Jun 8, 2024 - June 9, 2024(9am - 5pm)

Decorations in Iron

Taught by: Garry Kalajian

Workshop Fee: $300.00

Lines, lobes, and dimples, subtly applied, can add an understated elegance to ironwork, and filing can enhance the effect.  Large pieces can be decorated, and smaller, discrete pieces can be used as a necklace pendant, a zipper fob, or a belt buckle.

In this workshop students will be introduced to the tools and techniques and guiding in making rosettes for towel holders or curtain tiebacks, a decorative back to a door pull, a leaf for a key fob or pendant. Ideas or previously made work to be enhanced are welcome.

Basic forge skills are recommended, especially experience heating iron using a coal forge.

Materials Fee: Included in the cost of the workshop.

Special Tools or Equipment: The farm makes available to students eye and ear protection, gloves, and aprons. Comfortable closed toed shoes and street clothes are recommended. If you have forge tools you like working with you are welcome to bring them.

Workshop Policies: Please be sure to read our policies before you register for a workshop which can be found here Workshop Policies

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