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[Workshop] [Denver] Working with Liquid Enamel


#1

From the Colorado Metalsmithing Association:

Registration is now open for three Days with Ken Bova: Thursday thru
Saturday, May 14, 15, and 16 at the Zephyr Street Studio in
Lakewood, CO. As a university professor, Ken can only take his
workshops on the road a few times a year and we are fortunate to
have him come to us.

In Ken Bova’s Dip, Dry, Draw & Fire: Working with Liquid Enamel
workshop, students experience the possibilities available with
liquid enamel while creating colorful and graphic imagery for
brooches, earrings, and small vessel forms. They learn techniques to
dip, brush, pour, paint, and draw on copper and torch fire this
versatile form of art.

The class also explores additional applications of sifting,
over-firing, and sgraffito techniques to get intense color effects.
Time permitting we’ll cover a variety of linking mechanics, an
assortment of bench tricks, and assemblage processes. The ability to
use a jeweler’s saw for piercing is helpful but not necessary.
Expect to make lots of samples and small wearable pieces. All
Levels.

The fee is $390 for CoMA Members and $450 for Non-Members and there
are only 12 spaces available. There will be a reasonably priced
materials kit to purchase at the workshop. Click here to register or
go to the CoMA Website.

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/y5

To see more of what Ken Bova does, go to
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ep81vb

Hope to see you there!

Susan Bucknam
President CoMA


#2

Only 3 spaces left in the Ken Bova Workshop in Denver

From the Colorado Metalsmithing Association:

Registration is now open for three Days with Ken Bova: Thursday thru
Saturday, May 14, 15, and 16 at the Zephyr Street Studio in
Lakewood, CO. As a university professor, Ken can only take his
workshops on the road a few times a year and we are fortunate to
have him come to us.

In Ken Bova’s Dip, Dry, Draw & Fire: Working with Liquid Enamel
workshop, students experience the possibilities available with
liquid enamel while creating colorful and graphic imagery for
brooches, earrings, and small vessel forms. They learn techniques to
dip, brush, pour, paint, and draw on copper and torch fire this
versatile form of art.

The class also explores additional applications of sifting,
over-firing, and sgraffito techniques to get intense color effects.
Time permitting we’ll cover a variety of linking mechanics, an
assortment of bench tricks, and assemblage processes. The ability to
use a jeweler’s saw for piercing is helpful but not necessary.
Expect to make lots of samples and small wearable pieces. All
Levels.

The fee is $390 for CoMA Members and $450 for Non-Members and there
are only 3 spaces left. There will be a reasonably priced materials
kit to purchase at the workshop. to register or go to the CoMA
Website.

http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/y5

To see more of what Ken Bova does, go to
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/ep81we

Hope to see you there!

Susan Bucknam
President CoMA