Debora  Mauser

Debora is a self-taught jewelry artist working in mixed metals, stones and enamel. She is a nationally known instructor teaching at large venues, schools and bead stores. You can find her work in magazines like Step by Step Wire Craft, Paper, Scissors Enameling by F&W publishing as well as online video and classes with Craftsy and Craftcast. She is a certified Wubbers Instructor, certified Painting with Fire Instructor and a former member of Nunn Design Team. As a student you will find Deboras classes filled with techniques and design ideas but with room for your own creativity to enhance the designs.

Class List

Viewing Page 1 of 1
 
Cold Connections I - Enameling & Hydraulic Press - Debora Mauser
Combining immersion enameling with projects that use cold connections and often components from the hydraulic press students will learn to make enameled headpins, enamel beads and flat pieces, use stencils, decals, liquid enamel, cat whiskers, frit and more! Your enamel components will be used to construct earrings, pendants and necklaces utilizing various cold connections including riveting and tab settings. The class kit includes copper sheet metal, use of all enameling tools and enamel, a bag of metal beads and copper shapes, copper chain, niobium ear wires, various accent beads, class handouts and one canister of map gas. Extra supplies and tools are available for purchase. Students need closed toed shoes, and a work apron. All tools are provided but if you have your own hand tools please feel free to bring them. All questions can be sent to deboralmauser@gmail.com

Lab Fee: $175.00
Estimated Materials Cost: $0+
Prerequisites: None

Enroll in this Class Now!

Cold Connections II - Debora Mauser
Stretch your designs with lots of new techniques including anodizing titanium, etching, easy patinas, texturing, piercing and fusing all combined with exciting cold connections. Students will create at least 5 advanced projects with rivets, cold connection hinges, piercing, telescoping rivets, flush rivets, tab settings and more. We might use the hydraulic press for one cuff project as well. We will be working mainly in copper with silver accents, with some projects available to upgrade to silver for addition cost (depending on market). At least two projects will have stones as the focal component. Students should wear closed toed shoes, bring magnification if needed and have taken at least one cold connection basic class prior to this one. (any William Holland Instructor) Kit fee includes all copper, brass or bronze, titanium, argentium, two stones, rivets, use of tools and a class handout. Extra tools and supplies will be available for addition cost if desired.

Lab Fee: $200.00
Estimated Materials Cost: $0+
Prerequisites: None

Enroll in this Class Now!

1
Viewing Page 1 of 1