All I can say is I had a fantastic time teaching at MCSJ.
It is a great venue and the hostess was very generous by allowing me to stay in her home. Thnaks Lisa and I leant a few bits and bobs myself, Archery! now who would have thought that I would be taught how to fire a bow and arrow Robin Hood style.
I was however a bit sore the next day.
But the best thing of all was seeing what my students made with the copper and silver clay.
|Sharon made this sea side pendent and a script brooch|
|Sandra had a chameleon theme|
|Humming bird by Sandra with a baldwins Patina|
|Sharon's first mask|
|Very Egyptian Sandra|
|Now this was the mask that Sharon kept hidden from me, its brilliant|
with the porcupine quill through his lip.
Well all in all I think they did a grand job, well done ladies :-D