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Exciting events happening in November.

Please join me for the Opening Reception Arm Candy Exhibition, November 6, 5-9.  Arm Candy is an irresistible companion to accompany you to your next social affair, event or for everyday.  November 6-January 15, 2016.

November 7, 10-5.  In this cold connection class students learn how to create a hinged bracelet with a clasp out of sheet metal, all without picking up a torch.  Cold connection is a fun way to play with metal and design.  You’ll  learn the basics of sawing, piercing, drilling, forming metal and how to layer, add detail and a unique design to your creation. Beginners to advanced levels will take something useful from this class.  No Experience is necessary.

Join me….
Artists’ Studio Tour

Sun. Nov. 8, 2015

Noon to 6 PM

A Free City-Wide
Self-Guided
Walking Tour
of Artists’ Studios,
Galleries and
Group Exhibitions

Featuring the work
of 
over 100
local artists

Thanks to our sponsors:
PROTO Gallery & UNLMTD Real Estate Group 

Free Tour map can be picked up
at City Hall, 
on the day of the tour.
(located at 94 Washington St. bet. First & Newark St.)
Just 3 blocks from all public transportation
including PATH, NJ trains & buses,

NY Waterway Ferries and Hudson Bergen Lightrail

DIY Workshop Bohemian Bracelet November 12th and 13th -Thursday or Friday 6:30-9:30 or November 14th  Saturday 12-3. Design and Create a bohemian style suede bracelet with semi precious stones.   All tools and materials included in cost of workshop. And you get to bring the bling home!

November 15 @ 2:30. Demo Day #SundayFunday… discuss chain making. See how simple forms and repeated patterns can create intricate and unique chains.

November 20-23, 9-5 Three Day Intensive Workshop. Meet Guest Artist Nash Quinn.  He will be teaching you in this workshop to learn to make hinged and lidded jar using lengths of copper pipe.  We’ll cover an array of metalsmithing techniques, including advanced soldering methods, disc cutting, dapping, and finally, making sturdy hinges and clasps.  This is an intermediate-level course – some soldering experience and a bit of determination will be necessary! 

See you in the Studio!