Sara McGraw graduated from The Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Lakewood, Colorado in 2012 with a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree in Sculpture. Since then she has explored working in various mediums including painting, film and photography, sound, drawing and ceramics before choosing to work mainly in the jewelry and metalsmithing field.
Sara signed up for a Metals I Intensive in the summer of 2010 and has been attending classes at the Denver School of Metal Arts ever since. So far she has taken all of the Metals classes, numerous workshops including Rings 1-7, Bangles, Wonder Woman’s Bracelet, Enamel on Copper, Torch Fired Enamel, Salt Water Etching, and multiple stone setting classes. She has taken multiple Master Classes here including Mokume Gane with Eric Burris, Carol Webb’s 3D Etching and Patinas class, Multiple Prong Settings in a Brooch and Dynamic Prong Setting in a Cuff with Joanna Gollberg, High Relief Engraving with Amayak Stepanyan, In the Line of Fire with Anne Havel, and cloisonné enamel classes from both Harlan Butt and Patsy Croft. She also attended Andy Cooperman’s Imaginative Captures and Ken Bova’s Dip, Dry, Draw & Fire: Working with Liquid Enamel workshops offered through the Colorado Metalsmithing Association.