Exploring Polymer Clay
July 15 & 16 | 9 - 4
Polymer clay is a fun, forgiving, and often surprising medium with unlimited possibilities. You will learn basic techniques including building canes, mokume gane, and photo transfer. Whether you have no experience with polymer clay or are looking for a creative boost, there will be opportunities to make everything from jewelry to journal covers and more. Individual exploration is always encouraged. All tools and materials will be provided, but students are encouraged to bring their own pasta roller if it is dedicated exclusively to polymer clay. Or, just bring your enthusiasm! You will leave with your own pieces of art and perhaps a desire to explore more polymer possibilities. A supply list will be sent prior to class.
Lynne Bergschultz is an illustrator, designer, educator, and fiber artist with a passion for polymer. Since discovering polymer clay over 15 years ago, she has produced countless original buttons, shawl pins, and jewelry. Her work has been published in national craft magazines and sold in galleries, shops (including The Clearing’s Bookstore!) and festivals around the country. Lynne never tires of working with the little blocks of color, continues to explore new methods and loves sharing her passion with others.
Tuition: $185 (lunch included each day)
Materials Fee: $25.00 payable to The Clearing at registration for polymer clay, jewelry findings, journal materials, condiment spreaders and adhesives
Location: Jens Jensen Visitor Center
To take this class
Total Cost: $210.00
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