Exploring the possibilities with polymer clay!

Seth is a great friend of the Guild and a marvelous
teacher. Hope you have a chance to check out this class from the
comfort of your studio! (The formatting got messed up on some displays. If you can’t see the details, head over to http://www.craftcast.com. Scroll down for images if needed and please forgive the blank space.)

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From: CRAFTCAST
<alison> Date: July 9,
2013, 5:04:16 AM EDT Subject:
LIVE on your Computer: Traditional Inro and Polymer
Clay: Create a Modern Wearable Vessel in Polymer Clay with Seth
Savarick
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alison

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Spacer.jpg Spacer.jpg Traditional Inro and Polymer
Clay: Create a modern wearable vessel in polymer clay with Seth
Savarick LIVE online course with craftcast.com
Wednesday July 10, 2013 8 PM Eastern Time 90 minute class including
live Q&A $44.95 RegisterButton.jpg?1360793126 savarick_header.jpg?1373242758

savarick2.jpg?1373242811 Watch the close
up videos and discover how you can recreate this ancient art in
polymer clay.
Spacer.jpg savarick1.jpg?1373242785 In this workshop,
you will learn how to use the traditional inro form as a starting
point to create modern wearable vessels.
Spacer.jpg savarick3.jpg?1373242830 Seth
Lee Savarick
is a full-time studio artist creating
polymer jewelry and personal ornaments. He taught art and design at
Parsons School of Design, and Arrowmont School of Arts and
Crafts.
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Join Us LIVE Join us July 10th,8pm ET, LIVE online and learn from
polymer clay master teacher, Seth Lee Savarick, step-by-step how he
creates his polymer clay inro vessels. Watch the close up videos
and discover how you can recreate this ancient art in polymer clay.
Ancient Japanese inro were worn from the kimono sash and provided a
way for a gentleman to carry things at a time when garments didn’t
have pockets. These often ornate objects not only provided one with
a place to carry medicines and other small necessities, they also
bestowed the wearer with status, style and identity. Today, polymer
clay is the perfect medium for creating these intriguing and
magical objects. In this workshop we will use the traditional inro
form as a starting point to create modern wearable vessels that can
be worn as jewelry or carried as a small handbag. Plus, Seth will
answer your questions during the LIVE Q & A.

Covered in
Class

Creating core forms using a
variety of materials including RTV casting silicone Construction
techniques for creating a finely crafted lidded Inro Creating
screen-printed veneers Curing and fine finishing techniques
including Seth’s Modern Lacquer technique for creating flawless
solid surfaces Creating findings, tassels and stringing your Inro
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Materials Covered in
Class

Polymer, Liquid Polymer Cardboard and RTV Silicone
core Forms Cutting templates Die-forms Screen printing stencils and
supplies Spacer.jpg

*BONUS* Included with the cost of class is a link to
download the full finished HD video, plus a PDF filled with photos,
class notes and all of the resources you will need to get started.
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Comments on: "LIVE on your Computer: Traditional Inro and Polymer Clay: Create a Modern Wearable Vessel in Polymer Clay with Seth Savarick" (1)

  1. Those are beautiful!!!

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