Rings on our fingers, that's what we've been up to in Midland this evening! We each made five different wire rings--with and without beads--to learn the basics of this unique art form.
Given the short amount of time we had to work (about three and a half hours total), I think it's amazing how many rings my students were able to finish. We even dipped some in liver of sulfur to artificially age them and give the orange copper wire a rosy radiance!
I'm so proud of my students. They worked hard, were very patient, tried some way-out creative techniques, and went home with a beautiful batch of rings.