JAMMED PACKED APRIL CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS GALORE!
Alcohol Inks on Tiles – Snowy Peaks High School – Next month I will be teaching a class for Snowy Peaks High School in the backroom classroom of Arts Alive Gallery in Breckenridge. I have learned how to make my own alcohol inks and markers and will teach a class on it. We will decorate the plain white bathroom tiles with the alcohol inks and practice adding and removing colors. We will add stamps to tiles and some finishing touches to make OOAK tiles.
Wounded Warriors Project
I will be teaching a precious metal clay class to 9 or 10 (persons) of the Wounded Warrior families coming to Breckenridge for a week of skiing, snowboarding, counseling, skating & art therapy. We are planning to have this class at the Fuqua in the Breckenridge Arts District on April 9th. We will make charms and a pendant with a set-in stone. Attendees will take the charms with them and the pendants will be delivered to them at their farewell dinner.
Fire & Ice April 11 from 12 pm-4 pm Center for the Arts Evergreen
Course description: In this workshop we will set stones(micro dicros) and make bezels for a precious metal clay pendant with bail and learn some new techniques for coloring the metal (LOS- liver of sulfur &alcohol inks) Contact: http://tinyurl.com/qe9k8y8
Painting with Electricity (anodized niobium) and Fire & Ice precious metal clay pendant
RMBS (Rocky Mountain Bead Society) Bead Fest @ Merchandise Mart Denver Sat. April 25
PMC3, flex clay and dichroic cabachons and anodized niobium – painting with electricity
Course description: In this workshop we will set stones(micro dicros) and make bezels for a precious metal clay pendant with bail and learn some new techniques for coloring the metal (LOS- liver of sulfur &alcohol inks) Contact: http://tinyurl.com/p6h3k3c and http://tinyurl.com/k8stoqf
Would you like to learn how to make this amazing art? We offer private lessons!
$50 per hour with a $5 discount for each additional student — use the coupon code ‘addit’ when checking out.
Classes on offer are: piercing, sawing, filing, finishing, riveting cold connections, soldering, stone-setting, use of kilns, ring making, chain making, embellishments, torch fusing, enameling, forming, forging and hinges. (yvonne, it’d be nice to have links to each of these techniques via external websites)
Instruction covers use of studio tools and equipment, as well as all chemicals and compounds. Students will be provided with handouts and supplemental materials as needed.
Classes are generally project based so the students leave with wearable pieces out the door. However each class is tailored to your interests.
Empower your intentions!