Lyn Stoll began her journey in the arts studying book illustration design at the Academy of Art College in 1975 in San Francisco. While in San Francisco, Lyn discovered a fascination with embossing and ended up spending three years studying metal etching with the Fort Mason Printmakers.
Lyn earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jewelry + Metalsmithing at Texas Tech University in 1998. Additionally, she has been sharing her expertise and skills with the Garden & Arts Center by teaching Jewelry Without a Torch 1 & 2 for beginning to intermediate students for the past six years.
For more information about Lyn and her work, please visit her website: Lyn Stoll Jewelry
Jewelry without a Torch Pt. 1 ABOUT THE CLASS:
Jewelry without a Torch Pt. 1
Saturdays, February 1 - 22
$125 + $25 supply fee
Create unique jewelry while learning: fold forming, chain making, piercing, rivets, and patinas. This class meets for four weeks every Saturday. There is a $25 supply fee for this class.
Our classes have a both a minimum requirement and maximum amount of students, so make sure you reserve your spot early! If you are interested in this class be sure to call the GAC at least a week in advance at: 806-767-3724 to sign up. Additionally, you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
to sign up for classes.