Make an Everlasting Rose from Brass & Copper with Donna Hill June 6-7, 2020


$350 tuition + $25 materials

Key Points:
*Annealing metal to soften it
*Cutting out intricate shapes with hand tools
*Demonstration about batch cutting on the bandsaw
*Work hardening through shaping and hammering
*Techniques to apply texture to the surface
*Soldering copper and brass

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Copper is an easy to work with and affordable material that requires basic yet simple skills of metal handling and minimal tools to transform into stunning 3D structures. In this hands-on weekend workshop students will be introduced to the wonderful world of malleable metal work. Learn how easy it is to hand cut, shape and solder copper and brass with a basic introduction to the metal techniques of annealing and work hardening. These beautiful copper and brass roses make stunning accents for any room and will easily become your quick “go-to” gift to hand make for family and friends.