3-Ring Circus with Richard Salley

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Product Name Price Qty
3-Ring Circus with Richard Salley, April 8-9, 2017
$399.00
3-Ring Circus Material Kit
$70.00
Registration Fee
New students registering for their first class must pay the Registration Fee. This is a one-time fee. If this is your first class, please add this to your order.
$50.00

Quick Overview

This class is part of the Masters Symposium 2017. Please scroll to bottom of page to see class details.

Students registering for this class must purchase the Materials Kit.

New students registering for their first class must pay the Registration Fee. This is a one-time fee. If this is your first class, please add this to your order.

Wait List Only

If your class is unavailable…
Don’t be discouraged. Even though the class appears full, there may be space in it. In addition, we often receive cancellations.

To add your name to the wait list for a full class, send an email to glenda@revereacademy.com with your name, phone number, and the name(s) of the class(es) you want. If there is a space, we will put your name on the class list immediately and contact you for payment. If there is no space in the class at this time, we will put your name on the wait list and notify you if a space becomes available.

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Details

Whether this is your first foray into ring making or you want to expand your ring making knowledge, you will leave this workshop with newly acquired skills that will launch you into a new level of jewelry making. This intensive, 2-day workshop focuses entirely on the process of ring making. Learn how to make three different kinds of rings: the spinner ring, the bezel-set cabochon ring, and the torch-fired enamel ring with tube-set CZ. You will add many valuable skills to your jewelry-making arsenal! Walk away with three custom, one-of- a-kind rings. Open to all levels. Richard Salley began working with metal in 1969 as an assistant to Carmel, CA, metal sculptor Malcom Moran. Many years later, his metalworking experience turned to “found object jewelry.” His work has been featured in many books and magazines. rsalley.com