Still To Come
Logan Woodle, Instructor
Enameled Botanicals Workshop
with Nash Quinn
July 9 & 10, 2022 was a great success.
Craft Alliance was the perfect studio to work in.
We learned so much and great tricks.
Virtual Studio Tours and Demo Series
April 2021 Demo
We learned to measure, and measure again.
We learned to draw tubing and wire down.
We learned how to use a tap and die tool.
We learned to use a caliper.
We learned to fit multiple parts exactly.
We learned how to wet pack and sift enamel.
In an effort to fill the huge void our cancelled workshops has created, we have started a series of member Studio Tours and Technique Demos. Here are the tours we have hosted so far. We are doing our best to stay in touch while staying apart. Stay healthy.
So you are ready for our future Studio Tours or Demos be sure you are signed up on Zoom. Sign in before the tour starts and click on the link we will provide you with just prior to our event and you will be good to go.
Apply to Teach
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A great selection of hammers makes forming metal a create task for the metalsmith.
Precisely painted powdered glass creates the exquisite result of Cloisonne enamel jewelry pieces.
Lots of pliers and files are an essential part of any metalsmiths tool box.