Lockets Shouldn’t be Round
Does fabricating hinges & catches make you pause? No longer. Learn new fabrication & soldering skills while making a non-traditional locket or small box. Starting with a simple hollow-form shape, students will go through the sequencing and construction of a locket with a hinge & clasp.
Date and Time:
Feb 11 (1-5PM EST) , 12 (1-4 EST), and 13th (1-4EST), 2022
Member Rate: $300
Registration is now closed.
Please note this is an Intermediate Metalsmithing workshop and be proficient with the following skills: Sawing, filing, measuring, soldering, and a knowledge of metals studio safety procedures, of all the tools used.
About the Instructor:
Carla M. Fox brings the ideal balance of fine craftsmanship and wild imagination to her work. She has been a professional metalsmith/jeweler for over 20 years and her work has been featured and won awards in top juried art shows across the country. Carla loves to teach her craft, because she is the consummate student herself. Curious from childhood about tools and techniques and with an acute attention to detail, and a bit of engineering, she inspires that same joy and exploration in her students. Her skill in fabrication techniques include: fabrication, soldering tricks, design, hollow-forms, etching. The use of varied materials and techniques can be seen in her work at: www.carlamfox.com
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