Happy New Year!!! Sorry I have been not communicating. On December 31, we moved so my life has been full of boxes, achy muscles and dry hands from handling cardboard. Despite that, it feels good to finally feel somewhat settled.
If you want to learn how to make jewelry or just add some new techniques to your skillset, I wanted to share with you some classes that are coming up that are utterly fabulous.
1. Stephanie Lee
Stephanie is amazing. She is teaching an online course called, “Homesteader’s Metalsmithing Revamped” starting January 20. I took her first class and the data was exchange in abundance but not overwhelming. I loved that I could watch it over and over and really understand the technique. For information about the class go to: http://stephanielee.typepad.com/stephanie_lee_studios/the-time-has-come-my-comprehensive-non-traditional-metal-smithing-class-homesteaders-metalsmithing-has-received-a-m.html.
2. Terri Brush
It’s astonishing what Terri Brush can do with a soldering iron. She has several classes and a new class called, “NEW Online Soldering class intermediate soldering online ecourse on demand Terri Brush.” So if you are a beginner or more advanced she has something for you. Terri is very generous in sharing her knowledge without being intimidating. To find out more click: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TerriBrushDesigns?ref=l2-shopheader-name.
3. Art Retreat in the Desert
If Tucson is your destination the beginning of February or you live in the area, Barb Solem is doing “Art Retreat in Tucson”. The instructors are top-notch and it’s a great way to mingle and play with people who have a common interest. Barb Solem started these retreats. She is one of the kindest people you would ever want to meet not to mention talented. To check out the retreat go to: http://www.artretreatinthedesert.com/.
Okay back to unpacking boxes.
Sparkles and fun,