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As a team, you and I will plan etched metal hardware for your wooden book. I'll teach you the skills you need to prepare the wood, sew the book, make the metal hardware and install it using "cold connections."  You'll choose from a wide variety of materials and techniques to make your book. This is a great way to learn a little about wood working, metalsmithing and bookbinding, all in one 5-day class. Your book will be durable and will open flat for writing.

Light woodworking * Etching metal
Light metalsmithing * Coptic stitch binding

 


To make inquiries or to sign up, email us at: info@volcanoarts.com

 

Instructor: Christine Cox

Date: October 18 - October 22, 2018
9am - 4pm (5-day class)

Location: Volcano Arts Studio
Volcano, CA
(Private property - we'll give you the address when you sign up)

Price: $625.00
(+$25 material fee, lunches included)

All levels, though experience will serve you well

Notes: a certain amount of hand-strength is required for any metal fabricating you do.

With a focus on good design and working skills, you'll enjoy working in wood (sand, paint, stain, carve, drill), metal (etch, stamp, saw, drill, file, rivet, color, texture) and more.

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Volcano Arts Studio
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About
Christine Cox
Instructor since 1988

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Gallery



Christine
Medieval inspired etched clasp


Martha
Etched and patinated


Nancy
An extravagent hinged hasp


Pam
Etched and pierced oak leaves


Thea
Window and stamping


Vera
Etched and drilled for sewing


Nancy
Medieval inspired etched clasp
with lathe-turned peg


Don
Medieval inspired, domed and etched


Janice
Riveted, etched plaque