Wire Wrapping with Dean Bennett

Classes offered at Salt Lake City Gem Faires.

Class schedule:

Free Discussion – wire & tool basics  |  Saturday 10am–10:30am

Open Time – Q&A  |  Sunday anytime if no classes are in session or as follows:
Friday & Saturday 1:30pm-2pm and 5:30pm-6pm
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structured

Traditional Structured (Pendant) Class: Learn basic wire wrapping techniques to include measuring, binding and design techniques that are the foundation for creating a variety of traditional structured pendants & earrings.

Class fee $120, includes copper, base, or plated metals, materials and handouts.

Friday 10am–5:30pm (7.5 hours with a half hour break 1:30pm-2pm)

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basicsBasics & Beyond Class: Learn basic wire wrapping techniques similar to Friday’s class, but emphasizing different shaped stones. The same foundation principles are taught with some added more advanced methods and design choices.

Class fee $120, includes copper, base, or plated metals, materials and handouts.

Saturday 10:30am–5pm

Only 5 seats available per class, so be sure to reserve a spot in advance. A deposit of $25 (money order) reservation fee is required, remainder due before class time. Cancellation no later than 24 hours prior to class time will be accepted with a refund, after that time or no show – no refund. Cash or money order only, no credit/debit cards please.


About Dean Bennett

deanDean Bennett has been collecting and using stones for jewelry all his adult life. He was fortunate six years ago to take a basic wire wrapping class and since that time has advanced artistically with his own techniques. He has taught numerous wrapping classes in northern Utah senior centers and in his home. Students will learn basic traditional principles while completing a piece to wear and be proud of. Most wire artists develop their own styles and techniques having learned the basic foundation methods. Dean’s classes emphasize that goal. Tools furnished for classroom use without charge. Samples of class projects will be on display.

Call  (801) 589-7945  ::  Email  deansusanbennett@q.com