Micro Chasing: Creating a pendant

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Instructor: Dutch Stowe
Dutch Stowe has been making jewelry for over 15 years and teaching wire wrapping for over six years at both local bead stores and two senior centers in the San Fernando Valley. He also exhibits and sells his jewelry in local farmers' markets and craft shows. Dutch thoroughly enjoys teaching and watching his students apply the techniques they learn for their own individualized projects. “We all learn from each other in a relaxed and fun atmosphere in class and everybody leaves with a wearable project.” Contact information Dutch Stowe e-mail dutch@crystalridge.com Phone 818-982-4310 Cell 818-517-7104

Currently not available.
Skill Levels: All
Dates/Times: August 19, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Fees:
$65 » Workshop
$25 » Materials

I love teaching techniques that create dimension and detail. My MICRO CHASING class does that. It incorporates aspects of two ancient forms of metal work, Repousse, pushing metal from back to front and Chasing pushing metal from back to front. This class eliminates much of the complicated detail and need for expensive tools those techniques require. Using a simple stylus, malleable piece of copper (this will also work with silver) and a stable work surface you will leave this class with a beautiful piece suitable as pendant, part of a bracelet or unique component of for any other project .

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