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Jewelry Design and Wax Model Making

Tuesday
6:00PM - 9:30PM
Sep 24 - Dec 03
3.50 CEUs,
10 Sessions

Arthur Kutcher

Faculty

Wax model making allows jewelry designers to create original designs without the restrictions of working directly from metal. With wax, prototypes can be created in a soft medium that can be carved, molded or a combination of both. After the designs are completed in wax, a caster then casts the originals in the metal of choice making one-of-a-kind pieces or making several copies. In addition to wax model making, this course will also cover metal finishing. No previous jewelry design experience is required.
NOTE: Please bring a small sketchpad, a pencil and an apron to the first session.

CAC-1078-A

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