We are always delighted to share pieces that have been created with EZ960 Sterling Silver Clay. The pieces pictured below were created by seven different students in Russia at the METALCLAYSTUDIO. The METALCLAYSTUDIO offers training on working with metal clay with both basic and advanced classes. Thank you to the folks at METALCLAYSTUDIO for sharing these photos with us!Read more about:
Another project is here for The Artist Project Series with EZ960®! We are thrilled to support Creative Fire with this process.
The fourth artist is Kathy Van Kleeck, a jewelry artist since 1994. She has created a unique ring using EZ960 Sterling Silver Clay while showing us her process step by step.Read more about:
Our third artist for the Artist Project Series using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Marco Fleseri. Marco has created a unique and intricate cuff bracelet he calls “Nelumbo vertabralis.” He says this bracelet was inspired by vertebrae and lotus flower petals (“nelumbo” is the genus name for the lotus family of plants).Read more about:
I wanted to create some cute Christmas earrings for ugly sweater parties and other festive activities that happen this time of year… so reindeer earrings it twas! I am new to metal clay so these were a little bit of a challenge, but with help of my Aunt I am very happy with how they turned out!Read more about:
We are happy to share the second featured artist for “The Artist Project Series” by Creative Fire. This series features 12 artist who are letting us observe into their studio while they create a piece of art using EZ960™ Sterling Silver Clay.
The second artist is Cindy Miller,Read more about:
We are continuing to receive beautiful photos from artists using EZ960™ Sterling. Irina Vasilieva, metal clay artist from Russia created this beautiful ring and earring set. The earrings were fired at 1724°F/940°C for 15 minutes and the ring was fired at 1700°F/927°C for 1 hour.Read more about:
We are continuing to receive beautiful photos from artists using EZ960 Sterling. Irina Vasilieva, metal clay artist from Russia created this beautiful textured ring. This beauty was formed and fired flat at 1650°F / 900°C for 4 hours. Irina then formed the ring around a steel mandrel.Read more about:
Over the past few months, (March, 2016 to June 2016), I have had the distinct pleasure of testing a fabulous new Sterling Silver clay.Read more about: