Beach Pebble & Sea Glass Jewelry

Course Description

About this course

Turn those beach combing treasures into eye-catching pendants that will conjure memories of a special day each time they are worn. Learn how to drill through glass and stone safely, while paying particular attention on adding silver accents and findings that highlight the unique quality of each piece. Students should bring their favorite beach stones and sea glass to class and can expect to complete at least one pendant from start to finish. Gain the skills necessary to create meaningful pieces of jewelry you can wear long after those beach days turn to snow days!

Meet the Instructor

Sarah Doremus

Sarah Doremus lives and works in Deer Isle, ME. She has taught Jewelry at Dearborn Academy in Arlington, MA. She earned both a BS in Art History from Northeastern University and a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art. An active sculptor and metalsmith, her work has been shown in numerous publications and galleries, both invitational and solo, throughout the United States. Her most recent work was shown in 'Toys Designed by Artists' at the Arkansas Art Center and Museum, Where she won the purchase award.

Materials & Tools 

There is a $30 materials fee for this workshop payable to the instructor in class. The materials kit includes sterling silver tubing, silver sheet, leather cord, beach stones, drill bits, saw blades and other miscellaneous materials needed to complete the project. 

Students should bring 
  • Several small beach pebbles and/or pieces of sea glass
  • Safety glasses NOTE: Metalwerx has these available for use in class if you do not have your own.

Tuition

$155.00 $147.25
5% discount until May 29

Materials Cost

$30.00
Payable to instructor in class.

Instructor

Sarah Doremus

Date

June 28, 2020

Time

10:00 AM -5:00 PM

Length

1 day

Level 
Basic and above
Location 
Metalwerx
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