Ann Cahoon

Ann considers herself extremely fortunate to have a diverse educational background. She received her BFA in Metalsmithing and Jewelry and Ceramics from the Maine College of Art in 1998, and later continued her training at Bostonís North Bennett Street School, completing their Jewelry Making and Repair program in 2002. She is proud to be both an artist and designer, as well as a tradesman and technician.

Ann is currently a self-employed designer and jeweler creating custom and limited production work.   Contact her at ann@flyingmarquis.com.



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Our Winter 2015 course catalog is graced with the artwork of Avery Lucas, a former Metalwerx scholarship winner.† The copper sculpture of two open palms comes to life with its intricate line work, gently imploring the viewer to decide whether the hands are giving, or receiving. The twenty-nine inch piece was created as one of […]
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December 12, 2014
 Knitted Bracelets
 

This process-oriented class is an introduction to knitting with wire, and will cover resources, materials and design ideas for successful knit bracelets using beautifully colored copper art wire.

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December 13, 2014
 Creative Cuffs
 Create a unique cuff bracelet while learning essential jewelry-making skills. Leah will teach students about roller printing, hammer texturing, sawing, drilling, and riveting as she guides everyone step-by-step through the project.
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December 19, 2014
 Chain Maille Jewelry: Persephone Weave
 Classic chain maille gets a modern update with the Persephone pattern. This workshop focuses on creating a matching set consisting of a bracelet, pendant and pair of earrings.
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January 14, 2015
 Soldering Solutions
 Need to improve your soldering skills? Seeking guidance on setting up a home soldering station? This comprehensive course focuses on developing students' skills to gain confidence in planning, executing, and troubleshooting soldered connections.
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January 23, 2015
 Mold Making and Casting
 Lost wax casting can be a time and money saving experience. Learn to make molds, sprue, invest, and finish models, to be cast in silver. Students will gain a clear understanding of what will work well and be cost effective in a production environment.
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February 21, 2015
 Introduction to Jewelry Making
 This condensed exploration of metalworking fundamentals is perfect for those who have always wanted to learn jewelry-making but never had the time. Saw, anneal, solder, file, texture, solder inlay, and more while creating one-of-a-kind jewelry!
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