Learn how to use metal clay to make earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Bring a small leaf, favorite rubber-stamp or pick texture from our collection.
Woods Hall has a new jewelry studio where PMC equipment will be available. Open studio times will be available to continue on with your work.
PMC is an exciting material developed in Japan. Microscopic particles of metals are mixed with an organic binder to create a material that has the look and working properties of modeling clay. Using simple tools, objects are given shape, texture and character. They are dried and fired where the particles fuse to make a dense fully metallic object.
Cost: $100 per person plus $25 for bronze or $60 for silver.
Day 1 : Wednesday June 13, 3-5 pm : Make, dry and sand your piece
Day 2 : Thursday June 14, 3-5 pm : Patina, polish and finish
All are welcome beginner – advanced. To register call Woods Hall at 715-747-3943.