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Carol Simmons Level 1 Six Day Master Cane Workshop

Mon. 3 Jun, 2019 3:00 pm - Sun. 9 Jun, 2019 4:00 pm
June 3-8, 201910:00 am to 5:00 pm with a break for lunchQuality Suites Conference Room1501 Gibson Blvd SE (near the airport)$690.00 (includes clay and most supplies)Have fun developing your personal color palette and style while learning Carol’s unique approach to kaleidoscope design and pendant construction.Experience Level: Intermediate caning experience.Topics will Include: Selecting a color palette you love for your master cane Color mixing to achieve color harmony and strong value contrast within your selected palette Ways to modify/control your clay for better caning results Applying a painterly approach to component cane design (using new and old Skinner Blend techniques) Component cane types, ranging from simple to detailed, and how to construct them (level of difficulty and   types of canes will depend upon interest and experience of participants) Strategies for complex cane design (how to use different cane types to create rhythm, balance, emphasis, contrast and flow in the master cane) Slicing the cane with the “Simmons Slicer” Information on how to store/transport/handle the slices. Making and using angle templates Combining sections of slices to produce a wide variety of beautiful, unique but coordinated designs Creating base forms from scrap clay Applying veneers to base forms Finishing a pendant (making holes, firing, sanding, buffing) If there is time and interest, finishing a coordinating adjustable cord and earring construction techniques will also be demonstrated. For more information and to register, contact Annie Hooten at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloaka09fce75fe2756d8d25bcbb9e30730b8').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addya09fce75fe2756d8d25bcbb9e30730b8 = 'hootenannie4' + '@'; addya09fce75fe2756d8d25bcbb9e30730b8 = addya09fce75fe2756d8d25bcbb9e30730b8 + 'aol' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_texta09fce75fe2756d8d25bcbb9e30730b8 = 'hootenannie4' + '@' + 'aol' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloaka09fce75fe2756d8d25bcbb9e30730b8').innerHTML += ''+addy_texta09fce75fe2756d8d25bcbb9e30730b8+''; .

Carol Simmons Level 1 Six Day Master Cane Workshop

Tue. 4 Jun, 2019 3:00 pm - Mon. 10 Jun, 2019 4:00 pm
June 3-8, 201910:00 am to 5:00 pm with a break for lunchQuality Suites Conference Room1501 Gibson Blvd SE (near the airport)$690.00 (includes clay and most supplies)Have fun developing your personal color palette and style while learning Carol’s unique approach to kaleidoscope design and pendant construction.Experience Level: Intermediate caning experience.Topics will Include: Selecting a color palette you love for your master cane Color mixing to achieve color harmony and strong value contrast within your selected palette Ways to modify/control your clay for better caning results Applying a painterly approach to component cane design (using new and old Skinner Blend techniques) Component cane types, ranging from simple to detailed, and how to construct them (level of difficulty and   types of canes will depend upon interest and experience of participants) Strategies for complex cane design (how to use different cane types to create rhythm, balance, emphasis, contrast and flow in the master cane) Slicing the cane with the “Simmons Slicer” Information on how to store/transport/handle the slices. Making and using angle templates Combining sections of slices to produce a wide variety of beautiful, unique but coordinated designs Creating base forms from scrap clay Applying veneers to base forms Finishing a pendant (making holes, firing, sanding, buffing) If there is time and interest, finishing a coordinating adjustable cord and earring construction techniques will also be demonstrated. For more information and to register, contact Annie Hooten at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak073e507e56b67cdfcd3e3ac13beb3698').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy073e507e56b67cdfcd3e3ac13beb3698 = 'hootenannie4' + '@'; addy073e507e56b67cdfcd3e3ac13beb3698 = addy073e507e56b67cdfcd3e3ac13beb3698 + 'aol' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_text073e507e56b67cdfcd3e3ac13beb3698 = 'hootenannie4' + '@' + 'aol' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloak073e507e56b67cdfcd3e3ac13beb3698').innerHTML += ''+addy_text073e507e56b67cdfcd3e3ac13beb3698+''; .

Carol Simmons Level 1 Six Day Master Cane Workshop

Wed. 5 Jun, 2019 3:00 pm - Tue. 11 Jun, 2019 4:00 pm
June 3-8, 201910:00 am to 5:00 pm with a break for lunchQuality Suites Conference Room1501 Gibson Blvd SE (near the airport)$690.00 (includes clay and most supplies)Have fun developing your personal color palette and style while learning Carol’s unique approach to kaleidoscope design and pendant construction.Experience Level: Intermediate caning experience.Topics will Include: Selecting a color palette you love for your master cane Color mixing to achieve color harmony and strong value contrast within your selected palette Ways to modify/control your clay for better caning results Applying a painterly approach to component cane design (using new and old Skinner Blend techniques) Component cane types, ranging from simple to detailed, and how to construct them (level of difficulty and   types of canes will depend upon interest and experience of participants) Strategies for complex cane design (how to use different cane types to create rhythm, balance, emphasis, contrast and flow in the master cane) Slicing the cane with the “Simmons Slicer” Information on how to store/transport/handle the slices. Making and using angle templates Combining sections of slices to produce a wide variety of beautiful, unique but coordinated designs Creating base forms from scrap clay Applying veneers to base forms Finishing a pendant (making holes, firing, sanding, buffing) If there is time and interest, finishing a coordinating adjustable cord and earring construction techniques will also be demonstrated. For more information and to register, contact Annie Hooten at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak3e87308ea2f32a2385530c698001df3d').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy3e87308ea2f32a2385530c698001df3d = 'hootenannie4' + '@'; addy3e87308ea2f32a2385530c698001df3d = addy3e87308ea2f32a2385530c698001df3d + 'aol' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_text3e87308ea2f32a2385530c698001df3d = 'hootenannie4' + '@' + 'aol' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloak3e87308ea2f32a2385530c698001df3d').innerHTML += ''+addy_text3e87308ea2f32a2385530c698001df3d+''; .

Carol Simmons Level 1 Six Day Master Cane Workshop

Thu. 6 Jun, 2019 3:00 pm - Wed. 12 Jun, 2019 4:00 pm
June 3-8, 201910:00 am to 5:00 pm with a break for lunchQuality Suites Conference Room1501 Gibson Blvd SE (near the airport)$690.00 (includes clay and most supplies)Have fun developing your personal color palette and style while learning Carol’s unique approach to kaleidoscope design and pendant construction.Experience Level: Intermediate caning experience.Topics will Include: Selecting a color palette you love for your master cane Color mixing to achieve color harmony and strong value contrast within your selected palette Ways to modify/control your clay for better caning results Applying a painterly approach to component cane design (using new and old Skinner Blend techniques) Component cane types, ranging from simple to detailed, and how to construct them (level of difficulty and   types of canes will depend upon interest and experience of participants) Strategies for complex cane design (how to use different cane types to create rhythm, balance, emphasis, contrast and flow in the master cane) Slicing the cane with the “Simmons Slicer” Information on how to store/transport/handle the slices. Making and using angle templates Combining sections of slices to produce a wide variety of beautiful, unique but coordinated designs Creating base forms from scrap clay Applying veneers to base forms Finishing a pendant (making holes, firing, sanding, buffing) If there is time and interest, finishing a coordinating adjustable cord and earring construction techniques will also be demonstrated. For more information and to register, contact Annie Hooten at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak768eb5bd5dd82cb49e5a2239c59112a6').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy768eb5bd5dd82cb49e5a2239c59112a6 = 'hootenannie4' + '@'; addy768eb5bd5dd82cb49e5a2239c59112a6 = addy768eb5bd5dd82cb49e5a2239c59112a6 + 'aol' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_text768eb5bd5dd82cb49e5a2239c59112a6 = 'hootenannie4' + '@' + 'aol' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloak768eb5bd5dd82cb49e5a2239c59112a6').innerHTML += ''+addy_text768eb5bd5dd82cb49e5a2239c59112a6+''; .

Carol Simmons Level 1 Six Day Master Cane Workshop

Fri. 7 Jun, 2019 3:00 pm - Thu. 13 Jun, 2019 4:00 pm
June 3-8, 201910:00 am to 5:00 pm with a break for lunchQuality Suites Conference Room1501 Gibson Blvd SE (near the airport)$690.00 (includes clay and most supplies)Have fun developing your personal color palette and style while learning Carol’s unique approach to kaleidoscope design and pendant construction.Experience Level: Intermediate caning experience.Topics will Include: Selecting a color palette you love for your master cane Color mixing to achieve color harmony and strong value contrast within your selected palette Ways to modify/control your clay for better caning results Applying a painterly approach to component cane design (using new and old Skinner Blend techniques) Component cane types, ranging from simple to detailed, and how to construct them (level of difficulty and   types of canes will depend upon interest and experience of participants) Strategies for complex cane design (how to use different cane types to create rhythm, balance, emphasis, contrast and flow in the master cane) Slicing the cane with the “Simmons Slicer” Information on how to store/transport/handle the slices. Making and using angle templates Combining sections of slices to produce a wide variety of beautiful, unique but coordinated designs Creating base forms from scrap clay Applying veneers to base forms Finishing a pendant (making holes, firing, sanding, buffing) If there is time and interest, finishing a coordinating adjustable cord and earring construction techniques will also be demonstrated. For more information and to register, contact Annie Hooten at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak4104a1460abf7cf01bdab1245bca745a').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy4104a1460abf7cf01bdab1245bca745a = 'hootenannie4' + '@'; addy4104a1460abf7cf01bdab1245bca745a = addy4104a1460abf7cf01bdab1245bca745a + 'aol' + '.' + 'com'; var addy_text4104a1460abf7cf01bdab1245bca745a = 'hootenannie4' + '@' + 'aol' + '.' + 'com';document.getElementById('cloak4104a1460abf7cf01bdab1245bca745a').innerHTML += ''+addy_text4104a1460abf7cf01bdab1245bca745a+''; .
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