800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
Apr
20
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
Apr
20
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
Apr
27
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
Apr
27
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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Stones and Cones: 2 Techniques for Metal Jewelry
May
4
9:00 AM09:00

Stones and Cones: 2 Techniques for Metal Jewelry

  • Snow Farm, The New England Craft Program (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn two new skills that will add dimension and interest to your jewelry!  Cone construction is one of the most fun and useful ways to transform metal sheet into a three dimensional form.  Adding a tube set cabochon or faceted stone to the design brings your creations to a new level.  In this workshop, make cone earrings with a tube set stone and take away skills you can apply to any jewelry you make.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
May
4
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
May
4
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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Stones and Cones: 2 Techniques for Metal Jewelry
May
5
9:00 AM09:00

Stones and Cones: 2 Techniques for Metal Jewelry

  • Snow Farm, The New England Craft Program (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn two new skills that will add dimension and interest to your jewelry!  Cone construction is one of the most fun and useful ways to transform metal sheet into a three dimensional form.  Adding a tube set cabochon or faceted stone to the design brings your creations to a new level.  In this workshop, make cone earrings with a tube set stone and take away skills you can apply to any jewelry you make.  

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Stones and Cones: 2 Techniques for Metal Jewelry
May
6
9:00 AM09:00

Stones and Cones: 2 Techniques for Metal Jewelry

  • Snow Farm, The New England Craft Program (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn two new skills that will add dimension and interest to your jewelry!  Cone construction is one of the most fun and useful ways to transform metal sheet into a three dimensional form.  Adding a tube set cabochon or faceted stone to the design brings your creations to a new level.  In this workshop, make cone earrings with a tube set stone and take away skills you can apply to any jewelry you make.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
May
11
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
May
11
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
May
18
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
May
18
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
May
25
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
May
25
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
Jun
1
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
Jun
1
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
Jun
8
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
Jun
8
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
Jun
15
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
Jun
15
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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Containers with Content
Jun
22
9:00 AM09:00

Containers with Content

Why are tiny boxes and containers so attractive to us?  What draws us in?  Is it our desire to know what's on the inside or to put our treasures in a protective case?  In this workshop, you will learn how to make a basic rectangular box with a lid.  You are encouraged to add content.  Bring any items you may want to incorporate into your box such as a found object or build other components to incorporate into the design.  You will learn fabrication, forming, soldering, scoring and bending.  

Advanced beginner to intermediate level.

Workshop fee: $605 (lunch is included) 

Studio/Materials fee: $75

Registration fee: $30

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800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting
Jun
22
9:30 AM09:30

800 New! Beyond the Bezel: Stone Setting

Stones are a great way to add color and dimension to your work, and there are design options for stone setting other than a bezel.  This course will introduce students to different methods of stone setting including tube setting with stacking rings, channel wire setting, and two different techniques of flat back stone prong setting.  For intermediate to advanced level students.  

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Basic Bling
Jun
22
12:30 PM12:30

Basic Bling

This course will introduce you to everything you will need to know as a beginning jeweler.  Students will be familiarized with the tools and techniques of jewelry making and metalsmithing.  We will discuss and perform techniques such as piercing, sawing, soldering, surface embellishment with hammers.  Students will create designs based on the techniques they have learned and discuss creating a small collection.  

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Containers with Content
Jun
23
9:00 AM09:00

Containers with Content

Why are tiny boxes and containers so attractive to us?  What draws us in?  Is it our desire to know what's on the inside or to put our treasures in a protective case?  In this workshop, you will learn how to make a basic rectangular box with a lid.  You are encouraged to add content.  Bring any items you may want to incorporate into your box such as a found object or build other components to incorporate into the design.  You will learn fabrication, forming, soldering, scoring and bending.  

Advanced beginner to intermediate level.

Workshop fee: $605 (lunch is included) 

Studio/Materials fee: $75

Registration fee: $30

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Containers with Content
Jun
24
9:00 AM09:00

Containers with Content

Why are tiny boxes and containers so attractive to us?  What draws us in?  Is it our desire to know what's on the inside or to put our treasures in a protective case?  In this workshop, you will learn how to make a basic rectangular box with a lid.  You are encouraged to add content.  Bring any items you may want to incorporate into your box such as a found object or build other components to incorporate into the design.  You will learn fabrication, forming, soldering, scoring and bending.  

Advanced beginner to intermediate level.

Workshop fee: $605 (lunch is included) 

Studio/Materials fee: $75

Registration fee: $30

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Containers with Content
Jun
25
9:00 AM09:00

Containers with Content

Why are tiny boxes and containers so attractive to us?  What draws us in?  Is it our desire to know what's on the inside or to put our treasures in a protective case?  In this workshop, you will learn how to make a basic rectangular box with a lid.  You are encouraged to add content.  Bring any items you may want to incorporate into your box such as a found object or build other components to incorporate into the design.  You will learn fabrication, forming, soldering, scoring and bending.  

Advanced beginner to intermediate level.

Workshop fee: $605 (lunch is included) 

Studio/Materials fee: $75

Registration fee: $30

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Containers with Content
Jun
26
9:00 AM09:00

Containers with Content

Why are tiny boxes and containers so attractive to us?  What draws us in?  Is it our desire to know what's on the inside or to put our treasures in a protective case?  In this workshop, you will learn how to make a basic rectangular box with a lid.  You are encouraged to add content.  Bring any items you may want to incorporate into your box such as a found object or build other components to incorporate into the design.  You will learn fabrication, forming, soldering, scoring and bending.  

Advanced beginner to intermediate level.

Workshop fee: $605 (lunch is included) 

Studio/Materials fee: $75

Registration fee: $30

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Rings, Links and Chains
Aug
2
9:00 AM09:00

Rings, Links and Chains

  • Snow Farm, The New England Craft Program (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Get creative with wire!  Use round, half-round, and square wire to learn a variety of techniques including soldering, forming, hammer texturing, sawing a spiral, and forging, plus making jump rings, balled wire, and chains of all kinds.  Projects include textured stacking rings, layered bangle bracelets, idiot's delight and queen chain bracelets, flat chain mail earrings, and scalloped and bar chains.  A full and fun workshop! 

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Rings, Links and Chains
Aug
3
9:00 AM09:00

Rings, Links and Chains

  • Snow Farm, The New England Craft Program (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Get creative with wire!  Use round, half-round, and square wire to learn a variety of techniques including soldering, forming, hammer texturing, sawing a spiral, and forging, plus making jump rings, balled wire, and chains of all kinds.  Projects include textured stacking rings, layered bangle bracelets, idiot's delight and queen chain bracelets, flat chain mail earrings, and scalloped and bar chains.  A full and fun workshop! 

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Rings, Links and Chains
Aug
4
9:00 AM09:00

Rings, Links and Chains

  • Snow Farm, The New England Craft Program (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Get creative with wire!  Use round, half-round, and square wire to learn a variety of techniques including soldering, forming, hammer texturing, sawing a spiral, and forging, plus making jump rings, balled wire, and chains of all kinds.  Projects include textured stacking rings, layered bangle bracelets, idiot's delight and queen chain bracelets, flat chain mail earrings, and scalloped and bar chains.  A full and fun workshop! 

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Rings, Links and Chains
Aug
5
9:00 AM09:00

Rings, Links and Chains

  • Snow Farm, The New England Craft Program (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Get creative with wire!  Use round, half-round, and square wire to learn a variety of techniques including soldering, forming, hammer texturing, sawing a spiral, and forging, plus making jump rings, balled wire, and chains of all kinds.  Projects include textured stacking rings, layered bangle bracelets, idiot's delight and queen chain bracelets, flat chain mail earrings, and scalloped and bar chains.  A full and fun workshop! 

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Double Sided Chain Weaving
Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

Double Sided Chain Weaving

If you have ever wondered how beautiful double sided chains are made, you will love this class.  Learn how to fuse fine silver jump rings together with a torch and shape them to form links without using any solder.  Then learn how to connect each fused ring using a variation of the loop n loop method to form a double sided weave pattern to create a beautiful chain.  This chain pattern is flat and flexible and appears different from each side.  

Beginner level workshop.

Workshop fee: $325

Studio/Materials fee: $45

Registration fee: $30

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Double Sided Chain Weaving
Sep
16
9:00 AM09:00

Double Sided Chain Weaving

If you have ever wondered how beautiful double sided chains are made, you will love this class.  Learn how to fuse fine silver jump rings together with a torch and shape them to form links without using any solder.  Then learn how to connect each fused ring using a variation of the loop n loop method to form a double sided weave pattern to create a beautiful chain.  This chain pattern is flat and flexible and appears different from each side.  

Beginner level workshop.

Workshop fee: $325

Studio/Materials fee: $45

Registration fee: $30

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Demo Day
Feb
17
4:30 PM16:30

Demo Day

  • EatMetal Art Jewelry Gallery and Metal Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Every 3rd Sunday of the Month is Demo Day. The Gallery encourages the community to come and view a jewelry or metalsmithing technique performed by my self the owner, Elizabeth Tokoly or by visiting artists.  I hoped to educate and inspire the community about how a piece of art jewelry is made.  After the demonstration we share questions and answers. Please feel free to share works you have made utilizing the technique or to just view the pieces.  Follow social media to learn more about up and coming demonstrations.

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Demo Day
Jan
20
4:30 PM16:30

Demo Day

  • EatMetal Art Jewelry Gallery and Metal Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Every 3rd Sunday of the Month is Demo Day. The Gallery encourages the community to come and view a jewelry or metalsmithing technique performed by my self the owner, Elizabeth Tokoly or by visiting artists.  I hoped to educate and inspire the community about how a piece of art jewelry is made.  After the demonstration we share questions and answers. Please feel free to share works you have made utilizing the technique or to just view the pieces.  Follow social media to learn more about up and coming demonstrations.

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What's Next?
Jan
7
1:00 PM13:00

What's Next?

What’s Next? A Pro Arts Jersey City Exhibition
January 7 – 30, 2018
Opening reception:
Jan. 7, 1 – 4pm
The Gallery Space
1670 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ
Pro Arts Jersey City is expanding its presence outside of Jersey City with What’s Next?—a Pro Arts member exhibition at The Gallery Space (formerly known as Arts Guild New Jersey) in Rahway, NJ. The show explores what’s next for the artists and where their work taking them. Around 35 Pro Arts artist members have expressed their direction for the next level. The members exhibition is curated by Mollie Thonneson and Deirdre Kennedy. Elizabeth will be exhibiting her jewelry at this group show.

 

 

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