Professor Randy Long

Randy Long is the head of the Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design Program.  She received a BA Degree (1974), an MA Degree (1977) from San Diego State University, and an MFA degree (1983) from California State University at Long Beach.  Professor Long is the recipient of two NEA Visual Artists Fellowship Grants, three Indiana Arts Commission Master Fellowships, an Outstanding Young Faculty Award, and a Presidents Arts and Humanities Initiative Grant from Indiana University.

Professor Long has exhibited her work internationally and her work is represented in many private and public collections, including The Art Institute of Chicago, The Museum of Art and Design, The Indiana University Art Museum, The Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Jewish Museum, and the Yale University Art Gallery.  Her research interests are in the area of ancient and contemporary jewelry, marble carving, and contemporary silver design. 

Professor Long has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate level for 25 years and in 2007 she was awarded the NICHE Educator of the Year Award.

Pastel Blue, White & Green Lilly Brooches  

Enamel on copper, sterling, fine silver

2009

Gallery of Randy’s workRandy_gallery.html
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