Session 3: Lasercut Landscapes

June 17 - June 21, 2024

Lasercut Landscapes

This workshop begins with a walk in the woods. Feet, hands, eyes will serve as our primary art-making tools as we collect components. We will transition into the studio with a focus on using the laser cutter to create links, etch imagery, and mark natural objects as elements for a necklace that recounts the walk. We will explore other techniques that explore using natural materials in our work, with a continuous conversation about how jewelry can serve as an artifact of an experience & place. Basic soldering skill are helpful for this workshop.

Materials Fees for this workshop are estimated to be between $85-115. This does not include materials that may need to be purchased by the student prior to the workshop.

Meet the Instructor

Kelly Jean Conroy

Kelly Jean Conroy works out of a studio outside of Boston, creating jewelry that depicts life cycles in nature. Her specialties include laser cutting, enameling, and working with natural materials: carving bone & mother of pearl. She received her BFA from Syracuse University in Art Education and an MFA in Jewelry Metals from the UMass…


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