Artisan Seminar (Virtual Class): Color in Chainmaille - Feb 27, 5 pm ET / 2 pm PT

$10

Step 1: Add this item to your cart and checkout. If your name and email address do not match the name/email you signed up with via the Chain Link Up registration, or if you are purchasing tickets for multiple attendees, please let me know via email or in the final question of the survey (see Step 2), so I can make sure everyone is accounted for.

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No cancelations 48 hours prior to class.

Step 2 (optional): Complete this 2-minute survey to help me prepare a class that will answer as many of your questions as possible! Submitting your question ahead of time does not guarantee an answer, but I will try to create content that  addresses as many of your questions as possible. (And if I know your questions ahead of time, I'm much more likely to answer them!)

This seminar will be conducted via Zoom. You'll be sent a Zoom link and a handout closer to the date. You can choose to attend class with your video on, or leave it turned off if you prefer not to be seen by other attendees. For those attending the Chain Link Up in person, if more than 10 participants are registered, you may be given the option of gathering in a group to watch the class together.

Seminar Description:
A single chainmaille design can convey different emotions depending on the colors used; the perfect color combination can make even a simple design breathtakingly beautiful. This seminar begins with a brief overview of the different types of colorful metals and materials used in chainmaille. From there, we’ll focus on anodized aluminum palettes and you’ll learn Rebeca’s process for creating vivid color combinations and ombres.

Attendees will receive a PDF containing resources, images and color palettes to inspire, along with “coloring” pages for a few basic designs if you’d like to use color pencils to get a sense of how changing the position of colors in a weave affects the overall look. Feel free to bring your own chainmaille pieces if you have questions about incorporating color or would like feedback.

Saturday, February 27, 5 - 6 pm ET / 2- 3 pm PT

Questions?
Contact me and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

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