As of January 2015, Eugenia has retired from teaching regularly scheduled workshops. She is busily using her extra time to pursue her love of metal designs as well as taking workshops to further hone her skills. While not teaching on a regular basis, she is open to discussing private workshops at her studio and welcomes inquires.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Come and learn brazing and other techniques for making a copper pendant.
This is an effective and easy alternative to soldering as brazing uses a torch to melt brazing material between two pieces of metal to create a very strong seam, much like glue. No flux, solder, or metal preparation required.
Eugenia will teach this method and guide you through creating a beautiful pendant.
Please come back soon to watch more video tutorials as they become available.
"I was first introduced to Eugenia's wire wrapped jewelry at a bead show in 2009 and was "WOWED" by the beauty of the jewelry she had created. I immediately asked where to sign up for a class and have been hooked ever since. I've taken many classes with Eugenia and she is always patient and generous with her time and knowledge. I am so happy to have found someone so talented (and close to home) who is eager to teach and share her skills. I highly recommend Eugenia to anyone looking to learn to make their own jewelry."
by Debe Vanderheide, Cloverdale, BC
"Eugenia Chan is an inspiring and committed instructor with more brilliant design ideas in her little finger than most people have in their entire head!"
by Janise Strathearn, Vancouver, BC
"Eugenia is where awesome meets reality. Eugenia has opened my world to wire work and design. Think of something new and Eugenia can help make it come true. Wonderful lady to learn from, you never lose when it comes to learning with the best and that is what she is "The Best!"
by Dawn Dutrizac-Larose, New Westminster, BC
"I can hardly wait to take my next classes (I am booked for two more) with Eugenia, I find the classes so much fun and very creative and even more inspiring."
by Linda Leaming