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Explore JOGS Instructors
by Judy Ellis, Wirejewelry.com
Wire Jewelry Tip for October 3rd, 2016
Explore JOGS 2017 Instructors
I wanted to take a few weeks and introduce you to our 2017 JOGS instructors, as well as highlight some of the classes they will be teaching and help you discover a few of the exciting things you can do while in Tucson!
Let me introduce you to our 2017 JOGS Instructors:
Jewelry designer and instructor Albina Manning was born in Russia, in a small town not far from Volga River. In 2003 she moved to Arizona. Her works have been used by Fire Mountain Gems both as a back cover advertisement and inside their catalog.
Albina has written several E-books and has been published in ‘Art Bead Circle Magazine’ , ‘Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry’ , as well as the book Mixed Media Jewelry Techniques, a collaboration with Dale “Cougar” Armstrong and eight other talented jewelry artists. Albina’s latest success is her Coiling and Weaving Wire Jewelry Designs Series, a 3-DVD series devoted to working with round wire to create beautiful designs, released through Wire-Sculpture.com.
A few of Albina’s Classes:
Debora Mauser has been teaching nationally for 7 years at large venues like Bead and Button and Bead Fest, Tucson shows as well as bead stores and schools like William Holland and Sawtooth Center. She is a certified Wubber’s University and Painting with Fire Instructor.
In 2013 Debora was a part of Nunn Designs Innovation team. Her work has been featured in national magazines like Step by Step Wire, and online at Jewelry Making Daily. Debora’s teaching style is fun and low key, with student input being vital to the success of each class.
A few of Debora’s Classes:
Plan your 2017 Tucson trip around taking a class – or a few!