ABOUT THIS EVENT
Arts & DIY
Make the perfect set of copper bangles in this great for beginners class. We’ll use hammers, learn different metals, and play with some fire all to create three custom bracelets. This class includes basic forming, classic twists, and simple soldering. Each piece you make will build on the skill sets learned from the previous bangle leaving you with dazzling jewelry you can keep or gift. If you’ve always wanted to try making jewelry or are just curious about forming, this class is for you. All materials are included and tools will be provided. Please wear closed toed shoes, an apron, and tie your long hair back if needed.
Liz honed her skills while earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in small metals and sculpture. Inspired by the world around her, she continued her education with a Masters in Cultural Studies. Liz’s extensive experience in metal work includes welding, blacksmithing, and a career in sculpture conservation, including working at the Smithsonian. Her teaching background ranges from first grade art classes to private jewelry lessons and has spanned over a decade.
Liz is the owner and creator behind Covert Metals, a one-woman metalworking studio located in Denver, Colorado that has roots reaching from New York to Texas. Covert Metals emphasizes unique one-of-a-kind design that melds contemporary styling with hand-forged detailing. You can find her work at CovertMetals.com or on Instagram and Facebook @covertmetals.
18 years or older
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
The Denver Tool Library offers classes in woodworking, home repair/remodeling, metalworking, arts and crafts, and more!
We also have a Community Workshop so you can work on your own projects outside of class, plus over 5000 take home tools you can borrow to get the job done at home.
Learn more: www.denvertoollibrary.org