William Kuegel is a farrier and metalsmith who brings his artistic sense to both pursuits. He began his work as a metalsmith making horseshoes. Lynns background is in design and business. They share a love of all things equine. In 1977 William and Lynn used horseshoe nails to create holiday ornaments. Their body of work now includes jewelry, ornaments, and small and large-scale sculptural work using a variety of metals. One of their designs – Sterling the Snowman – was the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen’s Annual Ornament in 2000. Several large sculptures – a garden dragon, dancers, and a girl reading – have graced the Sculpture Garden at the League of NH Craftsmen Fair.
Juried Members > William and Lynn Kuegel
Media: Metal, Metal Jewelry