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FRED ZWEIG "Patinas: How To Add Color To Your Work"

  • 09 Mar 2013
  • 9:00 AM
  • 10 Mar 2013
  • 5:00 PM
  • Metal Arts Village, Studio E, 3230 N. Dodge Blvd., Tucson, Arizona 85716 Info: 520-791-4063 X130/Jeanne
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Fred has been creating patinas for over 30 years! In the early '70s he made gorgeous copper fountains with sinuous cattails and lily pads using patinas while at Knox Campbell Gallery. They were a very popular item resulting in several commissions for installations in homes in the Tucson area. Explore safe methods to color copper and its alloys.These techniques can be used on most non-ferrous metals. Simple buried patinas; submersions;cold & hot applications will be covered. Students must bring (1) foot of 18g or 20g copper sheet to make a set of test pieces for future reference.

BIO: Fred Zweig is a self-taught metalsmith practicing since the early 1970s. He has been involved with teaching others for over 30 years and has a sincere passion for the process of metalworking and all of it's traditions and possibilities.

A creative innovator of materials and tools to create unique designs, Fred has attended and assisted in many workshops in metal and other media. Most recently he was a guest presenter for the international Society of North American Goldsmiths Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, last May, 2012. He has taught several workshops in California and Colorado and is a regular visiting artist at Idyllwild. Teaching is a natural extension of his desire to share with others what he knows which falls into his desire to "Show and Tell".

SKILL LEVEL: Beginning/ Intermediate
WORKSHOP FEES: $150 ADC Members/$175 Non-Members

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