Haunani Gane…

mokumeGlistening Brooches/ Haunani Gane

One day workshop for the Northern Virginia Bead Society at the Reston Community Center in Reston, Virginia- Saturday April 4th, 2009 registration deadline April 1st- more details may be found here.

 “Haunani Gane” is a polymer clay adaptation of mokume gane an ancient Japanese layered metalworking technique. Glistening, gossamer, intriguing layers of polymer clay characterize this version invented by Lindly. You will learn the keys to color selection, how to tint translucent clay, how to make a mokume block and useful strategies for multi-layered constructions. You’ll also explore ways to manipulate the surface finish to accentuate the beautiful brooch you will create.

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