See an Exhibition

See an Exhibition
Future Exhibitions and Workshops

Adornment Adored

October 3rd – November 6th, 2009
opening reception on Saturday, October 3rd, from 6 to 8 pm.
Admission is free.
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Baltimore Clayworks hosts the exhibition Adornment Adored, a showcase of body ornamentation using clay and clay-like materials. This exhibition runs October 3rd – November 6th, 2009 with an opening reception on Saturday, October 3rd, from 6 to 8 pm. Admission is free. Adornment Adored , focuses on beautiful and exquisite jewelry made with ceramic, polymer clay or PMC elements. A diverse range of styles and voices on display for you to then take home and become your own personal art gallery!

Adornment Adored Artists:
Born in Brooklyn, Allison Gentile, Broken Plate, Juliette Ames (MD),Gloria Askins (MD), Organic Odyssey, Kate Clawson (PA), Jean Cohen (MD), Purple Cactus Studios, Amber Edison (NC), Louise Fisher Cozzi (NY), Jan Geisen (MN), The Happyrock Pottery, Susan Gladstone (MD), Lizard’s Jewelry, Liz Hall (VA), Luster Bunny, Rain Harris (MO), Polymer Clay Creations, Angela Hickey (OR), Holly Kellog (CT), Kristen Kieffer (MA), Jkay Jewelry, Jill Kollman (CA), Loretta Lam (NY), Redraven Studios, Amy Lumsden (PA), Tasha McKelvey (VA), SC Diva, Lynda Moseley (SC), Bijoux Hibou, Wandie Ortiz (TX), Wear Daily, Karen Peterson (WI), Shawna Pincus (MD), Purple Cactus Studios, Amber Edison and Laurence Abensour, Gary Rondeau, Allegro Arts (MO), Round Rabbit, Nancy Schindler (NY), Joyce Scott (MD), Studio Bijoux, Kira Slye (FL), Studio 110 Jewelry, Melanie Sweet (TX), Eugena Topina (MD), BluDragonfly, Christine Wilson (CO) Elise Winters (NJ)

WS7 Faux Cloisonne
Eugena Topina
Saturday, November 14th, 10-4
Members: $100, Non-members: $120

Cloisonne is an ancient metal-working technique that involves soldering pieces of wire to the metal base and filling them up with glass enamels in various colors.

Faux cloisonne is made using polymer clay right in your own house, and does not require any complicated equipment or toxic materials.

The class includes step-by step hands-on demonstration of the basic technique and its variations, such as use of the metal leaf, mica powders, and various beads and crystals for additional visual effects. Special attention is paid to possible errors and ways to correct or avoid them.

The class also includes a comparison of various types of dimensional glazes and resin products available on the market.

Bring your personal touch to wearable art!

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