To be an artist, find an ineffable technique, then give in to inspiration.

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Online Courses at I Love Silver

New to the world of metal clay? Want to grow your skills? Want to stretch yourself with a challenge?

Kris creates a new online course or snippet-of-information monthly. Her courses cover the Basics, Beyond the Basics, and Challenges for the experienced metal clayer. Oh, and lots of Freebies!

You find videos, photos, explanations, process options, resources, tools, and steps in each course. Sign up HERE to receive email notification of new courses and new-info freebies.

Click here to go to I Love Silver!

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Kris Kramer Designs Studio — Physical or Virtual

Physical Studio

  • Kris’ studio in Whitefish, Montana has two work stations - one for you and one for a friend. You determine what you want to learn, from basics to more challenging skills. While using tools in Kris’ studio, you are free ask about any skill, technique, aspect of metal clay, and she will share everything she knows on the topic. 
  • Contact Kris for details and to schedule the dates at least 30 days in advance. Private studio instruction is $40 per hour per person. PMC3 and 960 clays are available for purchase. 
  • Take a tour of her studio. 
  • Mingling metal clay instruction with a vacation? Here is a great home to rent.

Virtual Studio

  • A one-hour, live web meeting on anything to do with metal clay — questions, concerns, ideas, unfinished projects, what you want to learn, how to get past obstacles, and/or professional and business related questions. 
  • Kris has ten years of experience for the sharing, ten thousand photos, and tons of published videos from which to pull for teaching or illustrating. 
  • Pay here with PayPal. $40 per one-hour meeting. 
  • Then email Kris with some date-and-time options and she will send you a Zoom meeting invite.


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Metal Clay Tidbits & Tricks Below

Tidbits and Tricks are below. These are a miscellany of tidbits and tricks for working with silver metal clay. These are created and posted about the middle of each month. 

Sign up HERE to receive notification of new postings. Let Kris know of a tidbit or trick that would interest you.

The tidbits and tricks have grown in number and are still shown below in order of addition.
Because of their number, they are now organized in these topics.
This was a huge undertaking, so let Kris know if you encounter any snafus.

Tools & Miscellaneous
Wet-Clay Stage

Dry-Clay Stage
Fire & Finish
Projects

Bench in Studio




© Kris A Kramer 2017