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Featured review
5 5 5 5 5
Austin
Jul 23, 2019

This is a review of Copper Etching kid's summer camp. This  was a great way to spend a free week of my summer. You can make things from bookmarks and rings to bracelets and necklaces, and also a few of your own nick-knacks. You learn how to use things such as jewelry saws, torches, a rolling mill, and others. I look forward to taking other camps here. I would also like there to be a stone setting camp!

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Chris

Christopher A. Hentz received his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of
Art. He is Professor Emeritus of Art having taught Jewelry and
Metalsmithing, Three Dimensional Design and Digital Fabrication at
Louisiana State University. As a special guest lecturer, Chris
teaches classes and workshops on jewelry and metalsmithing
techniques and CAD CAM for three-dimensional artists. He has taught
all overthe United States at universities and art schools, as well
as in Japan, Europe and Australia.
He is most well known for his “Outrageously Thorough Soldering
Workshop”. Christopher conducts research, from both historical and
non-traditional viewpoints, concerning concepts and techniques for
soldering, complex construction of containers; innovative chain
fabrication; inventive settings, hinges and mechanical movements
and more recently and extensive use of CAD/CAM for fabrication
layout and design.
As an exhibiting artist, Christopher has shown at galleries and
museums in the United States, Europe and Japan as well as in
prestigious craft shows such as the American Craft Council Show in
Baltimore,The Smithsonian Craft Show and The Philadelphia Museum of
Art Craft Show. His jewelry and metalwork is represented in Art
Jewelry Today, Art Jewelry Today 2, 500 Necklaces and 500 Wedding
Rings.

www.christopherhentz.com
www.chrishentz.com
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Featured review

Featured review
5 5 5 5 5
Austin
Jul 23, 2019

This is a review of Copper Etching kid's summer camp. This  was a great way to spend a free week of my summer. You can make things from bookmarks and rings to bracelets and necklaces, and also a few of your own nick-knacks. You learn how to use things such as jewelry saws, torches, a rolling mill, and others. I look forward to taking other camps here. I would also like there to be a stone setting camp!

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