Rings Rings Rings
with Kate Wolf
Nov 02nd - Nov 03rd | 10am to 6pm
Tuition: $425 | Payment plans available
Kit Fee: $45 Materials and Lab Fee | Fee paid last day of class
“Nothing short of exemplary - Kate and the entire staff here were helpful every step of the way, and eager to help in any way possible. Zero time was wasted, which was awesome and the teachings were so thoughtful and fun.” - C., Wax Carving Week Fall 2018
“It’s my job to meet each student at their level with the utmost respect and help them build their skills and inspire their creativity. I have no expectations of where they are,” she says. “I just want to help get them where they want to be . . . and beyond!”- Kate Wolf
In this hands on workshop we’ll be working with Wolf Milling Wax, carving rings with and without stones. Learn how to layout, trim, size, carve, hollow and finish waxes. Student will use Wolf’s Touch-Up Wax to adjust settings and fix surface imperfections. Learn time saving techniques using the Wolf Trimmer to quickly and accurately remove the bulk of material. Discussion and demos on how to make your pieces to minimize casting defects.
Students will explore:
- Surface textures
- Flame techniques
- Use Wolf Relief Wax to make raised decorative surface embellishments.
Educator, jeweler and tool maven Kate Wolf has three loves: carving wax, designing tools and teaching. One is meditative and intuitive, the second exhilarating. And teaching? Absolutely “divine.” That “student/teacher interaction and enthusiasm is inspiring,” she says, especially when she has a classroom full of different skill levels and reasons for embarking on wax-carving and jewelry-making. Kate has been carving wax and making jewelry for 35 years and teaching for more than 23 years. She teaches in workshops all over the U.S. and Canada and at her school in Portland, Maine.
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