Renowned Metal Artist wows Lapidary Club


Cathy Hasson

Vice President of Education, Lisa Teman-Rosenburg, brought renowned Pine, Arizona, metal artist April Bower and her assistant, Renee, to the Quail Creek Lapidary and Jewelry Club again.

Participating Club members Walt Obremski, Lisa Teman-Rosenburg, Cathy Hasson, Sandy Veydt, Carolyn Milbrath, Mary and Bruce St. Peter, Barbara Sharpe, Anita Sharples, Kaye Miller, Tony Kaprowski, Marj Berra, Steve Piepmeier, Susan Branch, Jim Herring, and Marge Delker produced amazing jewelry using brass, copper and silver during one or both days of instruction. Hammers, jewelry saws, torches, vices, files, and grinders were some of the tools used in the processes.

We are looking forward to April’s return in the spring for two more days of jewelry-making fun!