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Concrete Jewelry with Robert Dancik

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About the course

Concrete: Not Just for Sidewalks Anymore

I have been working with concrete at the jewelry scale for nearly 20 years and feel that this is a perfect time to compile a collection of projects that will allow the viewer access to the basics of concrete jewelry as well as various techniques and procedures for combining concrete with a variety of other materials. Additionally, the nature of concrete lends itself almost automatically, to building narrative into a given piece of work. With all its references to concepts such as protection, permanence, longevity, strength, or rigidity it enables the artist to synthesize the material with the idea and meaning of the piece.

I have experience in a wide swath of jewelry making using both traditional and non-traditional materials and techniques. I have written articles for a number of magazines on the subject of integrating these and also authored a book that includes many such materials and techniques.

I believe that concrete, though a seemingly unlikely material for jewelry, is actually very well suited to personal adornment and allows a broad spectrum of artistic expression for makers at all levels. Additionally, artists will be able to include concrete as a material in conjunction with materials they are already using such as polymer clay, metal clay, resins, gemstones and traditional metals to name just a few.

My intent is to show a series of projects that will use concrete in conjunction with numerous other materials including but not limited to metals, plastics, found objects, cloth, and leather. Owing to the nature of concrete I will also cover a range of cold connections both traditional and some that I have developed, as well as setting gemstones, beads and metal clay in concrete.

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*The live and free course does not give you a certificate of completion, additional tools and resources, access to the bonus classes, and one-on-one with the instructors.
These perks are only available in the paid version of the course.