Who doesn’t want to add color to their jewelry? Let Deb Karash show you how. Deb brings color to metal using a technique more often used on paper. She creates beautiful jewelry by drawing on metal with Prismacolor pencils.
Who doesn’t want to add a little color to their jewelry, or maybe your own patterns and images? Let Deb Karash show you how. Deb brings color to metal using a technique more often used on paper. She creates beautiful jewelry by drawing on metal with Prismacolor pencils.
This class focuses on my technique for drawing on metal with colored pencils. Learn to add color and excitement to your work with my special technique. In this 3 day workshop, you should finish at least one pendant and several sample pieces. Fabrication techniques will be covered as time allows. All levels welcome.
Learn more about Deb’s work and read her bio here at www.debkarash.com
Workshop Price: $525
Materials Fee: $0
Attendees must register 30 days before the workshop begins.
Supplies: Please bring your basic hand tools. These include but are not limited to: Saw frame Saw blades #4/0 Lubricant for saw blades Bench Pin (unless they are available in the studio) Needle Files 1 sheet 80 grit Sandpaper Pliers (Round/Flat/etc.) Ultra flush cutters Tweezers Magnifying glasses or Optivisor (if needed) Sketch pad Pencil Half Round file #2 swiss file (6” or 8”, not a needle file) Needle Nose Pliers Rivet Hammer Non-marring hammer (delron, rawhide, etc) Steel Burnisher Center Punch Scissors Xacto knife and blades 3”x6” piece of 22 ga. Copper 3” X 6” piece of 22ga brass or sterling silver (for pins, pendants, earrings- optional) Used (heavily used is best) toothbrushes and a soft cloth such as t-shirt fabric Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Pencils- they must be “Premier Soft Core” because these are the wax-based pigment
If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact your instructor: Deb Karash firstname.lastname@example.org