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Pebble Jewelry Workshop

Workshop led by Molly Sharp

Jan 20, 10am-4pm • $125 + $25 materials fee

Have you ever collected perfectly smooth, round pebbles from beaches, lakes and rivers and then wondered what to do with them?  This course offers the perfect solution! Using traditional silversmithing techniques, we’ll drill these natural, unpolished pebbles then transform them into earrings, pendants, bracelets and rings.  Sterling silver will be used to fabricate each piece into their unique designs.  Discover the song of the jeweler’s saw, the hum of the drill, the intrigue of cold connections, the intricacies of soldering and go home with three or four handmade works of art to wear….truly treasures form the earth.  Bring pebbles if you have them, but I will have a supply for you to choose form.  All other supplies and materials will be provided.  There will be a $25 materials fee.  Good eyesight, strong reading glasses, or optivisors are essential.


Acrylic Painting: Process and Possibilities

Workshop led by Cynthia L. Wilson

Feb 25, 10am-4pm • $125

Come enjoy the freedom that painting with acrylics can provide.  Learn to use transparent layers interspersed with opaque areas to create compositions with a limited palette.  Bring enthusiasm and let go of preconceived ideas about this wonderfully flexible medium.  Each artist may bring photographs to work with if they choose.  All materials provided, no experience necessary.  Acrylic paints are permanent on clothing so please dress casually.

Cynthia L. Wilson has displayed paintings in the National Academy of Design in NYC, as well as in the American Watercolor Society, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, South Carolina Watercolor Society and National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic. She has taught Process and Possibilities Workshops in Hendersonville and at Hemlocks Studios for over twenty years.