On the hunt for found objects: How to Create New and Eclectic Molds Video Download

Hone your treasure-hunting skills with one of mixed media's most impressive and innovative instructors, Jen Cushman!
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In this pre-recorded webinar download, you'll meet artists who "always seem to be searching for life's debris," or found objects.

Additionally, when you download this pre-recorded webinar you'll also . . .

· Discover great places to find objects for your art, and know a good piece for a mixed-media mold when you see it.

· Re-invent household, natural, or otherwise "free" objects to use in your pieces or add texture.

· Better be able to gauge how much medium you are going to need to use to make your molds and castings

As an added bonus, Jen will step-by-step walk you through re-purposing a found object into a mixed media collage.

Don't miss your opportunity to learn from an innovative artist!

Download this webinar today!

*Please note that depending on your computer and internet connection, this webinar may take a little extra time to load but it's well worth the wait!

About the Author
en Cushman is a natural storyteller who found mixed media art 13 years ago and never looked back. She is drawn to the imperfect, the funky, the quirky, the artsy and the authentic.
Her latest book Making Metal Jewelry(2013 North Light Books) focuses on beginning metalworking skills and mixed media jewelry techniques. She writes a column called “The Mixed Media Metalsmith” in each issue of Cloth, Paper, Scissors magazine and has a new DVD called “Breaking Out of the Mold” (Interweave 2013). Jen is also the Vice President and Co-Creative Director of Susan Lenart Kazmer ICE Resin®. Website jencushman.com.

SKU: EP7615

Author/Speaker/Editor: Jen Cushman

File/Trim Size: 339 MB

File Type: MOV

Format: Standard Definition Video

Runtime: 75 Minutes

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Customer Reviews

Not what I was expecting Review by Stephany

I expected this to be an actual video not a power point presentation with a voiceover. I'm sure there is a lot of good information but I was hoping to actually watch as she goes through the process of making molds. I personally was disappointed.

(Posted on 12/20/13)