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Give your jewelery designs the lastest look using a brass or copper blank
shape, found objects, old watch parts and used chain. Students will assemble a unique pendant on a chain. Students will learn metal stamping, patinating, and riveting and cold connections.
Instructor: Lynette Fisk, a talented, local jewelry artist, has published her designs in Bead Style Magazine and Polimer
Cafe Magazine. She will teach the exciting, up to the minute techniques of cold connections to give your
work a unique twist. Students will be able to wear their completed pendant home.
Date: Saturday, May 1, 2010
Time: 1:00 am – 4:00 pm
Skill Level: Beginner - Intermediate
Medium: Found object assemblage
Class Fee: $30.00
Kit Fee: $20 (Kit is required)
Kit includes brass or copper pendant blank, assorted hardware, eyelets, wire, chain or cord
Additional supplies needed: TOOLs: small riveting or ball peen hammer, bench block, chain nose pliers, round nose
Students may bring their own additional materials. They will need old jewelry chains, metal charms, watch parts, found objects, selection of random beads and spacers.
Class Minimum: 2 Class Maximum: 6
Registration Closes: April 20, 2010
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Updated 03-09-10, 03-19-10, 03-26-10