Department Craft + Design
Gretchen Goss is a visual artist who works primarily in enamel, inspired by the natural world. Her work has been supported by the Ohio Arts Council and has been included in exhibitions nationally and internationally.
In 2003 she was co-curator for Metalsmith magazine’s exhibition, Enamel: A Current Perspective.
She was curator for three subsequent exhibitions and has been a visiting artist and lecturer, and has taught numerous workshops on enameling nationally and in the UK.
Her BFA and MFA degrees are from Kent State University in Jewelry and Enameling respectively.
Degree MFA and BFA, Kent State University
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