Sun, Jul 22 | Abrams Claghorn Gallery

Deconstructing and Reconstructing Jewelry

Lost an earring and left with a lone ranger? Received a jewelry gift that isn't quite right but has some usable parts? We will reinvent, using your odds and ends, beads, wire, chain and odds and ends provided to make exciting new out of the unused old.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jul 22, 2018, 10:15 AM – 1:00 PM
Abrams Claghorn Gallery, 1251 Solano Ave, Albany, CA 94706, USA

About the Event

Teacher provides many materials BUT its a good opportunity for you to go through yours odds and ends in the jewelry box and do some weeding and spring cleaning for potentially usable parts. Reuse and Recycle!

Mediums: Cord, Chain, Embroidery Thread, Leather, Found objects, Beads, Wire.

CREATIVE DIVE! Workshops with Rebecca Meredith

There's no reason to be alone while you make. Be in the moment, share your observations of your environment, of your own process, and learn by doing. A social and positive attitude towards exploration, without concern for failure is a contagious recipe for satisfaction and enjoyment. Consider what's possible if let yourself play. In Creative Dive workshops, we experiment with a variety of media in order to allow the innocence and unimpaired enthusiasm of the novice. We play and explore in a social and supportive context.

All Materials Provided

  • Creative Dive Workshop

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 Rebecca Meredith’s art and illustration resides in private collections around the world, and diverse categories of publication including licensed work for TV Network HBO's Chance, Netflix's most downloaded television series 13 Reasons Why, Toms Shoes, as well as covers and interior illustration in literary fiction, scientific illustration, children’s fiction and nonfiction, brand identity logos and editorial journalism.  Recent honors include merit of honor and collection by the Triton Museum of Art and award of Top Ten Artists in the San Francisco Bay Area by ProArts Oakland.