DIANE COOK – splen•did
splen•did can be defined as: magnificent; very impressive; possessing or displaying splendor, marked by showy magnificence.
splen•did is a combination of two ring designs, now standing on its own. A substantial, multi layered piece, ring or pendant, demonstrates many of mine, and soon to be your, favorite techniques: bezel setting, prong setting, my token technique named ‘lifted & layered’, ruffled metal and more. This will be a fast-paced class, drawing upon metalsmith techniques already a common part of the intermediate student’s skill level, such as sawing, bezel setting, and soldering, just to name a few. After a day+ of layering metal coaxing wire, prong setting, then finally ‘lifting’ the base, I aspire to have the student pay special attention to the design of the split-ring band (or bail for the pendant), then perhaps add my go-to way of finishing a piece. I hope you can join me, as we together design your next favorite piece of jewelry. It will surely be splen•did!
PREREQUISITE: Intermediate (If you have a question regarding your skill level, give me a shout at: email@example.com)
THIS IS A 2-DAY WORKSHOP
DATES & TIMES
February 26 & 27, 2022. 8:30AM to 5:30PM (1 hour lunch)
*IMPORTANT: Please scroll to February > then select the first class date to book*
If a time slot is sold out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a waiting list.
LOCATION: Multiplicity Studio (please see below for address and contact info)
WORKSHOP FEE: $361.65 includes Kit Fee
KIT FEE: $21.65 ($20 plus $1.65 sales tax)
- Bronze bitlets
- Emory paper
- Sanding sponges
- Prong pusher (wooden)
Students must provide the following supplies* (click to download PDF version):
- Bring a sack lunch or be prepared to make an order for delivery. A refrigerator and water cooler are available for student use.
- Studio Rules: Closed-toe shoes are required. Do not wear loose clothing that could get caught in rotary tools. Wear long hair tied back.
- Lodging information: KATY AREA HOTELS
VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOP CANCELLATION POLICY
If minimum enrollment is not met at least 30 days prior to the start date, the Visiting Artist may cancel the workshop. In this instance, all paid students will be fully refunded.
If students cancel their enrollment 60 or more days from the start date of a paid Visiting Artist workshop, they will receive a full refund minus $75 cancellation fees. Cancellations within 59 or fewer days from the start date of a paid Visiting Artist workshop will not be refunded.