MJ146 - Roller Printed Sterling Silver Pendants Workshop

Rolled metal jewelry karen snyder.jpg
Rolled metal jewelry karen snyder.jpg

MJ146 - Roller Printed Sterling Silver Pendants Workshop

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Come and work in the incredibly versatile studios of Art Scapes. Make two gorgeous textured sterling silver pendants using a metal jewelry rolling mill. Students will first experiment with rolling printed textures using copper sheets, then print their favorite textures on their sterling sheet. The instructor will work with each student individually to come up with the perfect design. The outer shape will then be cut out using a jewelry saw, the product finished and polished before drilling holes. A fused silver jump ring will be added to complete the pendant. Beads and other ornaments may be added.  If you’d like you may bring a bagged lunch.

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Karen Minati Snyder has a BFA degree in sculpture from C.W. Post College (LIU) and a Master of Art Education from UMASS Dartmouth where she specialized in ceramics. She has taught, pre-school, elementary, middle school and high school art in public and private schools. Many area adults have taken ceramic classes in her Dartmouth home studio. She has studied jewelry and kiln fired glass at Metalwerx in Waltham, Worcester Center for Crafts, Brookfield Craft Center in Connecticut and Snow Farm in Amherst.

 This class will meet at Art Scapes Gallery and Maker Space 665 Orchard Street in New Bedford

  • Plus $30 materials fee payable to instructor at beginning of class

  • Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

  • April 13