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Beginning Jewelry Fabrication 2 with Lonni Hopkins

Wednesdays, 6 classes
6pm – 9pm

Skill Level: Beginning

Offered for:

Winter Session 2 (Feb 23, Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 30)

This class continues from where you left off in Beginning Jewelry Fabrication Part 1 or for those with some prior experience. Building on the foundational skills from Part 1 you will become more familiar with working in metal, planning your designs, making bezels for stone setting, and more advanced training in soldering.

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Non-Members – $203    Members – $153
$30 Material Fee Paid to Instructor at First Class

Students must have taken Beginning Jewelry Fabrication 1 to register for this class.

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To register by phone, please call the Morean Arts Center at 727.822.7872

Lonni Hopkins has lived a life of art: from lithography and photography in college, to quilting while raising her children, watercolor, sculpture, and many mediums in between. Her endeavor into metalsmithing started circa 1996. Jewelry seemed a natural progression, pulling from past experiences and artistic expressions, culminating with the acute skill and careful craftsmanship that metalsmithing demands. Her skills were honed with a variety of master teachers including, John Cogswell, Ronda Coryell, Fabrizio Acquafresca, Andy Cooperman, Betty Helen Longhi, Tom McCarthy. Lonni recently retired from teaching Metalsmithing and Jewelry at H.W. Blake High School for the Arts in Tampa. She is still a practicing artist with her work being represented in several galleries.