Jewelry Making Intensive

Instructor: Sue Stockman
Saturday, March 18    9:00 AM – 4:00PM PM
Sunday, March 19       10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Evergreen Members: $200    Non-Members:  $215
*Materials fee $50 is included. There will be an additional cost for fine metals.


Jewelry by Sue Stockman

This weekend workshop will allow for an opportunity to learn and create jewelry from a variety of techniques and materials. Emphasis will be on basic metal techniques which will include sawing and soldering metals and basic stone setting and forging or hammering. There will be ample time to complete projects of your choice and to discover ways to assemble a wide range of materials. The materials can lead the way to explore without a specific design in mind.

Come and discover how to incorporate your own treasures and to dip into the materials that will be supplied to you for the class. No experience is necessary, but those wishing to more deeply explore specific areas can get individualized instruction. Small sculptural pieces can also be created using these connection techniques, so don’t let yourself feel limited to something that can be worn.

This workshop is an opportunity to reflect on where you are on your journey and to let the creative process record, rejuvenate and revamp parts of you that want recognition.

Bring your own treasures to incorporate in your design and a bag lunch.

Celebrated Artist SUE STOCKMAN exhibits her jewelry, mosaics, and sculpture throughout the United States and her art resides in collections worldwide. Her popular classes and workshops encourage personal creativity and growth on many levels. Ms. Stockman is an artist extraordinaire. She has been involved with Evergreen over the years and holds it in her heart. A local artist, located in St. Michaels, she crafts exotic art pieces, jewelry and mosaics. Evergreen is fortunate that Ms. Stockman shares her multifaceted talents at workshops, exhibits and fundraisers for Evergreen, as they are always wildly successful.

SUE STOCKMAN is a local teaching artist who encourages students to translate life experiences into something beautiful and tangible. She brings out the creativity in anyone! Click here to visit Sue’s website.