Stacking Rings are all over the fashion world right now… wouldn’t it be nice to say you made your very own? This class teaches you all the skills you need to know to create three sterling silver stacking rings. The class is perfect for beginners who are ready to take it to the next level as we will explore the basic technique of soldering as well as hammering and sizing. Once you have the basics of soldering down the possibilities are endless!Class location: This class will be held at The Adorned Studios at 44 Elton St Suite C, Rochester NY 14607. The entrance is located right off the sidewalk and done the stairs to your right. Click here for directions.About the teachers:
Marisa Krol is the co-founder of The Adorned Studios, and founder of her own line of adornment she calls: Interstellar Love Craft
. Marisa has always enjoyed working with her hands and expressing herself through a variety of artistic mediums and media. In 2009 she had a chance encounter with local jeweler, Sharon Jeter who she began studio assisting shortly there after. Around that same time, Marisa gave birth to Interstellar Love Craft, which was a name meant to embody whatever her journey as an artist would become. To Marisa, this name represents the nature of her being and all beings. Love, creativity, growth, expansion and remembering and honoring our own inner light.Brittany Rea
is a multifaceted artist working in a number of materials with a focus in jewelry and ceramics. Originally from New Jersey but most recently from Rochester, NY, Brittany moved to New York in 2009 where she attended Pratt at Munson Williams-Proctor and finished her degree at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Here she graduated in May of 2014 with a BFA and a concentration in sculpture and ceramics and a minor in Art Education. Brittany has been a ceramics instructor to students of all ages in various art centers and public schools, has assisted many artists at View in Old Forge, New York, as well as Kala Stein at K Design Studio, and David Eichelberger at Haystack Mountain School of Craft, and held the position of artist in residence at Sonoma Ceramics at Sonoma Community Center in 2016.For details about our refund and class cancellation policy, visit our FAQs.