Dimension and Movement in Metal Clay

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What you will learn:


Class 1:

  • Tools and Supplies Needed
  • Talk about the different hinges we will me making

Class 2:

  • Create butterfly with tube hinges

 Class 3:

  • Create pendant with tab hinges

Class 4:

  • Show fired pendants from Day 1
  • Create walls for house
  • Create front and back panels for house

Class 5:

  • Create lentil for slide vessel
  • Attach walls to house
  • Create jump ring for vessel

Class 6:

  • Attach front to house
  • Cut vessel and create attaching panels

Class 7:
  • Create tube for hinge pin and create pin
  • Create front and back of locket
Class 8:
  • Create walls for locket
  • Finish and polish pieces
Class 9:
  • Make connection for butterfly pendant
  • Make pin connections for tab hinge pendant
Bonus Items:
  • Downloadable Work Surface
  • Materials List

About the course

This course will take you through a series of techniques and projects where you’ll learn to create pieces with 3-D dimension and movement. During this course you will learn: Create walls, Boxes, Lockets, Hinges, Bails, ...and much more!

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Dimension and Movement in Metal Clay

Time table:
9 hours

Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Jewelry makers, people interested in precious metal clay

Main objective:
Enhance your metal clay skills by learning how to add dimension and movement into your pieces.



About the instructor

Stephanie Chavez

Stephanie is a jewelry maker and instructor. She is a diverse artist, proficient in many jewelry mediums. Her go-to and preferred medium is Precious Metal Clay (PMC). The metal clay process enables Stephanie to create unique one-of-a-kind jewelry.

While working in the mixed media art industry she took her first class in PMC, was instantly hooked and has been working with metal clay since 2008. After being certified through Rio Grande in 2010 Stephanie began teaching. Stephanie has continued to perfect and share her craft by teaching others how to make their own jewelry and art. She believes we each have the capacity to be inspired creators. Many people just need a safe, fun, environment to explore their own creative limits and that is what she provides and shares, bringing people to the joy that she knows in her daily craft.