David  Wayment

David began his artistic life behind a camera before adding other media to repertory. He has taught metal smithing, stained glass, fused glass and wirework at his store for over fourteen years. David has studied silver under Ann and Don Monroe, Dan Haga, Jim Richardson, Alan Jewell and Jeff Sheer at SFMS workshops at both Wildacres and William Holland. He taught Precious Metal Clay at William Holland for the SFMS. David enjoys teaching technique classes for trouble-shooting students problems in class and combining lapidary with silver in channel inlay pieces.

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Silver III - Channel Inlay - David Wayment
Channel Inlay combines a soldered silver grid carefully fitted, shaped pieces of stone. Students will fabricate a silver grid of their own design or use provided patterns to create pins, pendants, bolo ties, or belt buckles. Stones of similar hardness will be used in the projects. Combining silver and lapidary techniques makes this a challenging class. Lapidary skills are helpful but not required. Students should bring their own silver tools and assortment of slabs. Optivisor or other magnification is strongly recommended. Lab fee covers a solder brick. solder, flux, stamp pad, epoxy, an extra-long solder pick, handouts and patterns. Silver and slabs will be available for purchase. If you have any questions about the course, you can contact David at: aastainedglass@bellsouth.net

Lab Fee: $50.00
Estimated Materials Cost: $125-$175
Prerequisites: None

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