MAR 7, 2020
Instructor: Mary Neuer Lee
Using fine silver metal clay, students will learn how to create pendants, balls and earrings. Suitable for the beginning and intermediate student, this engaging one day workshop will be packed with information and fun. Students new to the medium can expect to gain fundamental skills, while the experienced users can expect to learn or refine new techniques. Mary will provide access to a large collection of tools to use. Printed materials include instruction in addition to resources for students to continue their study.
You may wish to bring a few additional items: good magnifying glasses or close up lenses, lunch (or go out to get a quick lunch), tools if students already own them.
Materials fee of $55 due to instructor at start of class. This fee includes fine silver clay, CZ’s, handouts, and all supplies needed.
Mary Neuer Lee
Mary Neuer Lee has been a metal artist all her adult life and has shown work in many galleries including; Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino; Partners Gallery, Fort Bragg; Wolfard Gallery, Santa Rosa; Earthworks, Sonoma; Shidoni, Santa Fe; and Ansel Adams Gallery, Yosemite National Park. Mary has earned her Jeweler Certificates from the Santa Rosa Junior College; Revere Academy of the Jewelry Arts, San Francisco; The PMC Guild, and is an Accredited Instructor with Hadar Jacobsons Clay. She has studied jewelry making at the Richmond Art Center, Mendocino Art Center and the Arrowmont School of the Arts. Mary is currently working with and teaching Metal Clay. Her work is published in the PMC Guild Annual: Exceptional Work in Metal Clay: 2010 and 2011, The Handbook of Metal Clay Textures and Forms and Mixed Metal Jewelry from Metal Clay, Hadar Jacobson.