Posted November 9th, 2017 / Ends March 9th, 2018
Sondra Sherman Workshop, INSPIRED BY NATURE: PATTERN CONSTRUCTION FOR JEWELRY
INSPIRED BY NATURE: PATTERN CONSTRUCTION FOR JEWELRY
Mar 24th & 25th | 9:30 AM-4:30 PM
Students will learn how to develop patterns from nature forms and create those forms in thin sheet to add lightweight dimensional richness to jewelry. Pattern-making, guidance in making samples in “ jeweler's brass,” steel sheet construction, and tips for soldering complex compositions will be covered to create forms for finished pendants, or earrings in the metal of choice (sterling, jewelers brass, or mild steel). Prerequisites: Basic sawing, filing, and soldering skills.
Sondra Sherman is head of the Jewelry and Metal- work program at San Diego State University, CA. She has taught at Rhode Island College, SUNY New Paltz, Rhode Island School of Design, and Savannah College of Art and Design. She received the Diplom Degree (MFA) from the Academy of Fine Art in Munich, Germany. Sherman has been the recipient of many awards and her work is included in major museums in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, and New York City.
To register please visit https://public.armoryart.org/public/AdultPreview.faces?wrkid=3324 or call us at 561-832-1776