Jewelry & related upcoming events

    • Thursday, November 02, 2017
    • Thursday, December 07, 2017
    • 4 sessions
    • BARN-Jewelry Studio
    • 7

    This intermediate level class is for those that have completed a Beginning Jewelry class or two already.  You will have the opportunity to work on individual projects or work on the class project. The class project will be agreed upon at the first class. no class Thursday, 11/23/17.

    $20 material fee first class. please bring check or cash.

    Instructor: Jane Martin has taught jewelry making at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, for the Seattle Metals Guild, and the Bainbridge Island park department. Her jewelry is shown at Facere Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle. She has been making jewelry since she was in high school and has a BFA from University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

    Contact: JaneMartin4569@gmail.com


    • Monday, November 27, 2017
    • Tuesday, December 05, 2017
    • 4 sessions
    • BARN Woodshop, Class Code WO1117MC
    • 5
    Register
    Learn to make mosaic-like laminated blocks of exotic woods layered with bands of color, then mount your block onto the wood lathe and make a bottle stopper, pen, jewelry or other small item.

    The first session will focus on designing and laminating a base block, 1½ inches by 1½ inches by 16 inches, with layers of exotic woods and dyed maple veneer. In session 2, you will saw that block and either rearrange it or add more exotic woods and dyed veneer to create a second block with a more intricate pattern. In the final sessions, you will turn that to make a finished project.

    Details:

    • Depending on class size, students may be divided into two groups for the final session of this class, so that everyone will have a lathe to work at. One group woould meet from 6-9 pm on Monday, Dec. 4. The other group, on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 6-9 pm. When you register, you will see a place to indicate  which session you want. If the class size allows it, students may have two turning sessions each.
    • The materials fee is $25. Please pay at the first session.
    • The class is open to beginners without previous jewelry or woodworking experience.

    Instructors: Martha Collins will lead the first two sessions and Bruce Claiborne will teach the final sessions.

    Martha went to trade school in cabinetmaking in the 1970s and apprenticed in a shop where wooden jewelry was made. In 1983 she moved her family to the Northwest to a shop/house she designed and built.  At that time she had her jewelry in several galleries along the West Coast. In the mid-'90s, she worked for Admiral Marine, building the interiors of multimillion-dollar yachts. For the last  decade and half she has been participating in national juried art shows. Currently she participates in a few high-end shows and teaches her lamination techniques, including in her own studio, at the  Port Townsend School of Woodworking and at Pratt Art Center in Seattle.

    Bruce is a longtime woodturner. A retired high school teacher, he often volunteers to help students learn to turn in the Bainbridge High School woodshop.




    • Tuesday, November 28, 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • BARN Woodshop, Class Code WO1117-2MC
    • 3
    Register

    Make earrings or pendants vibrant with thin layers of exotic hardwoods and brightly colored veneers in this all-day class.

    Starting with laminated blocks prepared by the instructor, you will cut, shape and sand the pieces, bore and fit them with the necessary findings, and apply a clear finish.

    Details:

    • There is an additional materials fee of $35, payable by cash or check at the beginning of class.
    • The class is open to beginners without previous jewelry or woodworking experience.

    Instructor: Martha Collins went to trade school in cabinetmaking in the 1970s and apprenticed in a shop where wooden jewelry was made. In 1983 she moved her family to the Northwest to a shop/house she designed and built.  At that time she had her jewelry in several galleries along the West Coast. In the mid-'90s, she worked for Admiral Marine, building the interiors of multimillion-dollar yachts. For the last  decade and half she has been participating in national juried art shows. Currently she participates in a few high-end shows and teaches her lamination techniques, including in her own studio, at the  Port Townsend School of Woodworking and at Pratt Art Center in Seattle.


    • Tuesday, November 28, 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Jewelry studio, BARN, 8890 Three Tree Lane, BI WA 98110
    • 2
    Register
    This class is designed for participants who have previous experience making jewelry. People need to demonstrate basic tool use and studio safety.

    Areas covered for Skills Class:

    safety and use of shears, torches, flex-shafts, disc cutter, rolling mill, polishing wheel 


    This class is offered on other dates. Please see calendar. You only need to sign up for one class date.

    Contact: Jane Martin at janemartin4569@gmail.com



    • Wednesday, November 29, 2017
    • Wednesday, December 06, 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Jewelry Studio JE1117SJ
    • 2
    Register

    This class is designed for the curious new metal artist or someone looking for a fun and easy gift for the holidays. Beginning and all levels of experience welcome. Youth are welcome, ages 10 and up.

    The class will start you of with introductory metal and tool information and instruction. By the end of the class you will leave with a finished customized pendant, charm or key chain hand made entirely by you!

    There is an additional $15 material fee that covers the costs of the first project. This material fee will be added to the class tuition when you register on line. If you pay by check please add the $15.

    Member: $54 + $15 material fee = Total: $69
    Non-Member: $65 + $15 Material Fee = Total: $80

    Students may purchase additional metals and sterling silver during class for additional projects.

    If you are registering you and your child to do this project together, please register you and your child separately.

    Instructor Bio:
    Sarah Jones is a local Bainbridge Island artist and jeweler. A proud alumna and self proclaimed class addict at BARN. With a background in ceramics and sculpting Sarah started her journey into metal arts with studio lead Jane Martin back at Yeolmalt Cabin.

    She is on the BARN Jewelry/Fine Metal Arts steering committee and runs the open studio program. 

    Sarah sells her art to private collectors and her work can be viewed on Instagram @SarahJonesJewelry.





    • Saturday, December 02, 2017
    • Sunday, December 03, 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Jewelry Studio
    • 0

    Sorry, but this event is now sold out. You can join the waitlist and we will send you an email when additional spaces become available.

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    In this class, students start out learning to use the tools and equipment, such as the pitch bowl and chasing hammer, for chasing and repoussé, while experimenting with the effects of these tools on sheet copper. The traditional approach of lining (chasing) the front of the metal and punching out (repoussé) from the back is next. Finally the students learn texturing and refining techniques. This class is process and sample oriented. Students will learn techniques they can use to make finished work in the future.

    Additional Materials Fee: $40. Please bring a check or cash to the first day of class.

    The studio will have all that you need for the weekend workshop but you are welcome to bring your own tools.
    Please bring if you have but no need to buy: safety glasses with sides, reading glasses, ear protection, Cotton apron or you can wear all cotton clothes, Closed-toe shoes, Design ideas/drawings that can be translated to 3”x 3” sheets of metal. You can use Clip-Art images for the first exercises, original drawings or designs the instructor will bring. You will create a simple original design for your final piece(s), Any chasing tools you already own (instructor will help with adapting them and cleaning them up if necessary) and lunch or you can go out. 


    Instructor Bio:
    Nancy Mēgan Corwin is a jeweler/metalsmith, teacher, curator and writer in the field of art metals specializing in the ancient techniques of chasing and repoussé. Mēgan has artwork in a number of private collections throughout the United States, as well as The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England, the permanent collection of The State University of New Mexico-Las Cruces Art Gallery, and at the Tacoma Art Museum, Washington. Mēgan is the author of the technique and gallery book “Chasing and Repoussé: Methods Ancient and Modern,” which is in it’s second printing and is published internationally. Mēgan is represented by Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle, WA.

    Recommended book: “Chasing and Repousse: Methods Ancient and Modern” by Nancy Megan Corwin

    Contact: Jane Martin at Jewelry.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org


    • Monday, December 04, 2017
    • Wednesday, December 13, 2017
    • 4 sessions
    • BARN Woodshop, Class Code WO1217MC
    • 7
    Register
    Learn to make mosaic-like laminated blocks of exotic woods layered with bands of color, then mount your block onto the wood lathe and make a bottle stopper, pen, jewelry or other small item.

    The first session of this three-session class will focus on designing and laminating a base block, 1½ inches by 1½ inches by 16 inches, with layers of exotic woods and dyed maple veneer. In session 2, you will saw that block and either rearrange it or add more exotic woods and dyed veneer to create a second block with a more intricate pattern. In the final session, you will turn that to make a finished project.

    Details:

    • Students will be divided into two groups for the final session of this class, so that everyone will have a lathe to work at. One group will meet from 6-9 pm on Monday, Dec. 11. The other group, on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 6-9 pm. When you register, you will see a place to indicate  which session you want.
    • The materials fee is $25. Please pay at the first session.
    • The class is open to beginners without previous jewelry or woodworking experience.

    Instructors: Martha Collins will lead the first two sessions and Jamie Straw will teach the final sessions.

    Martha went to trade school in cabinetmaking in the 1970s and apprenticed in a shop where wooden jewelry was made. In 1983 she moved her family to the Northwest to a shop/house she designed and built.  At that time she had her jewelry in several galleries along the West Coast. In the mid-'90s, she worked for Admiral Marine, building the interiors of multimillion-dollar yachts. For the last  decade and half she has been participating in national juried art shows. Currently she participates in a few high-end shows and teaches her lamination techniques, including in her own studio, at the  Port Townsend School of Woodworking and at Pratt Art Center in Seattle.

    Jamie has been turning for about two years. She is the vVce President for Education and Training for the local woodturners association.


    • Tuesday, December 05, 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • BARN Woodshop, Class code: WO-JE1217MC
    • 6
    Register

    Make earrings or pendants vibrant with thin layers of exotic hardwoods and brightly colored veneers in this all-day class.

    Starting with laminated blocks prepared by the instructor, you will cut, shape and sand the pieces, bore and fit them with the necessary findings, and apply a clear finish.

    Details:

    •  An additional materials fee of $35, will be added to the class total when you register online.
    • The class is open to beginners without previous jewelry or woodworking experience.

    Instructor: Martha Collins went to trade school in cabinetmaking in the 1970s and apprenticed in a shop where wooden jewelry was made. In 1983 she moved her family to the Northwest to a shop/house she designed and built.  At that time she had her jewelry in several galleries along the West Coast. In the mid-'90s, she worked for Admiral Marine, building the interiors of multimillion-dollar yachts. For the last  decade and half she has been participating in national juried art shows. Currently she participates in a few high-end shows and teaches her lamination techniques, including in her own studio, at the  Port Townsend School of Woodworking and at Pratt Art Center in Seattle.


    • Wednesday, December 06, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • BARN Jewelry Studio, 8890 Three Tree Lane
    • 2
    Register

    Weaving beads on a loom was invented by Native Americans and is a beautiful and traditional art form. In this workshop you will learn how to make a simple beading loom, and how to string your loom based on the pattern you have selected. A wide variety of graphs and beads will available to choose from ~ you decide how easy or challenging you would like your project to be! A variety of finishing techniques will also be discussed. A fun and traditional art form to explore or expand on and perhaps a holiday gift to cross off your list!


    An additional Materials Fee of $15 will be added to the total cost of the class when you register online.

    Class: BEGINNERS


    Teacher Bio: Chris Eisenberg discovered beading while recovering from an accident and the resulting traumatic brain injury. Beading was her therapy and credits it for helping her become whole again. Chris has a doctorate in classical piano performance from the University of Northern Colorado and am a performance coach and collaborator at Central Washington University. She has previously taught workshops at the Autumn Artist Retreat and in the Iron Mountain Arts studio near Port Gamble. 

    Contact Studio Lead: Jane Martin at janemartin4569@gmail.com


    • Saturday, December 09, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • BARN Jewelry Studio JE1217-2SJ
    • 1
    Register

    This class is designed for the curious new metal artist or someone looking for an easy gift idea for the holidays. Beginning and all levels of experience welcome. Youth are welcome, ages 10 and up.

    The class will start you off with introductory metal and tool information and instruction. By the end of the class you will leave with a finished customized pendant, charm or key chain hand made entirely by you!

    There is an additional $15 material fee that covers the costs of the first project. This material fee will be added to the class tuition when you register on line. If you pay by check please add the $15.

    Member: $54 + $15 material fee = Total: $69
    Non-Member: $65 + $15 Material Fee = Total: $80

    Students may purchase additional metals and sterling silver during class for additional projects.

    If you are registering you and your child to do this project together, please register you and your child separately.

    Instructor Bio:
    Sarah Jones is a local Bainbridge Island artist and jeweler. A proud alumna and self proclaimed class addict at BARN. With a background in ceramics and sculpting Sarah started her journey into metal arts with studio lead Jane Martin back at Yeolmalt Cabin.

    She is on the BARN Jewelry/Fine Metal Arts steering committee and runs the open studio program. 

    Sarah sells her art to private collectors and her work can be viewed on Instagram @SarahJonesJewelry.




    • Sunday, December 10, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code: JE1217SJ
    • 8
    Register

    Handmade holiday fun for all! Come learn how to make a copper wire star form with threaded bead treasures.

    This class is designed for all ages and experience levels. Children ages 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult. If you will be attending with your child and you each want to do a star, please register both you and your child separately, using your email address as a contact. If you will only be supervising and helping a child under 10, please register just the child and use your email contact info.

    All materials and tools will be provided for project use in class.

    There is an additional $5 material fee that covers the costs of the project. This material fee will be added to the class tuition when you register on line. If you pay by check please add the $5.

    Member: $20 + $5 material fee = Total: $25
    Non-Member: $25 + $15 Material Fee = Total: $30

    You are also welcom to bring your own special treasures to add a personal touch to your creations if you would like. 

    Instructor Bio:
    Instructor: Sarah Jones is a local Bainbridge Island artist and jeweler. A proud alumna and and self proclaimed class addict at BARN.

    With a background in ceramics and sculpting Sarah started her journey into metal arts with studio lead Jane Martin back at Yeolmalt Cabin.

    She is on the BARN Jewelry/Fine Metal Arts steering committee and runs the open studio program. 

    Sarah sells her art to private collectors, her work can be viewed on Instagram, @sarahjonesjewlery

    Contact: Jane Martin Jewelry.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

    • Tuesday, December 12, 2017
    • Thursday, December 14, 2017
    • 3 sessions
    • BARN, Jewelry Studio, Class Code: JE1217JM
    • 4
    Register


    In this three session class you will learn to make sterling silver rings and set a cabochon stone. Sawing, filing, hammering, rolling textures, polishing and soldering will be covered. Wear your rings home at the end of the class. Beginning level, ages 14 years and above.

    Material fee: $20 cash or check due Tuesday, plus sterling silver.

    INSTRUCTOR: Jane Martin has taught jewelry making at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, for the Seattle Metals Guild, and the Bainbridge Island park department. Her jewelry is shown at Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle.


    • Sunday, December 17, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • 2
    Register

    During this class you will learn and practice basic soldering skills, learn soldering techniques, and jewelry craftsmanship through demos and exercises that are designed to introduce skills, increase your knowledge about chain and linked construction, as well as, give you tips and tools that will make soldering simple with a variety of solders.

    The focus of the class will be on ancient easy and affordable chain. Chain varieties will include making jump-rings, Egyptian spirals, wobble and crazy links!

    All skill levels welcome. 

    Brass and copper wire are provided. Please either bring your own sterling silver wire or buy from BARN.

    The teacher requests: A wide variety of shapes and gauges of wire are available and are great to add to your visual vocabulary for designs! 16-26 gauge round and square sterling silver, fine silver, & copper can be helpful to create some great designs. You can use heavier gauge wires for a bulkier look or finer wires for delicate connecting links.  

    Class tuition: 
    Included in fee ( $53 + $12 materials = $65 member)
    ( $63 + $ 12 = $75 non member)

    Instructor: Jennifer Stenhouse
    jenniferstenhouse@yahoo.com





    • Thursday, January 04, 2018
    • Thursday, January 25, 2018
    • 4 sessions
    • BARN-Jewelry Studio
    • 9
    Register

    This intermediate level class is for those that have completed a Beginning Jewelry class or two already.  You will have the opportunity to work on individual projects or work on the class project. The class project will be agreed upon at the first class. 

    $20 material fee first class. please bring check or cash.

    Instructor: Jane Martin has taught jewelry making at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, for the Seattle Metals Guild, and the Bainbridge Island park department. Her jewelry is shown at Facere Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle. She has been making jewelry since she was in high school and has a BFA from University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

    Contact: JaneMartin4569@gmail.com


    • Saturday, January 06, 2018
    • Sunday, January 07, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Jewelry studios, 8890 Three Tree Lane, Bainbridge Island WA
    • 0

    Sorry, but this event is now sold out. You can join the waitlist and we will send you an email when additional spaces become available.

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    Spend a fast fun packed weekend learning the process of lost wax casting! This is an intensive introduction to lost wax casting and its applications for jewelry design, functional objects, and art metal forms. Students will learn the entire process of lost wax casting, including wax carving, model making, investing, centrifugal casting and finishing. Topics will cover the proper use of tools and equipment to carve waxes to create successful models for casting. Design elements that relate to better cast objects and how to work with the jewelry industry will also be discussed. The primary focus on day one will be on how to quickly create models, use wax working tools and investing. Day two will be concentrated on casting and finishing.

    Since it is a lot of information and a fast paced workshop, grab your coffee, courage, pack a lunch, and maybe some snacks to share!

    Materials recommended: Students will be provided with some bronze to cast, tools and equipment to do the lessons in the studio, but students have to provide fearless creativity, the design ideas and put in some work to complete them! Students are also encouraged to bring clean scrap Sterling or Sterling casting grain.

    The tools listed below are helpful work working in the studio to create the wax models. If students have their own jewelry tools, they are encouraged to bring them. Bring ‘em if you've got ‘em! If you don't, we've got you covered!

    Additional materials cost of $25 for casting supplies will be applied to the class fee when you register and pay on line.

    You can buy sterling silver for casting from the Jewelry Studio or bring your own..

    Bring if you have: dental tools. Exacto knife/tools, Nylon hose, fabric Wax burs. 400 grit sandpaper.  Stones to set, scrap sterling to cast, spiral wax blades, hot tools, wax files. 

    Contact Jane Martin at: janemartin4569@gmail.com with any questions.

    Instructor: Jennifer Stenhouse is a jewelry maker and sculptor living and working in Seattle. She has been teaching Metalsmithing and casting since 1992. She developed the Metalsmithing program at Savannah College of Art and Design, taught at the Vermont Art Exchange, and currently teaches in the Seattle area.

    • Tuesday, January 09, 2018
    • Tuesday, January 30, 2018
    • 4 sessions
    • BARN-Jewelry Studio
    • 10
    Register

    This is a great opportunity for you to continue working
    on your projects. Ongoing students may work on a project together or work independently. This is a class where students can solder on their own.

    This is a 4 sessions class held on Tuesdays for the month of October.

    Material Costs: $20

    Instructor: Jane Martin

    Instructor Bio:

    Jane Martin has taught jewelry making at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, for the Seattle Metals Guild, and the Bainbridge Island park department. Her jewelry is shown at Facere Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle. She has been making jewelry since she was in high school and has a BFA from University of the Arts, Philadelphia.

    Contact: JaneMartin4569@gmail.com


    • Tuesday, January 09, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code: JE0118JL
    • 4
    Register

    In this 3 hour class for intermediate and advanced students, you will get a chance to learn how to flush set round faceted stones.  Along with some basic stone setting information, you will get some practice time before you start your project.  You will have a choice of projects all of which would make fabulous Valentine’s Day gifts.  Bring cash if you want to upgrade to silver.   

    Students Bring: Please bring to class if you have (Magnification, Bench Mate vice, micro burnishers, setting and hart burs, safe files and sticky wax). If you don’t have these things, just bring a good attitude, because we have enough to share.  Copper is included in class fee, silver is extra.


    Instructor: Jody Lyle is a goldsmith with over 23 years of experience designing and making jewelry. It all started in a high school jewelry class which lead to a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of North Texas , to be followed by many jewelry classes and workshops all over the west. Outside of the classroom, the world’s influences continued to inspire her with travels to places to view art in Egypt, Greece, Mexico, and the British Isles. Jody’s jewelry collections have been shown throughout New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, the San Francisco bay area, and now on Bainbridge Island. Jody continues to hone her skills, acquiring new techniques and is continually expanding the definition of her jewelry. As a child Jody learned that for a day to be satisfying, one had to make something. This is simple but it still holds true.


    Email: jody@jodylyle.com


    • Saturday, January 20, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • 4
    Register

    Join us for this Beginners/Intermediate one day cold forging class. What is cold forging? Cold forging mean we will be hammering the annealed metal at room temperature. Using hammers and saws we will divide and shape a copper rod into a double ring shape. Learn to anneal, move, taper and flare the metal. It doesn’t have to end up being a ring, you can push this design as far as you want to. The goal is to learn how to get the metal to do what you want, when hammered.    

    Students Please Bring: Earplugs, any hammers they want to use for smithing or texturing, files and pliers. BARN has plenty of mandrels to use during the class. Bring any heavy gauge silver wire you want to use instead of  copper (8 gauge or heavier). Please wear comfortable shoes that protect you toes.  Copper is included in class fee, silver is extra.

    Instructor: Jody Lyle is a goldsmith with over 23 years of experience designing and making jewelry. It all started in a high school jewelry class which lead to a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of North Texas , to be followed by many jewelry classes and workshops all over the west. Outside of the classroom, the world’s influences continued to inspire her with travels to places to view art in Egypt, Greece, Mexico, and the British Isles. Jody’s jewelry collections have been shown throughout New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, the San Francisco bay area, and now on Bainbridge Island. Jody continues to hone her skills, acquiring new techniques and is continually expanding the definition of her jewelry. As a child Jody learned that for a day to be satisfying, one had to make something. This is simple but it still holds true.


    Email: jody@jodylyle.com



    • Saturday, February 03, 2018
    • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code: JE0118JL
    • 8
    Register

    In this 3 hour class for intermediate and advanced students, you will get a chance to learn how to flush set round faceted stones.  Along with some basic stone setting information, you will get some practice time before you start your project.  You will have a choice of projects all of which would make fabulous Valentine’s Day gifts.  Bring cash if you want to upgrade to silver.   

    Students Bring: Please bring to class if you have (Magnification, Bench Mate vice, micro burnishers, setting and hart burs, safe files and sticky wax). If you don’t have these things, just bring a good attitude, because we have enough to share.  Copper is included in class fee, silver is extra.


    Instructor: Jody Lyle is a goldsmith with over 23 years of experience designing and making jewelry. It all started in a high school jewelry class which lead to a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of North Texas , to be followed by many jewelry classes and workshops all over the west. Outside of the classroom, the world’s influences continued to inspire her with travels to places to view art in Egypt, Greece, Mexico, and the British Isles. Jody’s jewelry collections have been shown throughout New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, the San Francisco bay area, and now on Bainbridge Island. Jody continues to hone her skills, acquiring new techniques and is continually expanding the definition of her jewelry. As a child Jody learned that for a day to be satisfying, one had to make something. This is simple but it still holds true.


    Email: jody@jodylyle.com


    • Thursday, February 15, 2018
    • Thursday, February 22, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code: JE0118JL
    • 8
    Register

    Join us for this Beginners/Intermediate one day cold forging class. What is cold forging? Cold forging mean we will be hammering the annealed metal at room temperature. Using hammers and saws we will divide and shape a copper rod into a double ring shape. Learn to anneal, move, taper and flare the metal. It doesn’t have to end up being a ring, you can push this design as far as you want to. The goal is to learn how to get the metal to do what you want, when hammered.    


    Students Please Bring: Please bring to class if you have (Magnification, Bench Mate vice, micro burnishers, setting and hart burs, safe files and sticky wax). If you don’t have these things, just bring a good attitude, because we have enough to share. 
    Copper is included in class fee, silver is extra.


    Instructor: Jody Lyle is a goldsmith with over 23 years of experience designing and making jewelry. It all started in a high school jewelry class which lead to a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from the University of North Texas , to be followed by many jewelry classes and workshops all over the west. Outside of the classroom, the world’s influences continued to inspire her with travels to places to view art in Egypt, Greece, Mexico, and the British Isles. Jody’s jewelry collections have been shown throughout New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, the San Francisco bay area, and now on Bainbridge Island. Jody continues to hone her skills, acquiring new techniques and is continually expanding the definition of her jewelry. As a child Jody learned that for a day to be satisfying, one had to make something. This is simple but it still holds true.


    Email: jody@jodylyle.com


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