINAR 2
  • J&M-452G
    GRADUATE JEWELRY SEMINAR 4
Jewelry + Metalsmithing Foreground Image 5
Gwen Oulman-Brennan, Untitled Hand Held Object, silver, copper, silicon, steer intestine, resin