Metalwork Description: Cold enameling is a new art process utilizing micas, enameling powders, glass glitter, and other surface mediums in conjunction with a glass-like product called ICE Resin. These mediums, used in tandem with time-honored metalworking techniques, add color and texture to metal without the use of a torch or kiln.
Students will Learn: New cold enameling techniques; using patinas on metal; embedding objects into resin; using resin as a glue for attachment; using micro nuts and screws as cold-join attachments.
Project will be completed in class.
At least 16 years old.
Supplies to Bring: Ball-peen hammer, bench block, flush-cut wire cutters, fine steel woool or green kitchen scrubbie, baby wipes.
Pliers: Chainnose without grooves, flush end-cutting, standard needlenose, standard roundnose, hole punch pliers.
Materials in Kit: Brass cuff blank, micro bolts, rhinestone chain, patina, French text, ICE Resin plunger, mica, all powders for cold enameling. A portion of this kit underwritten by ICE Resin.
Limit: One seat per person per class.
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