Dating back to 3000 BC, the oldest known form of organized jewelry making is now known as wire wrapping. Learn more about this fascinating art form while creating your own wire wrapped ring, with internationally acclaimed wire artist, instructor and author Dale “Cougar” Armstrong. Each participant will choose 1 of 3 different color ways of sparkling crystal and silver beads, and then learn how to wire wrap them into their version of Dales’ “Pinwheel Ring” design. Everyone will enjoy leaving class while wearing their own handcrafted ring!
Due to the nature of the tools and materials used, this class is limited to those aged 12 and up. All children must be accompanied by an adult student for the entirety of the class.
Class size is limited to 15 participants. Register today so that you don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity!
For more information contact the Museum Store manager Hulon Dunn. You can reach him by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 423.339.5745