JTV Experience

Join us for four comprehensive days of education, instruction and keynote addresses led by international gemstone experts from organizations such as Gem-A, GIA, and more. You can also participate in classes designed to take your knowledge from the gem mine to your home. In addition, our talented Jewel School artisans will lead hands-on jewelry making classes where you will create your own customized, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces.

Your JTV Experience begins Tuesday, July 30 with a luncheon and event registration, including shopping at the GemStore. Later that evening, we'll officially kick off the conference with a welcome dinner. The remaining weekdays are packed with classes, private shopping events, live shows, JTV host meet and greets, and much more. Breakfast and lunch are provided daily. Don’t miss this opportunity to mix and mingle with others who love gemstones and jewelry making as much as you.

Registration fee: $100.00 per person. 

Please call 1-800-913-8114 to sign up for this incredible event! 

We look forward to seeing you and thank you for being a part of the JTV family!

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420 N. Peters Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37922
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9134 Executive Park Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37923
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9600 Parkside Drive
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Name Class Title Description Time(s) Offered
Antoinette Matlins Tools Antoinette Matlins will educate students on the importance of gemstone tools and the value they offer to gemstones and collections. Wednesday, July 31, 12:30 PM
Antoinette Matlins Undercover with Antoinette Uncover the hidden world of gemstones. Join Antoinette Matlins as she explores the gemstone industry and stories from the trade. Thursday, August 1, 12:30 PM
Antoinette Matlins The Luminous World Of Pearls: Most Ancient, Least Understood of All Gems Antoinette will focus on natural, not cultured pearls. She will focus on their historic associations to royalty, love, & marriage. She will bring some fabulous antique pieces to show. Friday, August 2, 9:30 PM
Kapil Bajaj Ethiopian Opal- A Lifetime Opportunity To Collect Precious Opal This class will explore the Ethiopian Opal and the importance of collecting this amazing gemstone.  Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM;
Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM;
Friday August 2, 9:30 AM
Shelly Sergeant All American Gems Join Shelly Sergent, Curator of Somewhere In The Rainbow Collection, as she gives a personal tour of All American Gems. Shelly will identify gems you should have in your personal collections and where they come from, as well as why American gemstones are unique and special. Shelly looks forward to seeing you all again for her fifth JTV Experience! Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM;
 
Vikas Sethi & Sunil Khinvasara Exotic Gems from New Exotic Places Experience exotic gemstone localities with two of our international gemstone experts. Take a virtual journey as they take you around world in search of rare gems. Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM
Eric Fritz Gemstones That Changed History Gemstones have influenced world history dating back to the earliest civilization.  This talk will begin with the "Breastplate of Aaron", also known as the stones representing the twelve tribes of Israel, which later became our birthstones as well as talismans for many religions.  The early explorers of the New World seeking gold, silver, emeralds and pearls set a new dynamic which formulated this land we live in today.  Many famous diamonds exchanged hands based on which country was in power at the time and we will trace those journeys.  Many of these transfers were centered by war and conquering.  Last but not least, we will revisit the story of the House of Faberge.  Lore and legend surrounding many of our favorite stones will round out the discussion. 
Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM;
Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM;
Friday August 2, 9:30 AM
Eric Fritz Turquoise: Stone of Mystery, Stone of Intrigue This session will explore the science, as well as the lore, behind turquoise.  Turquoise is one of the earliest revered gems and ancient Egyptians adorned themselves with it.  The Chinese carvers found it to be a stone of choice over 3,000 years ago. Turquoise is the national gem of Tibet and has long been considered a stone that guarantees health, good fortune and protection from evil.  We will have turqoise examples from various mines for you to explore the range of colors and appearance from localities all over the world, particularly the southwestern United States.  We will also explore treatments, composites and simulants ensuring everyone will become knowledgeable about this mysterious stone. Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM
Warren Boyd and Jeff Hapeman Montana Sapphires from the Eyes of the Miners Don’t miss the opportunity to do a deep dive into the mining of these exquisite and all-American gemstones from the guys who get their hands dirty and know Montana sapphires from the inside out. Sapphires are among the most prized of America’s home-grown stones. Experience American sapphire mining through the eyes of the guys who are immersed in the industry and hear the stories only they can tell. Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM;
Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM;
Friday August 2, 9:30 AM
Bear and Cara Stories from the Lab Treat yourself to an insider’s look at how gemstones are evaluated. Lab owners and raconteurs Bear and Cara Williams know where the gemstones are buried and whether they’re gemstones at all. Learn about the steps we take to ensure that your JTV purchases are the real thing. Hear about some of the unusual things that are sent in to be analyzed and get up-to-date on changes that have occurred in the gem industry from a couple who live and breathe gemstones every day. Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM;
Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM
 
Dawn Tesh
By The Book with Dawn Step into the studio and join us for an episode of "By the Book", one of our newest offerings at JTV.  This show follows the fabulous Sisk Gemology Reference series and is a gemstone journey that brings Jerry’s books to life, stone by stone and page by page. If you knew Jerry, you’ll love being part of the audience and enjoy traveling through the world of gemstones with Jerry’s vision to guide you. If you didn’t know Jerry, this is an opportunity to learn more about this amazing man, the gemstones he loved and the legacy he entrusted to us. Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM
Scott Parker A Look into Herkimer Diamonds Join Scott as he delves into the story of this exceptional stone. Scott will answer questions like "Is it really a diamond?”, “What makes a Herkimer diamond so unique?”, “What makes a Herkimer a Herkimer?", and "Are there imitators out there?” Get the inside scoop on a stone that is both beautiful and affordable with the very lively, informative and entertaining JTV host, Scott Parker. Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM
Dalan Hargrave Gemstones as Works of Art Dalan Hargrave has been a career goldsmith and lapidary for 40 years with his current focus on developing new gemstone cuts as works of art. Join him as he teaches the lapidary arts as a way of passing on the knowledge he has gained to the next generation of artisans. Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM
Jaimeen Shah Journey of a Gemstone An expert in East African gemstones, Jaimeen Shah has been involved in every aspect of the gem trade. Join him as he unveils the journey of a gemstone from the bush in East Africa to the bustling gem cutting factories of Jaipur, India to the ever-evolving diamond district of New York and the real life stories of the people involved in making this journey possible. Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM;
Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM;
Friday August 2, 9:30 AM
Chris Sellors & Rebecca Tucker Crowns & Tiaras: A Very British Tradition Step back in time with some of England’s greatest and most famous crowns and tiaras. Gracing the heads of some of the country’s richest and most aristocratic families, the crown and tiara were considered and still are the most opulent jewelry accessory of all. Learn about the history and significance of these famous jewels from times gone by up to present day! Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM;
Friday August 2, 9:30 AM
 
Danny & Michelle Hatcher
 
Opal Valuing Competition Join Australian opal experts, Danny and Michelle, to learn about opals, from mining and cutting to valuing and test your knowledge against the experts. Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM
Hillary Spector Diamonds Learn about diamonds! Discover how diamonds are formed, mined, graded and priced. Updated and in-depth technical information presented in an easy-to-understand manner. Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM;
Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM
Christopher Clark Light Up Your Life You can’t enjoy the beauty of your gems and minerals without light. Christopher Clark explores the interaction of light with a wide variety of gemstones and mineral specimens. Topics will include Kelvin color temperature and lighting; how to choose the best gems to wear based on lighting; choosing the best lighting at home for gem and mineral collectors; cool, warm and mixed lighting for displaying gems and minerals; display cabinets and light sources and more. Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM
Claire Scragg Polar Opposites Join Claire Scragg in exploring the use of polarized light in gemology. Polarization of light and its optical features provide assistance with gemological identification for both gemologists and appraisers. Although they do not always provide diagnostic results, tools like the polariscope and the London dichroscope can provide solid information to back up and enhance results gleaned from additional testing equipment. Claire will take you through principals and best practices for using each of these instruments. Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM
Claire Scragg Learning the Ropes of the Spectroscope Portable, versatile and diagnostic, the spectroscope is an essential part of a gem testing kit for every good gemologist. However, many gemologists are challenged in technique and interpretation of results when using the spectroscope.  Questions often asked include: "which type of spectroscope should I use?", "How do I best illuminate my gem?", and "How do I record my results?". Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM
Claire Scragg The Color Conundrum - Gem ID Series: "Seeing Red" Have you ever wondered where to begin when separating a parcel of gems of the same or a similar color? Or the most effective route for identifying a gem of a color. Join Claire Scragg, FGA DGA, for an informative hands-on workshop to learn how to efficiently separate similar, colored looking stones using a selection of readily available hand-held gem testing equipment, designed as a series of workshops each focusing on a color.  When we think of the color red the first gemstone that usually comes to mind is Ruby – but is it natural or synthetic? With so many possibilities, knowing which ‘go-to’ gemological tools is a valuable skill to use in reaching an efficient and effective identification solution. The workshop will focus on examining a selection of key red gemstones from ruby to red glass. Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM
Claire Scragg The Color Conundrum - Gem ID Series: "Out Of The Blue"
Have you ever wondered where to begin when separating a parcel of gems of the same or a similar color? Or the most effective route for identifying a gem of a color. Join Claire Scragg, FGA DGA, for an informative hands-on workshop to learn how to efficiently separate similar, colored looking stones using a selection of readily available hand-held gem testing equipment, designed as a series of workshops each focusing on a color.  When we think of the color blue the first gemstone that usually comes to mind is sapphire – but is it natural or synthetic? With so many possibilities, knowing which ‘go-to’ gemological tools is a valuable skill to use in reaching an efficient and effective identification solution. The workshop will focus on examining a selection of key blue gemstones from sapphire to blue glass.
Friday August 2, 9:30 AM
Bob Curry The Story Behind Lab Grown Diamonds Our presentation about Lab Grown Diamonds will cover the history of lab grown diamonds from the first ever to our current day market of lab grown diamonds. We will cover the technology involved in creating diamonds in a lab and the various methods of creating diamonds. We will explore the current retail markets and delve into the regulations on Lab Grown versus Mined Diamonds. We will attempt to explore the future of lab grown diamonds today, tomorrow and in the future. Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM
Hillary Spector

 

Pearls

 

Learn about saltwater and freshwater cultured pearls. Discover how pearls are cultured, evaluated and priced. A hands-on pearl lab will help explain the various pearl qualities. Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM
Claire Scragg
Treasures in the Tower
Join Claire Scragg on a journey through time covering the history, legend and lore of some of the world’s most famous royal jewels, including pieces from the personal collection of Queen Elizabeth II and the magnificent emerald tiara worn at the recent wedding of Princess Eugenie. These jewels are deliciously resplendent and have survived plunder, fire, theft and revolution. They are gracious and magnificent with intriguing histories. Claire’s presentation incorporates research and images from the most comprehensive study to date (1980’s). Claire will bring a limited-edition publication from 1897 on the English Regalia, and replicas of historical diamonds for class review.
Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM
Michael Peters Modern Marketplace Intersecting with Developing Nations
Supply, Security, and Story
Historically gemstone sourcing has been riddled with dishonesty. In this class, you’ll hear about the actions one company, Panjshir Valley Emeralds and Trusted Inc., is taking to change the face of that industry in positive and exciting ways. They take the concept of fair trade to new heights. “We at Panjshir Valley Emeralds and Trusted Inc., are spearheading and passionate about ethical sourcing, distribution, and sales of world-class emeralds, and soon, other best-in-class gemstones. We’re bringing integrity to the gemstone supply chain, bringing the highest level of accountability the emerald and gemstone industry has ever seen. We are doing this to help developing nations and families."
It’s fair to say at this company, they do more than talk the fair-trade talk; they walk the fair-trade walk. Join us for a lively discussion about changing the face of our industry.
Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM

Name Class Title Description Time(s) Offered
Jaimeen Shah  
 The Journey of a Gemstone  
An expert in East African gemstones, Jaimeen Shah has been involved in every aspect of the gem trade. Join him as he unveils the journey of a gemstone from the bush in East Africa to the bustling gem cutting factories of Jaipur, India to the ever-evolving diamond district of New York and the real life stories of the people involved in making this journey possible.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Friday August 2, 9:30 AM

       
Sheree Henry / Sarah Hopson Be a Jewel School Show Host All Levels: join Host Sheree and Show Planner Sarah for a behind-the-scenes look at creating an actual Jewel School broadcast show. Students will be able to plan and flow a show. Some students will get the chance to showcase their hosting skills and present the plans they create. This is an interactive class where everyone can have fun. Please bring a piece of jewelry that you created to the class.

Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM; Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Friday August 2, 9:30 AM

       
Christiane Ross Byzantine Weave Chainmaille Class All Levels: a step-by-step class to learn one of the oldest jewelry weaves known. Whether you're just learning to open jump rings or simply wanting to try a new weave, this class is for you. Materials will be provided but please bring any lighting or magnification you may need. If you have pliers you are comfortable with, feel free to bring them.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM; Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM

Christiane Ross
Jewel Loom Tapestry Bracelet
 
Open to all levels, but previous loom experience will be helpful. Working on a loom doesn’t mean you have to follow a straight line. Discover how using different size beads can give you a whole new dimension to your designs.  Materials will be provided but please bring any lighting or magnification you may need.

Friday August 2, 9:30PM

       
Susan Thomas Bead Soup Bangles All levels: students will get creative with “Bead Soup” while learning to make a continuous wire wrapped bangle.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31,12:30 PM

Susan Thomas Wrapped Hoops (Big or Small, You Choose!) Beginner/Intermediate: students will use basic tools and simple wire wrapping skills to create a pair of fabulous beaded hoops.  Basic wire wrapping skills helpful, but not required!

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1,12:30 PM

Susan Thomas Stacked Rings Students will learn the basics of soldering while making a set of sterling silver stack rings.  No previous soldering skills required.

Friday August 2, 9:30PM

       
Katy Smith Cherry Drop Earrings Beginner/Intermediate: students will make one pair of Katy’s favorite cherry drop earrings.  Skills include wire wrapping, forming and cutting, hammering and filing.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31,12:30 PM

Katy Smith Geo-Freeform Earrings Intermediate: students will make 1-2 pairs of Freeform Earrings using their choice of Wubber pliers. Here at Jewel School we LOVE our Wubbers and this is a great class to take if you want to try out a certain type. You will have access to round parallel, triangle, square parallel and rectangle parallel pliers. Skills include wire wrapping, forming and cutting, hammering and filing.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM

Katy Smith Lapis Coin Necklace Intermediate: students will make one lapis coin necklace that will not disappoint. The techniques learned in this class will take your jewelry making to the next level. Skills include wire wrapping, forming and cutting, hammering and filing, stringing and crimping.

Friday August 2, 9:30PM

       
Alicia Herzburn “Fly Trap” Necklace Beginner: learn to use simple loops, jump rings and eye pins to create an incredible netted necklace accented with gemstone beads.

 

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM

Alicia Herzburn “Mermaid Tail” Chandelier Earrings Beginner: use the Cougars Choice looping pliers to make a graceful, fluid pair of chandelier earrings with gemstone bead accents.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM

Alicia Herzburn Quick Link “Bubbles” Necklace Beginner: use Quick Links and wire to create a bold, colorful statement piece with a variety of gemstone beads of all shapes, styles and types.

Friday August 2, 9:30PM

       
Erin Grace Beading 101: Stringing and Crimping Beginner: learn the basics of stringing beads and adding clasps. Explore how beads impact what type of stringing material you use and create an original design from a bead buffet.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM

Erin Grace Beading 102: Simple Loops Beginner: learn (or refine) simple loops using wire, headpins, or eyepins. The instructor will walk you through both the “classic” technique and help you explore newer tools, like the One-Step Looper or Acculoop pliers, to find the best tool for you. Select beads, wire, and findings from a variety of color to start a one-of-a-kind necklace, bracelet or earrings.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM

Erin Grace Beading 103: Wrapped Loops Beginner: get started (or refine) your wrapped loops. Class will kick off with a technique demo and then move into one-on-one attention as students begin to create their own work from a colorful array of bead types and styles. As skill level and time allows, class may also include wire wrapped top-drill beads.

Friday August 2, 9:30PM

       
Sindi Schloss The History of Glass Beads, Identification and How to Recognize the Expensive Ones Last year we discussed the history of stone beads and examined unusual and new mineral beads seen in today’s marketplace.  This year’s focus will be on glass beads, their history and how to describe, identify and value them.  This class will expand upon your knowledge and appreciation of glass beads turning you into a bead master!  Bring a loupe or magnifier if you have one.  This hands-on class will teach you bead identification. 

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM; Friday August 2, 9:30 AM

       
Wyatt White Square and Half Round (WIRE) Pendant Beginner to Intermediate: students should have some wire wrapping skills. Join Wyatt White to learn how to use the Banding Pliers, single and double, to make a pendant setting for a cabochon.  Participants will use 22Ga Square wire and 21Ga Half Round to fashion the pendant setting, then set the cabochon into the setting and secure it.  It's serious wire work but we’ll be laughing along the way. Bring any necessary magnification that you may need.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM; Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM; Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM

Wyatt White Heavy Gauge Copper Bracelet Beginner- Intermediate: students should have some wire wrapping skills and hand strength. Want to learn some good techniques for bending, wrapping and securing heavy gauge square and half round copper wire, while encapsulating 8-Wire Square Braid Wire for a fancy look. Join Wyatt for this class and walk away with a beautiful cuff bracelet. Make it for yourself or for a friend, but we think you’ll want to keep it.

Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM; Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM; Friday August 2, 9:30 AM

       
Meredith Roddy Netted Bead Instant Pendant Beginner: Instant Pendants make it easy to make high-end looking jewelry in a jiffy! You won’t believe how fast and easy it is to make a beaded bead using tubular netting stitch. Students will work with four different sizes of firepolish beads in addition to seed beads and Delicas to stitch a beaded bead that will dazzle. After you finish the bead, you’ll thread it on a Beadalon Instant Pendant to be able to turn it into a beautiful necklace. Bring magnification if you require it.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM; Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM

Meredith Roddy Adjustable Shamballa Style Macramé Bracelet with a Sliding Closure Beginner: Knotted Macramé bracelets always seem to be in style, and with the Beadalon Tying Station, they are super easy to make! Using the Tying Station as a base, students will knot around large holed beads with Beadalon PolyCord to make a “Shamballa Style” bracelet. Next, you will add an adjustable sliding closure and beaded dangles for extra flair. This technique is perfect for stackable bracelets using all kinds of shapes and sizes of beads.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM

 

       
Tammy Honaman Knot-A-Bead or Three Beginner: Learn how to knot your own strand of beads using the Knot-A-Bead tool. Add drama to your design and learn how to use the Tin Cup Spacers. Join Tammy as she teaches you how to use these tools while you create a long, luxurious strand of beads! Finish with a clasp or make a necklace long enough you don’t need one.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31, 12:30 PM; Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM

Tammy Honaman Crochet Me a Necklace Beginner: learn how to crochet wire using fine-gauge wire and a crochet hook. Double the fun and learn how to crochet using two lengths of wire, then add in beads. We’ll cover the basics of crocheting with beads and wire while creating a necklace you can wear right out of class.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM

       
Fernando DaSilva Fantastic Cuff Beginner: Learn with the fabulous Fernando how to create a trendy and ultra-fun cuff bracelet featuring the latest Extra-Large Memory Wire by Beadalon and heavy texturized chain as separators.  As usual, once again, Fernando turns regular Czech glass beads into an ultra-fun and sassy accessory.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31,12:30 PM;
Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM; Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM

Fernando DaSilva Mystic Earrings Beginner: join Fernando on this straightforward workshop where you'll learn how to incorporate basic stringing components such as Stringing Wire, Crimp Beads and Wire-Guardians to create a fashionable pair of earrings featuring a cast open Lotus Link.

Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM; Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM; Friday August 2, 9:30 AM

       
Anne Dilker Gizmo Earrings Beginner: learn to use double and triple coils to make beads for your jewelry designs. We'll fashion them into a pair of earrings.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31,12:30 PM;
Wednesday July 31, 2:30 PM; Friday, August 2, 9:30 AM

 

Anne Dilker Kumihimo Bracelet Beginner: learn the Kusari Tsunagi braid structure on a standard round kumihimo disk. This braid is really useful in jewelry design as it creates a round braid with a straight stitch.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1, 12:30 PM;
Thursday, August 1, 2:30 PM

       
Laura Gasparrini Working with Leather, Knotted Leather Lariat Necklace Beginner to Intermediate: learn to knot this simple and elegant leather lariat necklace for a spare and contemporary design. Use large hole beads and leather to create a piece that is all the rage.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM; Wednesday July 31,12:30 PM;
Wednesday, July 31, 2:30 PM

Laura Gasparrini Working with Leather and Wire: Leather & Wire Embellished Wire Pendant Beginner to Intermediate: learn to make a Embellished Wire Pendant with an eclectic mix of beads. Add leather and your choice of fringe, charms and more to create a Boho-inspired necklace that showcases your personal style.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM; Thursday August 1,12:30 PM;
Thursday August 1, 2:30 PM; Friday, August 2, 9:30 AM

 

       
Rita Panulla Hand Stamped Cuffs Beginner: learn the fundamentals of hand stamping with ImpressArt’s Rita Pannulla. You'll make three personalized cuff bracelets while learning the basic techniques of hand stamping, the different types of metals commonly used in hand stamping, and how ImpressArt tools will help you achieve professional results.

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 2:30 PM

 

Rita Panulla Textured Domed Necklace Beginner: learn how to make a textured nesting pendant necklace with ImpressArt’s Rita Pannulla. Rita will walk you through the different techniques used to texture, dap and finish professional quality jewelry using ImpressArt tools.

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 2:30 PM

       
Sandra Younger Class 1  

Wednesday July 31, 9:30 AM,12:30 PM, 2:30 PM

Sandra Younger Class 2  

Thursday August 1, 9:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 2:30 PM