Multi-Layered Color Pencil Pendant
Multi-Layered Color Pencil PendantMulti-Layered Color Pencil PendantMulti-Layered Color Pencil Pendant

Multi-Layered Color Pencil Pendant

$120.00

Instructor: Mary Karg
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm with a 1-hour lunch
Classroom: 207
Cost of Required Kit: $25

Experience the ease of completing the Multi-Layered Color Pencil Pendant by using a riveting hammer or a hammerhead attachment on a flex shaft to create a multilayered, dimensional pendant with rivets.
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Multi-Layered Color Pencil PendantExperience the ease of completing the Multi-Layered Color Pencil Pendant by using a riveting hammer or a hammerhead attachment on a flex shaft to create a multilayered, dimensional pendant with rivets. Coloring on metal using colored pencils will be an integral part of the project.

Instructor: Mary Karg
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm with a 1-hour lunch
Classroom: 207
Cost of Required Kit: $25

Skill Level: All Levels

Technique Learned: Metalwork

Kit Includes:

  • patterned sheets of brass and copper
  • rivets
  • patina
  • half-drilled pearl
  • use of pencils, patinas, special drill bits

Supply list for students to bring: The metal tools can be shared by several students, so register with a friend!

  • chain nose pliers
  • round nose pliers
  • scissors
  • paper & pencil
  • reading glasses and task lamp with extension cord if needed
  • optional:
    Prismacolor premier color pencils
    Dremel or Flex Shaft with clamp stand
    drop bead, pearl if desired
    If students have riveting hammer, metal shears (Mary uses Joyce Chin kitchen shears), dapping blocks, metal bench block, round nose pliers, they should bring them

Mary KargAbout Mary Karg:
I’ve had some great teachers along the way:  Juanita Hill, John Winter, Jim Smircich, Robert Dancik, Jillian Moore, Deb Karash, Met Innmon, Kim St. Jean, Kaska Firor, Astrid Reidel, Marjorie Langston and Terry Hale. And I’ve had some terrific students that inspired me more than they will know.

I’m usually plugging away in my studio in Loveland at the Loveland Art Studios on Main.  But I have been known to schlep my stuff to various parts of the U.S. I’ve done the big shows like Tucson, Bead & Button, and Bead Fest, but I also really like the intimacy of trunk shows (maybe I’m just getting old).  I’ve been fortunate to have my work grace the pages of Bead & Button, Lapidary Journal, 1000 Glass Beads, 500 Beaded Objects, Beads of Glass, Glass Bead Evolution, Soda Lime Times and in exhibits and traveling shows.