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Want to learn more about Metal Clay?  Watch this video to get a taste of what working with PMC is all about.  If you want more, scroll down for information on classes.

I offer introductory, intermediate and advanced-level classes at my home studio in Asheville, North Carolina. One and two day classes are available and are small (no more than four students at a time).  
Learn to work with Metal Clay and be introduced to the techniques of rolling, texturing, piercing, stone setting, inlaid wire, bail making, sanding, firing, patinas, and polishing. (Not all techniques are offered in each class.)

Please email me if you are interested in any of these classes. Intermediate classes are open to those who have taken an intro class, have previous PMC experience or at instructors discretion.

amy (at) amybrandenburg (dot) com 

Currently scheduled:

Introduction to PMC:

November 4th Sunday, 10-5 

November 13th Tuesday, 10-5 

This one-day workshop taught in my home studio will allow students to design and create projects using Precious Metal Clay. They will learn to create fine silver pieces utilizing the techniques of cutting, forming, texturing, bail making, drilling, firing, polishing and adding a patina. Materials fee will include a tool kit to get you started and a pack of 16 grams of PMC3.

Class Fee: $95 Materials Fee: $60



Intermediate PMC Classes: Open to students who have taken my Intro class or have worked with PMC previously and can show some proficiency.   

Photo Polymer Plates Class: November 5 & 6 Monday and Tuesday. 

Allows students to design their own stamps to use with metal clay. Designs will need to be provided ahead of class. they can be hand drawn, designed on the computer or copyright free clip art . This is a two day class and plate making materials will be provided. Clay and tools can be provided on request. 

Class Fee: $210 Materials Fee: Variable

Stone Setting in Metal Clay Class: November 16 & 17 Friday and Saturday

Featuring two projects: One non-firable cabochon setting and at least one small faceted stone setting in a pendant or earrings to be designed and created by the student. Cabochons must be provided by the student. Faceted stones may be provided by the teacher or the student. Please make sure they are fire-able stones. Clay and tools can be provided upon request. 

Class Fee: $210 Materials Fee: Variable

Also Available:
Individual classes: Scheduled at a mutually convenient time. Can be structured around the interest of the student. Bring ideas and initiative and we will make as many pieces as time will allow. Materials fee will cover one package of PMC clay and a tool kit if needed.
Class Fee: $115 Materials Fee: $60 if needed


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