Monday, March 19th | 6:30pm-8:00pm | Intermediate Hammered Necklace
This class will focus on the techniques used to create the components of (and how to assemble) a beautifully intricate, yet simply made, necklace. In this class you will learn simple hand tool usage, cold connections, and surface techniques. We'll be using a variety of pliers, files, mallets, and hammers to create a beautiful necklace that will be ready to wear right out the door!
Please note: Some experience is required for this class. This intermediary level class will help students build upon their jewelry foundation to create their own pieces through challenging and growing their skills! Basic jewelry tool skills are required. You will be working with small pieces, so this class is recommended for people with decent vision and dexterity.
Class location: This class will be held at 739 S. Clinton St. Rochester NY 14620. Click here for directions.
About the teacher:
Brittany Rea of Rea Designs is a artist working in a variety of materials including clay, paint, fibers, wood, and above all- metal. Rea Designs creates modern interpretations of timeless jewelry pieces focusing on the natural qualities of metal paired with an elegance through minimal design. Brittany works out of her home attic studio and is very excited to have once again teamed up with the Adorned Studios to teach classes at their location on South Clinton Ave in the South Wedge. Check out her work at on her website.
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