Teaching: Imagery on Silver
PO Box 4703, Cary, NC 27519
Elizabeth Lyne is inspired by graceful forms and patterns in nature – soft lines and swirls of feathers and fur, flower petals and butterfly wings. She has brought those impressions to her jewelry by expanding on methods of etching to create a unique process.
She is able to control and duplicate her results to provide deep texture and detail to make her jewelry come alive. Her class will cover her imagery development process as well as etching drawings onto silver using electricity without using toxic chemicals or producing any fumes.
She started making jewelry in 1997 and since 2005, she has been an exhibiting member of the Carolina Designer Craftsmen Guild (serving as President from 2012-15 & 2018) and the Piedmont Craftsmen. Her work can be found at The Mahler Fine Art in Raleigh, Virtuoso Jewels in Apex, Frank in Chapel Hill, and Piedmont Craftsmen in Winston-Salem.