The BIG Polymer Clay Bracelet Workshop with Seth Savarick
Watch and learn from expert polymer clay artist, Seth Savarick, how-to construct a BIG polymer bracelet of your own.
Polymer clay is light weight, durable, with easy access to an array of colors to choose from or mix yourself.
Seth will teach you all the tips and techniques needed, so you can successfully make this unique bracelet yourself.
Whether you are new to the material, or a pro, join us to explore new polymer possibilities.
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Seth Lee Savarick has spent his entire life pursuing creative endeavors. He found polymer clay in 1993 and now spends most of his time creating polymer jewelry and personal ornament in his studio. As a teacher, Seth has taught art and design courses at The Parsons School of Design, The Corcoran School of Art, The Maryland Institute College of Art and The Arrowmount School of Arts and Crafts. He has taught at many international polymer clay conferences including, Ravensdale 2006 and all of the Synergy Conferences.
He is a featured artist in Lark Book's "The Art Of Jewelry: Polymer Clay" and the up coming "Polymer Clay Master Class: Exploring Process, Technique, and Collaboration with 11 Master Artists" Published by Potter Craft.
In addition to teaching and writing, he sells his work through a number of galleries and fashion boutiques in his current home of Los Angeles and nationally at various fine craft shows.
- Tool and Materials
- Preparing your Polymer Clay
- Using Ultra light Clay
- Constructing the Basic Form
- "The Molded Method"
- “The Extrusion Method”
- Surface Design Options including creating a veneer sheet
- Fine Finishing techniques for a beautiful bracelet surface
- 2 oz . Super Sculpey
- 10 oz. Sculpey Ultralight
- Polymer Clay Veneer
- Scrap polymer clay
- Translucent liquid Sculpey and dedicated brush
- Rubbing alcohol and cotton balls or alcohol wipes
- Waxed paper
- Graph Paper 8.5 X 11 8X8 Grid
- Masking or Gaffers tape
- Digital timer or stop watch
- Glue stick
- Wet/dry sandpaper - 120 thru 2000 grits
- Cardboard mailing tube 3” diameter aprox. 18” long. One end should be factory cut. Cut into 6” and 12” lengths
- Automotive finish protectant such as Armor-all
Included is a class handout notes and information you need to get started.