Saturday, June 23, 2018

I worked on a variety of jewellery pieces today

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Jewellery Courses Scheduled for the Near Future

Ottawa Carleton District School Board
Continuing Education
(613 239 2751)
Rideau High School
Monday Night Mar 2 - Mar 25 6:30 - 9:30 4 weeks
Metal Art Clay (4 weeks)

Rideau High School
Monday Night Apr 20 -May 11 3 weeks
Engraving (4 weeks)

Rideau High School
Monday Night May 25 - June 1 3 3 weeks
Enameling (3 weeks)

Brookfield High School
Wednesday Night Apr 25 - June 13( 6:30 - 9:30 ) skip vict day
Basic Silver Jewellery 7 Week s

Brookfield High School
Saturday Afternoon Mar 7 - Mar 28 12:30 to 3:30 4 Weeks
Brooches in Sterling Silver ( 4 Weeks) 29175

Brookfield High School
Saturday Morning May 2 - June 20 7 weeks 9:00 am - noon
Rings with Stones (7) 7 WEEKS

Brookfield High School
Saturday Afternoon Apr 25 - May 23 no class may 16
Art Clay (4 weeks) 12:30 - 3:30pm

Brookfield High School
Saturday Afternoon May 30 - June 13
Silver Boxes ( 3 weeks) 12:30 - 3:30pm

Canada Beading Supply
190 Collonade Road
Identification of Beads
Saturday Morning April 18 9:30 -12 noon

Ottawa Lapsmith and Mineral Club
Gem Faceting $185.00
March 30,31, April 1
Aug 3, 4, 5 6:30 - 9:30
Karl Schutt trained as a visual artist and instructor in the fine arts graduating with a
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Manitoba, and with a Master of Arts in Art History from the University of British Columbia.
He has been a Fellow of the British Gemmological Society, a member of the Canadian Gemmological Society and a graduate of the Gemological Institute of America since 1980
In 1975 he began gem cutting and over the years has perfected the art of gem faceting and stone repairs. He has taught this art for the past 15 or more years to students locally and from places as far away as India and Kenya.
He still is an avid student of the Fine Arts, working regularly in watercolours and pastels, sculpting in marbles and iron , and in the fine crafts with special interests in precious gems and metals, particularly sterling silver.
Over the years Karl has studied with such well known metalsmiths as Lois Betteridge, Harold O’Connor, Heikke Seppa, Sandra Noble Goss, Andrew Goss, and Michael Letki.
Karl for years has taught the jewellery and lapidary arts as well as drawing and painting through Continuing Education Programs at Algonquin College, the Ottawa Carleton District Board of Education and the Nepean Visual Arts Centre.