Metal Jewelry summer workshop for high school teens.

Metal Jewelry
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"I loved making jewelry and getting to know everyone in the class!"

 

Coming to us with a variety of experience and background in jewelry making and metalwork, students learn techniques of cutting, hammering, soldering, forming, and stone setting. Students develop these skills to create rings, pendants, chains, pins, and bracelets, as well as small-scale sculptural pieces. Students learn to work with brass, silver, and precious and semiprecious stones.

This is a discipline through which students can explore their art with a heightened attention to technical and aesthetic detail. Instruction and projects are highly individualized, depending on ability. Students with more experience often work independently on advanced projects. All levels of experience are welcome.

 

Faculty: Jeanne Wulsin Bennett

Metal Jewelry teacher - Jeanne Bennett

Jeanne is an award-winning freelance metal designer, working out of her home studio in Westminster West. She has worked for custom jewelers in Vermont, New Hampshire and the Virgin Islands and has taught at Summer Programs since 1994. Jeanne teaches jewelry classes during the academic year at The Putney School, the Community College of Vermont, and in her studio. She is a juried member of the prestigious League of New Hampshire Craftsmen and, since 2001, a member of the Putney Craft Tour. You can see some of Jeanne Bennett's jewelry on her Facebook Page

The Putney School Summer Programs
Elm Lea Farm, 418 Houghton Brook Road,
Putney, Vermont 05346 USA
802-387-6297 (main), (802) 387-6216 (fax)
summer@putneyschool.org