Curtis Jeré (estb. 1963), known as C. Jeré, is a compound penname of metalwork artists Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels who created wall sculptures and household accessories. Their work ranges from representational to highly abstract and include brass, copper, and other metals that are sheared, crimped, torched, and welded before being coated with luminous patinas. C. Jeré’s work is made and marketed by the corporation Artisan House, which they sold in 1972. The company still produces metal sculptures including reintroductions of popular mid-century designs.