PMC and Fused Glass Jewelry
April 8 - 11, 2021
Maureen Aderman · handmadebymoe.com
Workshop at a glance
Make beautiful pieces of jewelry using Precious Metal Clay (PMC) and fused glass cabochons. Learn about fusing glass using stunning dichroic glass. A perfect combination.
- Shaping PMC by hand
- Firing PMC clay
- Working with PMC and glass
- Precious metal clay
- Fused Glass
- Creating multiple pieces of jewelry
- Knowledge of glass cabochans
Maureen Aderman is from Clarence, New York and is a full-time studio artist in East Amherst, New York. She earned her BS in Studio Art from Nazareth College of Rochester and a BA and MFA in Art Education from the State University College at Buffalo. She has taught and assisted classes at various art conferences and schools including Glass Craft and Bead Expo, Hot Glass Horizons, Pittsburg Glass Center and Arrowmont.
Students will work with precious metal clay (PMC) which is a unique form of clay that when fired yields pure metal. It can be shaped by hand or by using molds like any soft clay. One of its unique qualities is that it can be fired with small pieces of fused glass. Participants will begin by making multiple glass cabochons and using them to create jewelry pieces. During this course you will complete multiple pieces of jewelry while receiving personal attention and the ability to work at your own pace. This class is a great way to gain inspiration and express your creativity. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $450 · materials list
Registration Opens February 1, 2021.
Call 865.436.5860 with questions.
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