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Explorations in Precious Metal Clay (PMC)
Explorations in Precious Metal Clay (PMC)

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Tuition $120.00

Instructor: Cynthia Battista

Item Code: JP0213

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Cynthia Battista

JP0213 March 23, 2013 (10am - 5pm)  Saturday (Jewelry Studio, Mill Building)

Far from an ancient craft, Precious Metal Clay (PMC) was invented about 20 years ago and has been a popular medium for inventive artists ever since. PMC is made of fine metal particles suspended in a clay-like binder. The clay is easy to shape with your hands and with tools. The clay is then fired in a kiln to burn off the binder. In this one-day workshop you will gain a foundation of knowledge of working with fine silver PMC. Expect to learn proper use of tools, as well as how to apply textures. You will also learn to fire, finish and patina your pieces. Students will complete 3-4 pieces of their choice. A studio/materials fee of $85 is due at time of registration.

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