CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS
For Jewelry and Small-Scale
Front Street Studio
1000 E. 2nd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45405
Monday Classes, 7-9:30 PM, beginning Jan 5, 2015
Thursday Classes, 1-3:30 PM, beginning Jan 8, 2014
Learn to make jewelry and small
sculpture using the lost wax technique. Emphasis
is on creating your own design in wax using such
techniques as carving and modeling, or working
with sheet wax.
The wax is imbedded in a plaster-like material
and then burned away. This leaves a space inside
the plaster into which the metal is poured. After
breaking away the plaster, the final object is
cleaned and polished or patinaed as desired.
Jewelry is usually cast in silver, but there will
be a class session devoted to casting bronze items.
(up to 6").
Limited to 9 students. Eight-week class.
Class fee, $225, includes the lab/materials for everything except your metal,
which can be purchased from the instructor at
Winter class will go for 3 weeks, with a winter break, and start back up March 9 and 12.
Intensive for Jewelry
Rosewood Arts Centre
Beginning March, 2015
Wednesday evenings, 7 PM to 9 PM
Silver soldering is one of the most important
techniques for the metals/jewelry student to master.
You'll learn to make a bezel with a set stone on a band ring and have a lovely finished piece at the end of the course.
Basic sawing and filing skills are required.
Limited to 12 students
$45 materials fee due to instructors at first
class. This will include the sterling silver and stone needed for the project.
Please call Rosewood, (937) 296-0294
Making a Pendant
K12 Gallery & TEJAS
341 S. Jefferson St.,
Learn to transfer and etch an image on copper. This project will involve creating a resist coating for the protected areas. The unprotected areas are then etched with a mild acid. Students will also learn, or sharpen their metalsmithing skills of sawing, filing, riveting and drilling.
Dates to be announced
11 AM to 1 PM.
$60 for members, $100 for non-members
Pease visit and "like" our facebook page, Mythic Silver, for photos of our classes and the student work.