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Come make your own fidget ring that helps calm nerves, stress and anxiety. Constructed of several rings the center ring or rings are movable. The outer rings are soldered in place to hold the center ring. In the process of making of this ring, techniques such as soldering, clean up, finishing and tube stone setting will be taught. You will also learn how to to tube set round facet stones. Advanced Beginner and Beyond
Tuition: $615 (lunch is included)
Studio/Materials Fee: $45
Registration Fee: $30* (listed as "shipping" in cart) *Members use coupon code WAIVEFEE at check-out
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Elizabeth Tokoly is a graduate of Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. She is the founder of EatMetal Art Jewelry Gallery and Metals Studio. Her work exhibits nationally and can be found at events such as Craft NY, Peters Valley Craft Fair, Sugarloaf and Artrider’s. Elizabeth has been an instructor for over 18 years at the 92nd St Y. She conducts classes at Peters Valley School of Craft, Snowfarm School of Craft, Visual Arts Center of Summit and The Art School at Old Church. Elizabeth is published in numerous jewelry books and magazines such as Metalsmith, British Vogue and her Japanese Hexagonal Collar graces the cover of Chain Mail Jewelry Contemporary Designs from Classic Techniques. Elizabeth’s artistic approach is through math and nature. She loves to break down the raw beauty of nature into simple elements. Elizabeth uses techniques such as forging, forming, replicating, growing and simplifying to create intricate designs. Her pieces use simple lines, primary shapes and structures in which the growth of these forms create original and unique pieces of wearable art. Her work is edgy, classic and timeless. Her gallery in Hoboken, NJ is open daily to view her limited edition collections and she works with clients on heirloom custom remodels and bespoke pieces. www.eatmetal.org