with Laurel Swetnam
, Jan 19, 2019, 10:00am – 4:30pm
Thin layers of clay imprinted with textures and cut in creative ways yield beautiful veneers. Polymer clay, chameleon that it is, can resemble mokumegane, a Japanese metal working technique, feathered marbled paper or striped bargello textiles. In this class, we’ll work with wavy blades, foils and textures to craft a beautiful little bowl that is a sampler of techniques. While our projects are curing, Laurel will demo how to make lovely pendants and earrings with leftover veneers. There’s a special $60 early bird price for Portland Polymer Guild Members until December 5th; after December 5th, the class will be $75.00. A supply list will be sent to students.
This event is fully booked.
To pay by check, please click the 'Pay by Check' button above to hold your spot, then promptly mail your check, along with the class title and your name, phone # and email address, to: VIA Artistica, 107 N 41st Place, Ridgefield, WA 98642.