SIMPLE COPPER FRAMES
These are fun little frames made from plexiglass and tooling copper. Because the plexiglass supports the tooling copper they can be fairly large. One student made a wonderful asymmetrical frame that was about 6 inches high and 9 inches wide. We will decorate them with metal punches, or a ball point pen. If you can do cold connections, you could attach small objects to them. When they are completed we will apply a patina. The smaller sizes make wonderful Christmas tree ornaments and they all look charming hanging on the wall in a group.
|All materials are provided, you should bring photos for your frames, your lunch and coffee if you want it. This class meets one day, from 10 to 5 in my studio in San Mateo, CA. $105. Limited to 4 people.
No date is set for this workshop, let me know if you're interested.
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