Glass Fusing Jewelry Class – $35
Class schedule (eight people per class):
Thursday from 2-5pm
Friday from 9am-12 noon and 1:30-4:30 pm
Saturday from 9am-12 noon
Marilyn Jobe will instruct you in how to fuse colored glass and metallic oxides to produce beautiful jewelry pieces. Students will leave the class with three one-of-a-kind works of art.
Marilyn has been an artist for 40+ years. She taught glass bead making at John C. Campbell Folk School, and is presently teaching glass fusing at William Holland Lapidary School in Young Harris, Georgia. Never idle, Marilyn has taken almost every class at William Holland, and is accomplished in painting, basket making, wire wrapping, and silversmithing.
Class cost is $35, which includes all materials and instruction.
Copper Pencil Cup Class – $30
Friday and Saturday 8am-12 noon (BOTH CLASSES ARE FULL)
This is an introduction to copper texture, soldering and color finishing. Learn the basics from start to finish on a great project. Class should take around 4 hours. Experience helps but is not necessary. I will have all tools needed to complete this project but feel free to bring anything that you will be comfortable using. We will be using hammers, chisels, punches, torch for soldering, and some power tools. The only thing I ask that you bring of your own is safety glasses.
Hope to see you there…. This is an example of one of my cups.
Green Coal Forging
“Beginners” will experience a two-hour session with instruction for $15 per session. More experienced blacksmiths who may want to learn or hone a particular skill will enjoy a two-hour, one-on-one with an assigned instructor.