Please join us for a talk with visiting artist Timothy Veske-McMahon on Sunday December 2 at 3pm in the Gallery at Brooklyn Metal Works.


We’re pleased to have Timothy Veske-McMahon return to BKMW to speak in support of his recent exhibition, Soft Spot, at Gallery Loupe in Montclair, NJ. Veske-McMahon is a good friend of Brooklyn Metal Works. He has been a popular instructor and last spoke here in 2015 when his exhibition mirror milk was In the Gallery.


American artist Timothy Veske-McMahon consistently challenges the body, the heart, and the mind with profound concepts, using jewelry as a vehicle. His newest series, Soft Spot, probes the human dilemma, still further, by addressing memory rather than presence. To Veske-McMahon a soft spot is “a fondness, predilection, and bias. The sore and tender weaknesses that define us. An obscuring blur in vision, memory, or ability.”

Gallery Loupe


About the Artist
Timothy Veske-McMahon is an Assistant Professor at Rhode Island School of Design, where he is Graduate Program Director for Jewelry and Metalsmithing. He holds a MFA in Metalsmithing from Cranbrook Academy of Art (2013) and BFA in Sculpture (with honors) from Pratt Institute (2004). In 2013 he was Artist-in-Residence at the Estonian Academy of Arts in the Jewelry and Blacksmithing Department. Veske-McMahon has had solo exhibitions at Brooklyn Metal Works in Brooklyn, New York; Beyond Fashion Gallery in Antwerp, Belgium; and Flat Gallery in Bratislava, Slovakia and participated in group shows in Amsterdam, Stockholm, Munich, Tbilisi, and Beijing in addition to Asheville, North Carolina and Boston, Massachusetts. He has won numerous awards and received several grants; his work is included in the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery.


Noumenon I. Brooch, 2018. 14K gold filled, brass. 90 x 90 x 4 mm.