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[Workshop] Color on Precious Metal Clay


I will be teaching a workshop at Snow Farm;The New England Craft
Program (Williamsburg, Massachusetts) August 7-10. The title of the
workshop is: “Chasing the Rainbow; Color on Precious Metal Clay”. The
class is almost full, but there are still several spaces left.

We will explore the use of metal clay and color. Using Fine Silver
Precious Metal Clay (PMC3) we will make wearable objects (pendants,
beads or earrings), both hollow and solid with both subtle and deep
textures. Allowing the silver to shine through, we will add color to
these objects with colored pencil and vitreous enamels. A tools and
equipment list will be furnished prior to class and all materials
for your piece, including polishing/finishing supplies will be
available. Experience in jewelry making or enameling is not required
for this class, where the only limit is your imagination and the only
prerequisite is enthusiasm. Beginners will receive the personal
attention that will help them work with the PMC, though some
experience with Precious Metal Clay will be helpful.

LOCATION Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program. 5 Clary Road,
Williamsburg, Massachusetts 01096

CONTACT INFORMATION Snow Farm. (to Register or for info about Snow
Farm) Phone: 413-268-3101.

ABOUT SNOW FARM Snow Farm, set on 50 beautiful acres of fields and
woodland, is an artistic sanctuary, near Amherst and Northampton,
Massachusetts. The facility is a blend of historic 200-year-old farm
buildings and contemporary living and dining accommodations. The
jewelry studio is open 24 hours a day and class size is limited to
6-10 students in order to allow you lots of workspace, maximum
accessibility to equipment, and plenty of personal interaction with
the instructor.