Bind, Skin, Embed: The Versatility of Epoxy Clay

All Levels
March 9 & 16, 2024 11:00 am - 1:00 pm View in Your Timezone

Discover epoxy clay, a two-part moldable polymer with a myriad of applications perfect for contemporary jewelry and small sculpture. It can be used as a strong adhesive, surface skin, or base material for embedded objects. It can be sawed, filed, sanded, and painted. Along with the basics, we will explore various armatures and methods for creating volumetric forms, a variety of surface treatments, and infinite possibilities for combining epoxy clay with other materials. Come experiment with me!



All of our online workshops are recorded and, with purchase of the seat in the class, you have access to the recording(s) between workshop sessions as well as for 45 days after the workshop ends.

Meet the Instructor

Claire Webb

Claire Webb is currently Assistant Professor of Jewelry and Metalsmithing at the University of Oregon in Eugene. She received an MFA from SUNY New Paltz in 2021. Her research utilizes the expressive potential of unexpected material combinations and transformations to examine fundamental human desires. Claire has shown work with a number of institutions including Galerie…


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