Illuminated Jewels
Illuminated Jewels

Illuminated Jewels

$120.00

Instructor: Gail Crosman-Moore
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm with a 1-hour lunch
Classroom: Oakland Room
Cost of Required Kit: $35

In this full day class students will take a plastic translucent material and turn it into a brooch or a pendant through the skills of modeling, moldmaking and painting.

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Illuminated JewelsIn this full day class students will take a plastic translucent material and turn it into a brooch or a pendant through the skills of modeling, moldmaking and painting.

Students will leave with at least one finished piece and the skills to create many more.

Instructor: Gail Crosman-Moore
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm with a 1-hour lunch
Classroom: Oakland Room
Cost of Required Kit: $35

Skill Level: All Levels

Technique Learned: Moldmaking, Modeling, Painting and Patina

Kit Includes:

  • clay
  • pigments
  • molding material
  • electrical component
  • tools

Supply list for students to bring:

  • Students will need to bring objects that they would like to use in the moldmaking process. Think rich texture on a jewelry scale. No ‘undercuts’ in the positive model, please. If you are unclear as to what an undercut is, this might help: An undercut is when the shape turns back on itself so that an object to be molded would not pull out without damaging the item, especially if it were of a soft material, i.e. the paper before hardened.

Gail Crosman-MooreAbout Gail Crosman-Moore:
Gail Crosman-Moore, an award winning, multi-disciplinary artist, brings to you many years of arts education, both as a teacher and student. Her BFA from Mass College was in the Art Education discipline, which is to say she was able to pursue any and all media.

Seduced and stimulated by so many things, surface, form, color and texture that can be readily interpreted through a myriad of materials paired with a lifelong obsession with the “Pod Form” work together as inspiration and a recipe for a “job” never completed.