Lentils

Metal Clay Lentil Beads

$120.00

Instructor: Cindy Pankopf
Date: Sunday, November 5, 2017
Time: 9am – 6pm with a 2-hour lunch
Classroom: 205
Cost of Required Kit: $65

Create hollow beads without a burnable form! You’ll use stencils to emboss raised designs into the clay, then how to dome the clay. You will also use dry assembly techniques to put the beads together.
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LentilsCreate hollow beads without a burnable form! You’ll use stencils to emboss raised designs into the clay, then how to dome the clay. You will also use dry assembly techniques to put the beads together.

Students will make several beads of different size in class.

Instructor: Cindy Pankopf
Date: Sunday, November 5, 2017
Time: 9am – 6pm with a 2-hour lunch
Classroom: 205
Cost of Required Kit: $65

Skill Level: Beginner  Students should have a basic working knowledge of silver metal clay.

Technique Learned: Metal Clay

Kit Includes:

  • 20g silver metal clay
  • use of: silver clay syringe, stencils, cutters, drill bits, broaches, consumables, firing supplies

Supply list for students to bring: Tool kits with all of the required tools will be available for purchase in class.

  • work surface
  • rolling papers
  • 12 piece graduated slat set
  • roller
  • rubber block with a hole
  • fine tip paintbrush
  • cutter scraper
  • brass brush
  • burnisher
  • sanding sponge set
  • sanding sticks
  • sanding needle
  • dusting brush
  • polishing pads
  • micro-mesh polishing pads
  • polishing cloth
  • pro-polish pads
  • task lamp

Cindy PankopfAbout Cindy Pankopf:
Cindy’s 15 year career as a graphic designer is the foundation of her current profession as a jewelry designer / instructor / author. She began with designing and teaching seed beading classes then expanded into metal clay. She is proud to be one of only 7 certified Master Art Clay Silver Instructors in North America, and enjoys creating new designs that will expand her students’ skills and combine different materials.

Cindy teaches classes of her own designs in metal clay and beading regularly. Her goal is to broaden the scope of her techniques and continue designing, and sharing with others. She enjoys instructing locally at her store Cindy Pankopf’s Creative Place in Santa Ana, California and nationally at the Bead and Button Show and other venues.

Cindy has received several awards. She has placed twice in Bead Dreams, was a Finalist in the Toho Emerging Bead Artist and the Silver Accessory contest. Cindy is the author of Beadmaille: Jewelry with Bead Weaving & Metal Rings, and The Absolute Beginners Guide to Making Metal Clay Jewelry. Cindy has also been featured in publications such as Bead & Button and Art Jewelry Magazine.