Rachael Sudlow’s outdoorsy, midwestern upbringing influences her jewelry through ornate touches that parallel her love of art, whimsy, and organic themes. She has a degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her designs, mostly created in sterling silver, are entirely handmade. Her jewelry designs & teaching focuses on small, classic jewelry that incorporates mixed metals, beads & stones. Sudlow was born, raised, & now runs her studio in Lawrence, KS. Her jewelry can be bought at www.rachaelsudlow.com and http://sudlow.etsy.comBrowse All Classes
Adults / 14+
Learn techniques to make quality jewelry pieces working in copper, brass & sterling silver. Students will refine techniques such as sawing, filing, drilling, soldering, forming & stone setting. Each class will involve a new project, while allowing plenty of time to work on your own designs. Focus of the class will be on producing basic jewelry pieces- rings, chains, earrings & pendants. Materials will be available for purchase. Some basic understanding of metal work is helpful. Min 5/Max 14
Metals Open Studio
Adults / 14+
Use this time to create your own work outside of a strict class style. An instructor will be on hand to help with technical guidance & have supplies available for purchase. Demos can be done on advanced techniques & tools. You must have prior metals experience to enroll.