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Intermediate Wire Wrap with Daniel Wilcox
Monday, 6 – 9pm
$125/$155

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$125 members/$155 non-members
Materials fee: $10-25
Meets Mondays  6 – 9pm

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Description

This class will offer a more advanced look at wire wrapping.  Students will learn a variety of weaving patterns and methods to secure gems and create unique pieces of jewelry.  Pendants, rings, and earrings can be made, time allowing.  Students are welcome to bring their own crystals.  Instructor will provide silver and copper wire and stones for the students to use.

Prior wire wrap experience is required.

Daniel Wilcox is a jewelry artist who primarily uses wire and crystals to construct his creations. He is a self-taught artisan who began his wire wrap journey in 2009. All of his wire wraps are created by twisting single pieces of wire together, never soldering or melting them, in an intricate weave to harness crystals. His designs are primarily inspired by the shape, color and beauty of the minerals he chooses to work with. Although his work has branched out into many other mediums and styles, wire working is his main passion. Daniel is based out of Landrum, South Carolina and looks to the mountains and nature that surrounds him for inspiration to grow in his art work.