ABOUT GAIL NEUMANGail is a member of Woman Sharing Art, Long Island Craft Guild, American Arts Council and Society of American Mosaic Artists. She has participated in many jewelry classes both metal and bead at various bead retreats and conventions around the country with nationally known teachers for the past 20 years. Her work has been shown in the Islip Art Museum, East End Art Gallery, BAFFA, Women Sharing Art exhibits and at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum.ABOUT THE CLASSCome and make creatively textured shapes into beautiful earrings, bracelets, or pendants. Combine newly acquired texturing techniques with antiquing or patinas to assemble these wonderful items with jump rings, chains, and rivets!Gail Neumans relaxing and creative two-day Beading and Metalsmithing Workshops will allow you to use various stitches and weaves to create beautiful jewelry for yourself or as a gift. They include Warped-Square Peyote and Herring Bone stitch earrings, a Beaded-Circle Brick Ladder Stich for earrings and necklaces. Also a Copper-Basket-cuff weave for gorgeous bracelets! Learn how to easily cut metal, rivet, texture metal and shape it into a wonderful cuff. You will also learn how to apply patina to give your copper a wonderful aged look.There will be hands-on instruction the first day and completion of work including attachments on day two. All materials for each class will be provided for a nominal fee of $30. All classes start at 10:30 am in the Upper Carriage House.Class Fee $75 with a $30 material fee payable to instructor.FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSWHEN DOES THE WORKSHOP START?The workshops begin at 10:30 AM.WHERE IS THE WORKSHOP?The workshop will be at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum at the Lower Carriage House. Please check in at the Main Arboretum Office.WHAT IS THE FEE?The workshop costs $75 plus there is a one-time materials fee of $30 payable to the instructor on the day of class. In total the class is $105.IS THERE A MINIMUM/MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE?For this workshop, there is a minimum class size of 2 and a maximum of 12.ARE THERE REFUNDS?All non-refundable proceeds from these classes directly benefit efforts to preserve, restore, and enhance the historic character of Bayard Cutting Arboretum. Thank you, in advance, for your support!For more information please visit our website!
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