Friday and Saturday, November 9th & 10th, 9-5pm
Go 3-D! This workshop will move away from working flat by designing and building hollow metal beads. We've added a 4th night to this workshop to provide you ample one-on-one time and working time to complete your design.
Students will learn how to work with a three-dimensional paper model to plan and construct their design. Then we will build on your soldering skills by experimenting with different techniques to solder more complicated structures. Learn proper methods for soldering hollow pieces safely. Safety is crucial in when it comes to hollow forms!
In this four session workshop you can expect to complete at least one large, hollow mixed metal bead. This technique will open up a whole world of design possibilities and breathe new life and dimension into your work.
This workshop is recommended for students that have sawing, filing and soldering experience. This is a great follow up to the MS1&2 sessions.
Bring your own materials! 18g brass, copper and sterling silver is recommended. Materials can be purchased at the studio. All supplies such as solder, fuel, flux, and use of finishing supplies etc. will be included in the class fee.
Metal bead houses featured above by Marilyn Turner.
Please note: If you need to cancel your registration for this workshop a full refund will only be given if you contact us one full month prior to the class. If you cancel with less than a months notice you will receive a credit for half of the workshop price to be used toward a future offering. If you cancel with less than a weeks notice no refund or credit will be given.
Sarah Chapman has worked in the field for over 17 years and primarily works with oxidized sterling silver, copper, brass, and 14k gold to create her pieces. Since 2008, Sarah has been using recycled, conflict-free, and SCS certified gold and sterling silver when fabricating her jewelry, also using repurposed brass and copper when possible. To learn more about Sarah visit her website