PMC In Mixed Media
Create with this Fine Silver or Gold Jewelry Material
The focus of this book is to use PMC in combination with a wide range of other materials such as polymer, ceramic, fabric, and glass.
by Mary Ann Devos
The 18 projects in this book build on the basic techniques presented in the author’s first book – Introduction to Precious Metal Clay. In addition to the author’s work, some of the PMC Connection Senior Teachers have shared their favorite projects. The focus of this book is to use PMC in combination with a wide range of other materials such as polymer, ceramic, fabric, and glass. All artists are sure find some interesting projects and techniques to spark their own creativity.
Precious Metal Clay (PMC) combines the playfulness of clay with the value and permanence of pure silver and gold. It is easy to work with and a fun way to make heirloom quality jewelry sculptures. The 18 projects presented in this book were chosen to demonstrate the versatility of PMC and to inspire artists to release their creative imaginations in a variety of new directions.
- 96 Pages – all in color
- 360 Color Photographs
- 18 Projects
- Available in Print or eBook format
- Dimensions: 8 1/4” x 10 7/8” (21 x 27.6 cm)
- ISBN-Print Book: 978-0-919985-43-8
- ISBN-eBook: 978-0-919985-43-8e
About the Author:
Mary Ann was a pioneer in metal clay and working with it since 1996. She was the Director of Education for Art Clay and the Director of Education for PMC Connection, a direct importer of PMC into the US. Ken is the Program Coordinator and a Senior Teacher for PMC Connection. In addition to teaching PMC techniques, he is responsible for the business end of the process. He served as Senior Editor and provided photography for all of Mary Ann’s first books.