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Sep 7, 2018
JF8303 Sep 7, 2018 (10am-5pm) Friday (Jewelry Studio)
Explore the colorful, fun world of using resin to add color to your jewelry! Using 2 part quick setting epoxy, we will add paint, herbs, tea leaves, colored powder, glitter and much more, mix epoxy and color together, and apply onto jewelry. Instead of using stones to set in jewelry, why not use resin? works great for jewelry with texture, recessed areas, empty stone settings and anything else that you want to try. Instructor will provide epoxy and some coloring agents, but students should feel free to bring anything and they want to add to epoxy to make resin-filled jewelry. Even twigs have been used for resin jewelry. A materials fee of $25 will be added to the tuition.
A silversmith since 1984, Joy has exhibited throughout the United States, Ireland and New Zealand, showcasing both jewelry and flatware designs. Joy is a native of New Hampshire. She was accepted as a member of the League of NH Craftsmen while still in high school. She received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, and her MFA from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. Joy is an instructor at Metalwerx in Waltham, MA, at Snow Farm in Williamsburg, MA, and at Brookfield Craft Center in Brookfield, CT. Joy also teaches workshops on jewelry making, metalsmithing, wireweaving, and various metal techniques at craft programs throughout New England. Her studio is in Concord, NH.
You may bring any of your own tools if you would like, but the studio will be stocked with tools for you to use.
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