with Guest Instructor-Wendy Wallin-Malinow
Saturday, Oct 26, 2013, 10:00am – 4:30pm
Learn how to make different kinds of bones, patina them, and then explore ways to turn them into wearable art. (e.g. stringing to wear as a pendant.) As part of the workshop, we’ll go through the basics of sculpting and curing polymer clay, and experiment with all sorts of ways to “age” them for spooky goodness.
Experience Level: No polymer clay or metal working experience is necessary though some experience with sculpting will be helpful.
Minimum Students: 4 Maximum Students: 8
Class Fee: $75 includes all materials.
A Portland native, Wendy Wallin Malinow is an internationally known polymer artist, designer and illustrator. Trained in sculpture, drawing and painting, Malinow has illustrated 16 books, worked on gift/ad campaigns and been honored with many design awards over the years. She started working as a jeweler and teacher in polymer clay and metal in the 1980’s. Since then, her fantastically imaginative contemporary art jewelry has won three Saul Bell awards and is featured in numerous books, galleries and museums.
Registration is closed for this event.