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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February 07, 2015
 Lapidary at the Bench
 Take ordinary, damaged, or chipped cabochons to extraordinary without the need for a full lapidary studio. Join us and be taught to cut, alter, refashion and customize cabochon stones with tools from your bench!
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February 14, 2015
 Tinkering with Wire
 Utilizing simple tools it is possible to make a wide variety of objects from jewelry-scale to architectural elements in wire. Through demonstration, samples, images, drawing and discussions, students will build objects employing wire-working techniques.
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February 20, 2015
 Girl with a Pearl Earring(s)
 Lustrous and versatile, pearls can be used in a diverse array of jewelry from the everyday to dressy as well as both classical and modern styles. Learn to incorporate round and flat-bottomed, fully drilled and half-drilled, into several pairs of earrings.
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March 07, 2015
 Forging Identities
 Forging brings wire to life and is both more interesting and elegant than its standard round shape. Forging Identities covers basic forging techniques. Students will learn how to shape and draw down wire (elongate and taper) for jewelry.
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