Doug Bucci is a designer and educator in the field of jewelry. His work utilizes digital processes to explore and display biological systems and the effect of disease on the body. Computer Aided technologies allow the maker to view and simulate not only data, but patterns and cell forms, which can be transformed into meaningful, personal, wearable art. Bucci views his digital process as one that allows for a creative freedom unfound in traditional hand-made methods.
Bucci’s work has appeared in multiple periodicals and texts including Metalsmith magazine, American Craft magazine, Lark Book’s 500 Series and Darling Publication’s The Jewelry Compendium.
His work is in the collections of the Windsor Castle, Berkshire, London; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany; Newark Museum, Newark, N.J.; Deutsche Goldschmiedehaus Hanau, Germany; and Design Museo, Helsinki, Finland.
In addition to CAD work, the artist has spent much of his time teaching Jewelry and Industrial Design. Bucci earned his MFA (1998) from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia and currently teaches in the Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM area at Tyler, as well as in the Industrial Design department at the University of the Arts, both in Philadelphia.
Class Schedule, Spring 2014
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