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Our tenth artist for the Artist Project Series with Creative Fire using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Jeannette Froese LeBlanc, the promotor, write and editor for Creative Fire. Jeannette is also a teacher who holds a Master’s degree in education as well as several Bachelor’s degree’s in history and arts.

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Since the inception of PMC Sterling, it has had a 2 stage firing process as stated below:

Kiln Fire – 2 Stage:

  • 1000°F / 538°C – 30 minutes (open shelf)
  • 1500°F / 815°C – 30 minutes (activated carbon)

As confirmed by Tim McCreight,

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Our ninth artist for the Artist Project Series with Creative Fire using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Julia Rai, an award winning artist, teacher and writer. She is well known in the international metal clay community.

Julia explains, “Penannular style brooches have been used to fasten clothing since the late Iron Age.

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Our eighth artist for the Artist Project Series with Creative Fire using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Cynthia Thornton, a maker of small things from Asheville, NC. This is a multi-media project that combines EZ960® Sterling Silver Clay, resin, polymer clay and beads and finishes of your choice! Follow along and learn her process step by step for making this beautiful piece as well as more about Cynthia Thornton here.

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Our seventh artist for the Artist Project Series with Creative Fire using EZ960® Sterling Silver Metal Clay is Kim Nogueira, an automaton maker and art jeweller from the Virgin Islands. Her jewelry is full of old fashioned cranks and levers, adding individuality to every piece. Follow along and learn her process step by step for making this beautiful,

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