Etched Bronze Clay Ring with UV Resin Cabochon by Sabine Alienor Singery

Screenshot (90)Take a workshop in France…without leaving your house!  Sabine Alienor Singery has made a video class for Creative Fire readers!  In this workshop she will demonstrate making the bronze clay ring, preparing clay to be used in a Silhouette cutter, using the Silhouette cutter to etch the flexible dry clay, assembly and firing of the ring, and lastly using UV resin to create a unique Cabochon. While this is a complex project…metal clay artists of all levels will enjoy her class. 

Project by: Sabine Alienor Singery
Edited by: Jeannette Froese LeBlanc and Margaret Schindel.

Skill Level:
Beginner: Those new to metal clay will benefit from watching a master artist work with metal clay.  Sabine shows how to roll out clay, cut, shape, file, sand and make metal clay paste. Intermediate artists will enjoy learning how to make a bronze clay ring with a flexible band. Experienced artists who are ready to use a Silhouette will delight in her simple approach! Sabine made her ring with bronze clay, but this project could be made with nearly all kinds of metal clay.

Links:
Silhouette File   (Before you begin this project, download the SilhouetteRing.Studio3 file)
PDF Guide English:Silhouette Ring workshop by Sabine Alienor Singery
Basic Set up for Metal Clay: Basic Metal Clay Set up –Page 1  Basic Metal Clay Set Up.pdf_page 2
Material List for this project: Silhouette-Ring-En-1

English Version of the Workshop:

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photo.phpAbout the Artist:
Sabine Alienor Singery is a senior Art Clay Instructor since 2007. She teaches metal clays in her studio in Mougins (French Riviera) and online at L’Ecole des Arts Créatifs (http://www.lecolecreative.com)

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