Instructor: Jacquelyn Koba
In this introductory class, students will cover basic fundamentals of wire wrapping, basic overview of wire gauges and tools, and will learn to wire wrap their own custom size rings using brass or silver wire and handmade lamp-work bead.
All materials and tools included. There will be a variety of beads to choose from. Students will be able to make and take home 2 rings.
Registration Required: Deadline is June 27th
Covid Update: Due to current Covid-19 guidelines we are asking all interested students if you are fully vaccinated, as a part of our registration process. At this time you do not need to be fully vaccinated in order to participate in in-person workshops. This information will only be used for the View Center for Art and Culture to prepare proper seating for our classes in accordance with CDC and New York State guidelines. Masks and social distancing is required if you have not yet been fully vaccinated and or have not provided proof of vaccination to the front desk.
About Jacquelyn: Jacquelyn is a full time freelance artist for the last 20 years, specialized in Lampworking Glass, Jewelry Design, Metalsmithing and Painting. Her home studio is nestled in small town in the foothills of Adirondacks. As for formal education Jacquelyn attended PrattMWP and received Fine Arts degree , BA in Psychology from SUNY Poly and still continues to attends workshops and classes. For more about Jacquelyn and to see her work, visit: www.elementsbyjacquelyn.com/