Art Nouveau Vines Bracelet
"Breaking news:This class will be one of Bead & Button's Summer class offerings. What a terrific opportunity and value to take it with SJBS
Date: Saturday November 9, 2019
Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Moorestown Mall Community Room, 400 Route 38, Moorestown NJ 08057
Instructor: Hannah Rosner
Bio: Hannah Rosner of Good River Gallery is a multi award winning jewelry designer, lampwork artist and instructor currently based in Oregon. Hannah has taught college level multimedia and design at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and the Illinois Institute of Art; beadwork and fine arts at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts; and travels extensively teaching her designs at bead shows, bead shops, and bead and flamework societies. Her work typically combines various techniques, textures and shapes. A Starman Beads Trendsetter since 2014, Hannah's creations have won many awards and honors.More info: http://www.goodrivergalleries.com/aboutus.htm
Description: Students will combine bead embroidery, herringbone and peyote stitches to create a striking and unique piece! Learn how to set a burl cabochon in beadwork, and embellish it with 3-dimensional elements and crystal bling!
Techniques can customize this focal into a pendant, brooch, or bracelet with either a hard or soft base.
Level: Intermediate - comfortable with bead embroidery, herringbone and peyote stitches.
Kits: $55 (Colorways: silver, gold, and purple/green) Fireline is not part of kit
Supply List: Paid registrants will receive a Supply List
Trunk Show: Hannah will offer students a 10% discount on kits and tutorials (excluding the class project kits); 15% discount on finished jewelry and lampwork!
Class Size Limit: Twenty (20)
Fee: Member Earlybird rate (paid registration by midnight October 4th) - $75.
Member Rate (paid registration October 4th - November 1st) - $85.
Non-member Rate (paid registration through November 1st) - $95.
Please Note: The class size is limited, and registration deadline is midnight November 1st, whichever occurs first.
Class project samples will be on display at the September program!!