Explore Alternative Surfaces for Metal

Explore Alternative Surfaces for Metal class will be taught by Chau Nguyen at the Livingston Center for Art & Culture on Saturday, October 14 from 10 AM to 5 PM with a break for lunch (bring your own).

Do you love playing with fire and banging on metal? If you answer yes, then sign up! The goal of this class is to show you how to create unique metal surfaces using various techniques like metal texturing, embossing, fire painting & colored pencils painting. Using copper sheeting, students will cut shapes with metal shears, prep the edges, and then apply different ways to texture and embellish the metal surfaces. Doming, cold connection and wire balling will also be included. These are great skills for expanding your jewelry making repertoire! Class fee covers the use of class tools and supplies and two wire choker necklaces. Participants will assemble their work into two finished pendants ready to wear or for gift giving!

.Cost is $115 for members and $130 for non-members and includes all materials.

For more details go to www.livingstoncenter.org, call 406-222-5222 or email kathy@livingstoncenter.org.

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Chau has been making jewelry for ten plus years. She is a self-taught artist and has taken classes with other well-known Montana and national jewelry artists. Her work is represented locally in Livingston galleries, on her Etsy shop and at art festivals.

In 2016, Chau was awarded a Strategic Investment Grant by the Montana Art Council which allowed her to travel to Milwaukee and take a number of workshops taught by recognized artists at the 2016 Bead & Button Show.

Day and Time
1 Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm
Oct 14
Minimum Age
Phone: 406-222-5222
Event Fee(s)
Members $ 115.00
Non-members $ 130.00
Livingston Center for Art and Culture
119 South Main Street
Livingston, MT 59047

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