Course outline: Do you think you can’t draw? Think again…..this is a fun and inspiring workshop, whether you actually have drawing ability or not! And whether you prefer freeform or repeating patterns, come to this workshop to learn a variety of methods for creating a texture tile unique to you. We will explore various methods of creating patterns, then transfer to scratch foam board, and stabilized so that it can be used again and again for metal clay. Other alternative methods for creating more permanent tiles will also be discussed. Scratch-foam board provided.
Skill level: Beginner
Prerequisite: Curiosity and a willingness to explore
Technique: Various methods of creating patterns and transferring to scratch-foam board, plus options for making a permanent tile.
Bring to class: A notebook if you’d like to take notes, soft lead pencil, fine point Sharpie, medium ball point pen, ball stylus. All of these tools will be provided, if you don’t have your own. At least one 100 gram jar/package Hadar’s of Copper, Quick Fire Bronze, Quick Fire Rose Bronze or Prometheus bronze, white bronze or copper.
Class cancellation policy: If you need to cancel, please let us know 5 days prior to the class. Cancellations made later than that will forfeit the class deposit or fee. We may re-schedule or cancel classes if we do not receive the minimum number of bookings, or in case of bad weather or instructor illness. In this case, you will be notified and the fees will be refunded or issued as store credit.
Price: 90.00 +HST
Duration: approximately 6 hours
Students are eligible for our 15% student discount card!
Get yours when you check-in for your class at the front desk!
To register for this session, please call 416-751-1911 or toll-free 1-877-473-2323 now, because many of our sessions fill up quickly! We limit class sizes so you can get the best value.
Only 6 seats total for this class!
About Liz Reynolds
Liz has a creative background in pottery and textiles. She discovered metal clay in 2004 and was thrilled by the idea of translating textile patterns and textures onto clay, and then transforming the clay into metal. She has studied with local artists and internationally known metal clay masters including Hadar Jacobson and Wanaree Tanner. She is an Accredited Hadar’s Clay Instructor, one of very few in Canada, and has been teaching since 2010.
Her jewelry is sold in Ontario and Quebec.