In Studio Classes


Chasing and Repousse, Megan Corwin

A Feast of Textures with Chasing and Repoussé
Instructor: Megan Corwin
October 3 and 4, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 – 3:00
Class Fee: $350

No experience necessary.

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Discover new ways to express yourself in metal! Join Megan Corwin, an expert in the field, to explore the great textures and forms possible with the techniques of chasing and repoussé. This beginning level workshop will focus on specific projects designed to cover a broad spectrum of possibilities. Every student will start by learning to use the pitch bowl and hammer to chase, define and texture the front of a piece of sheet metal, and then to repoussé, forming from the back.  Check out Megan’s website to see some examples of incredible chased and repoussé work. Megan will provide tools for students to use during class and a selection of handmade chasing tools by Bill Dawson and Megan will be available for purchase.

Recommended reading – “Chasing and Repoussé: Methods Ancient and Modern” by Nancy Megan Corwin available through Danaca Design or Amazon.


Megan Corwin

Megan Corwin lives and works in Seattle, Washington. In 1983 she received her MFA in Art Metals at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she studied with Eleanor Moty and Fred Fenster.

Since leaving her position as Head of Jewelry and Metals at the University of Oregon-Eugene in 1994 to have a child, Megan has been teaching workshops and credit classes in metals around the United States. Her area of expertise is chasing and repoussé, and she has written a technical and gallery book on the subject, “Chasing and Repoussé: Methods Ancient and Modern” published by Brynmorgen Press, Portland, ME in 2009.

Megan has one-of-a-kind jewelry and metalwork in many private collections around the United States and in the following: The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England, Washington State’s Tacoma Art Museum’s permanent collection and in the State University of New Mexico Art Gallery at Las Cruces Gallery’s permanent collection.

Megan is represented in Seattle, WA at Facere Jewelry Art Gallery. View her work at