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Creating jewelry

Bay School Community Arts Center student Davida Hall works with art clay silver to create a charm for a necklace during a class taught by Cynthia Quesenberry at the school on Main Street in Mathews. Art clay silver is pure fine silver mixed with water and an organic binder, said a press release. It is soft and easy to work using simple tools, is available in several formulations, and can be combined with ceramics, glass fusions, kiln fired enamel, and torch enamel. Students of all skill levels learned to manipulate the clay, make attachments, use a variety of textures and molds, finish and sand the pieces, and make simple repairs.

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