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Instructor: Donna Lewis
Donna is an award winning metal clay artist and educator living in Scottsdale Arizona. She teaches for Bead & Button, Bead Fest, JOGS for Jewelry Tools, ART Unraveled, Adorn Me! and many small groups. She also teaches private lessons on location for people in their homes. Donna's works have been in several publications by Lark Books, Brynmorgen Press, and Wardell Publications. Her pieces have been exhibited at Zaruba & Zaruba, Fredericksburg, MD, at the Shaw Gallery, Northeast Harbor ME and Purdue University. She has twice been a Saul Bell Design Award finalist, and a finalist in Celebrating Beads, the Journey of Design, at the Bead Museum, Wash DC. Several of her pieces have been in the Art and Design in Metal Clay calendars, one was a cover and her ring "Rutile Adorned" took 2nd overall in the North American Design Competition. LiL BeLLA metal clay humidifier is Donna’s invention. The earliest version was featured in Ce Ce Wire’s book, New Directions in Metal Clay by Lark Books. The LiL BeLLA has been sold worldwide since 2004. TEACHING ART IS LIKE CRAWLING THROUGH OTHERS’ IMAGINATIONS… Donna Lewis Email : metalclayarts@gmail.com Website: http://www.metalclayarts.com

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Skill Levels: All
Dates/Times: September 7, from 9:00am to 1:30pm
Fees: $100 » kit fee $50 payable to instructor

Choose a little sparkler and set it up in its own home for a tiny little pendant. So popular right
now. Why not create your own. You can choose your own favorite color.

Skill Level: any level great for beginners to get your feet wet. Caution very addictive.

Costs (workshop & kit fee): Workshop 100.00 Kit fee 50.00 class is 4 hours
Kit includes: PMC, silver chain, choice of stone, drill bit, LiL BeLLA humidifier, work surface,
stainless bowl, firing services, patina materials, consumables and other items for class
enhancement.

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