I'm just getting around to visiting your blog and I see that the Museum has a wonderful jewelry/metals program. Have you had a chance to check it out? I'm afraid if I were there I'd become a groupie!
Hi Barbara!I have taken a beginners Silversmithing jewelry class at MWP. It's pretty good, but I got to the soldering part, and didn't like it.But the advanced classes taught by Chris Irick (www.chrisirick.com) are supposed to be VERY good, the best in the area.
Yep, soldering is like golf, it takes a lot of practice to be good! You have joined the ranks of legions who, like me, have struggled with it!
Congrats to Lisa...what an incredible necklace she has won!!! You outdid yourself creating this one, Lorelei! Happy New Year to you and Joe!
I'm in shock! I am so excited to win!! What a great way to start the new year! I had entered and won before even seeing the necklace you made. It is really awesome, and made with components from all my favorite artists! The art museum you work at sounds really cool. I hope I get a chance to visit it one day! Thanks for another great giveaway!!Lisa
Congratulations to the winner!!!
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