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Metal Clay Classes

I have a full service studio in Silverton Oregon & host group classes as well as private lessons in Metal Clays. 

Private Lesson- $30/hr plus cost of metal clay & gem stones.

 

Materials vary in price and can be worked out in advance of private lesson. 

Use of tools, molds & studio are included in cost of class and lesson.

 

Kiln firing fee is $10 for those who create at home but just need firing in a kiln. Please contact me for more information.

 

I often show my own personal designs and creations in the photographs to advertise for classes. All of my proprietary jewelry pieces are for sale.

 

I will support you to create your own personal pieces using commercial stamps & pre made molds & textures which are available for your use during classes.

 

My proprietary hand created textures & carvings will not be available for student use during classes. Thank you for understanding.

Due to covid 19 I will hold no in person classes until it is safe. sign up for emails to update you on timing of new offerings

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Classroom set up in
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Art Clay Silver class projects & Students

Class Cancellation policy- If you sign up for a class and register online you may cancel for full refund 7 days prior to class. If you cancel after that for any reason there will be no refund for the class. Please know that I attempt to be flexible but the planning and purchasing of supplies is expensive. Things happen and life can be a big mystery. Unfortunately, it is too hard to run a small shoestring business without a policy. This policy is consistent with the industry standards. 

After several years of "playing" with Metal Clay and taking several classes myself, I took the dive and received my Level 1 certification from Art Clay World. I love bringing this art/craft to people who would otherwise think metal work is too scary. If you can handle a roller, cookie cutter & texture plates/molds you can create a lovely piece of jewelry that you can treasure. I have a couple of quick videos on youtube, in addition to the one above, you can access here for more information: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2vgdfYGZL5nkOR8AowqOiQ