Coffee Pot

Joe Apodaca, Coffee Pot, 1963; sterling silver, rosewood

Gift of Joe and Linda Apodaca.

Artwork Info

Medium sterling-silver, rosewood
Dimensions 12 x 6 in. diameter
Movement Scandinavian-style holloware
Subject Matter Coffee Pot

Artist Info

Name Joe Apodaca
Born January 1, 1942
Role Metals, jewelry
Culture American
Education 1961 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 1964 aa, 1966 bfa, 1967 mfa Rochester Institute of Technology, NY
Notes or Bio

Together with his wife Linda, Joe Apodaca has been working in jewelry and metal arts since 1968. His work can be found in the Smithsonian’s National Collection of Fine Arts, in the OBJECTS: USA collection of New York’s Museum of Arts and Design, and in the School for American Craftsmen Permanent Collection in Rochester, NY. He has exhibited frequently at galleries and museums across the United States and taught in several countries.

B. Tucson, AZ 1942
Proprietor, Apodaca Goldsmiths in Lake Oswego, OR

professional experience:
1967–1990 Teaching experiences in us,
Canada and Costa Rica
1979–81, 83–85 Head of Metals
Department, Oregon School of Arts &
Crafts, Portland, or
1969–present Self-employed jeweler/

Credits: Dan Kvitka

Rights: All Rights Reserved

Appears In 3 Albums

2 items

Joe Apodaca

55 items

Works in Metal

133 items

Collection of Museum of Contemporary Craft