Chimera

Nonprofit Community Arts & Makerspace in Sebastopol, CA.

Holiday Jewelry Making Workshop with Metal Clay

205.00
5 4 x 6 (1).jpg
Mary Neuer Lee, Jewelry, Textures, Bezels, and Bails 2 (1).jpg
6 (2).jpg

Holiday Jewelry Making Workshop with Metal Clay

205.00

December 15th 10-4pm

Metalsmith and Jeweler, Mary Neuer Lee is a Certified Metal Clay instructor who has been sharing her expertise and knowledge in this wonderfully, user friendly medium since 2005.

Using fine silver metal clay, students will learn how to create pendants and earrings. Suitable for the beginning or intermediate student, this engaging, one day workshop will be packed with information and fun. Students new to the medium can expect to gain some fundamental skills, while more experienced users can expect to learn or refine new techniques. Mary will provide access to a large collection of tools to use. Printed materials include instructions in addition to resources for students to continue their study and practice beyond the class.

This workshop is limited to six students, which provides a hands-on learning experience in a small-classroom setting. All work will be completed in this one-day workshop, ready to proudly wear home.

All tools and materials provided. Just bring apron, closed towed shoes, good lenses, and a notebook.

Quantity:
Add To Cart

December 15th 10-4pm

Metalsmith and Jeweler, Mary Neuer Lee is a Certified Metal Clay instructor who has been sharing her expertise and knowledge in this wonderfully, user friendly medium since 2005.

Using fine silver metal clay, students will learn how to create pendants and earrings. Suitable for the beginning or intermediate student, this engaging, one day workshop will be packed with information and fun. Students new to the medium can expect to gain some fundamental skills, while more experienced users can expect to learn or refine new techniques. Mary will provide access to a large collection of tools to use. Printed materials include instructions in addition to resources for students to continue their study and practice beyond the class.

This workshop is limited to six students, which provides a hands-on learning experience in a small-classroom setting. All work will be completed in this one-day workshop, ready to proudly wear home.

All tools and materials provided. Just bring apron, closed towed shoes, good lenses, and a notebook.