Do you have a stone, enamel sample or little treasure that’s been lying on your bench just waiting for inspiration to use it in your work? Well, imagine that you could take a short work- shop that would give you a fresh new way to look at how you’re approaching your work and your workspace and even give you the strategies and tools to turn that piece into something spectacular. Based on many of the things we already know (the basic principles behind stonesetting), this class breaks down some of the rigid walls that exist between ideas, process and materials to help you develop new, elegant, more fully integrated setting solutions. Spend a week with master craftsman Andy Cooperman and let his creative genius ignite your creativity as you fabricate original, exciting new jewelry. Prerequisite: Fabrication 2 or experience. Andy Cooperman is a metalsmith, teacher and writer who lives in Seattle, Washington. His work, known for an intuitive melding of high craft and spontaneous surface and form development, can be found on the pages of numerous publications as well as galleries and museums, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Visit andycooperman.com.