Ann Gildner

Cheboygan, Michigan

Created in 2016

Material: steel, stainless steel and copper

Gildner describes Millie as an abstract work, a study of three shapes in three different metals.  Her designs were plasma cut, then welded and pinned together.

Ann Gildner is artist-in-residence at the Iron One Studio in Cheboygan, MI, where the independent artists who are its members design, work and collaborate in making metal artwork. She maintains the space as a welcoming, safe, clean iron studio to create in. Ann has been an instructor at Cheboygan's Industrial Arts Institute in Onaway since January 2014, teaching high-school-level metallurgy and welding, a youth outreach program in welding, and courses in ornamental metal work. She has also owned Gildner Gallery-Coop Floral Shop in Cheboygan since 1985. Ann earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in ceramics from Siena Heights University in 1981.  Her work is featured in several northern Michigan exhibits.

Approximate dimensions:

76" high, 16" wide

400 pounds



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