PMC class

I attended Sherri Haab’s PMC class today. It was great. I learned a new transfer technique. The transfer solution is very interesting stuff. It can be used on many different surfaces, including mixing it with pigment and using it as a paint on the silver. Here are a couple pictures of the work I did today. Keep in mind these are not perfect… I was most interested in learning the transfer piece than anything.

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5 Responses

  1. Hi Denise,

    Your charms are beautiful! Be proud of your work!

    I’m unfamiliar with PMC. Is this some type of polymer clay? Are these charms hard to make?

    Hang in there and enjoy life between the bumps.

    Laura

  2. Hi again,

    I did some research on PMC, precious metal clay. Is this medium hard to work with? Is it expensive? Exactly how do you fire on a gas burner?

    Ahhhh…more research. How did you like Sherri? Would you take another class from her? She is teaching at Art and Soul Portland and I am thinking about taking her PMC Charms and Textures class on Wed…what are your thoughts?

    L

  3. Laura, if you have the chance to take a class with Sherri, I would highly recommend her. She is so creative, not to mention such a sweetie. I really like her artistic style and admire her business savvy. If you like jewelry, you’ll LOVE PMC!

  4. these are great Denise! of course, i love the bird!

  5. Oh, Denise, those are so beautiful! I have to check out her transfer medium – the transfers came out so lovely and clear!

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