TIM LAZURE "Rings 360 Degrees"

  • 18 Feb 2012
  • 9:00 AM
  • 19 Feb 2012
  • 5:00 PM
  • Pima Community College, West Campus Metals Studio, Bldg. L, 2202 W. Anklam Rd., Tucson, Arizona 85716 Info: 520-245-9105
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Notice: Sorry this workshop has filled but please send an email to: Chris Eggers to get on the waiting list. if an opening becomes available you will be notified on a first come first serve basis.

Adorning the ring finger is a long tradition loaded with meaning.
Rings can signify love, nostalgia, authority, status, accomplishments, or affiliations. they can be made for everyday or for special events. They can be understated or flamboyant. This class will explore design, fabrication, stone setting, and assembling techniques related to the ring. We will create rings that are unpredictable, honest, visually complex, bold, confident, simple, beautiful.

BIO: Tim Lazure is an Associate Professor in the Metals Design program at East Carolina University (NC). He received his BFA at Rochester Institute of technology and his MFA at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. Tim shows his jewelry and furniture in both national and international exhibits. His work is in the prestigious collections of The Mint Museum (NC) and the Gregg Museum of Art and Design (NC). His work has been published in 1,000 Rings, 500 Broaches, The Art of Enameling and The Craft of Silversmithing ( all Lark Books).

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

: $200. ADC members/$225. Non-Members

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