Basics of Enameling on Metal Clay, Fine Silver Pendant

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Instructor: Inez Flaugh
Inez Flaugh has always loved creating beautiful things with her hands and has dabbled in just about every media out there. Her love of glass and making jewelry is what started Inez down the path in Metal Clay. She took an Introduction to Metal Clay class in 2012 and her head exploded with ideas of designing and creating her jewelry to make it uniquely her own. The more she learned the more excited she became and knew she had to share the knowledge of Metal Clay with others. In 2014 Inez received her Art Clay Senior Instructor certification and in 2016 became certified Level 2 in PMC. She then began teaching in December 2014. Inez teaches many skill levels of metal clay classes, including Art Clay certifications, in her home studio, located in Fullerton, CA. She is proficient in working with silver, copper, and bronze metal clays, carving on metal clay; as well as incorporating gemstones, cabochons, and glass into her jewelry.

Currently not available.
Skill Levels: Beginner +
Dates/Times: October 20, from 2:30pm to 6:30pm
Fees: $110

Here is just one more way to add color, shine and interest to your silver jewelry. In this class you will learn the basics of enamel, how to apply it to your piece using the wet pack method and then successfully fire it to make a permanent bond between the enamel and metal. We may not be working with metal clay in this class, but I will walk thru the process of creating a piece for enameling with metal clay. This class is for beginners, metal clay experience helpful, but not required. Projects will be fired and colored in class. Class includes all materials, use of tools and firing. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

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