June 14, 2015; 1 day; 9am - 4pm
Pat Robinson Schmidt
Location: Founders Hall
Through an exploration of design, composition, and aesthetic choices, students will work with a jeweler's saw to create and pierce a pendant or charm in copper, brass, or silver. Pat will first guide students to sketch from botanical specimens, simplifying and abstracting, to arrive at pleasing and "possible" jewelry designs. Then students will concentrate on selection, transfer, and piercing of the selected design in metal.
This class will be cancelled on Monday, June 8, 2015,
if minimum enrollment is not met. Please register before this date.
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