New Resin Surface Techniques with Jillian Moore
Jillian Moore is a full time maker of sculptural objects and contemporary jewelry living in Iowa City, IA. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.
In this two-day workshop Jillian will demonstrate how to apply resin to 3-dimensional objects to create interesting, complex and durable surfaces. Participants will learn about applications relating to collage materials, found objects, paint, and stains to add luster and depth. The material can then be further manipulated in the form of carving, sanding and texturing to work toward a unique finish.
Participants are encouraged to bring in any small item they are interested in incorporating - pigment, glitter, dry organics, thread, printed text, images, wood, plastics, studio scraps and samples etc. (not larger than 3" in any dimension). Participants are encouraged to focus on the resin and surface work. There will be no fabricating in this class. If students bring in components for completed jewelry these must be ready to incorporate with anchors, posts etc. already prepared.
Check out her beautiful work at www.jillianmoore.net.
Registration DEADLINE: February 8th 2013
DATES: February 23 9:30-4:30 and February 24 9:30-4:30.
PRICE: SMG Members $250, non-members $295. Includes both days of the workshop and the student materials kit fee.
This amazing workshop will be held at Danaca Design at 5619 University Way Seattle WA 98105.
Each day will be filled with hands on training and you will be able to leave your work in the classroom overnight. Breaks will be offered for coffee and lunch. Please plan on returning on time so that you do not miss any of the great information shared in this workshop. Space is limited to sign up soon and share this opportunity with your friends.
Make gifts - shop - enjoy Seattle!
Please note this course will be cancelled 30 days prior to the event if there are not enough registrations.
Danaca Design (View)
5619 University WAY NE
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|