This workshop will focus on the creation of jewelry beyond ornamentation. Designs will require research and creative interpretations. Sketchbook exercises and preliminary models will help participants to develop designs. The emphasis in this course will be on jewelry that exemplifies the idea of elegant connections, interesting transitions and thought provoking concept with a focus on processes for construction with nonferrous metals. Techniques will include sawing, filing, cold connections, roller printing, etching and soldering techniques.
This course is worth one credit hour for currently enrolled ASU students. Community members may register for these courses as workshops through the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at: tcva.org.