Brought to us by SDSU instructor and materialsmith Kerianne Quick, the Hand Medal Project is an international metal arts collaboration in which metalsmiths around the world are making small, wearable hands as a sign of gratitude for health care workers. The hands are reminiscent of milagros or ex votos - religious objects used to invoke miracles. At great risk to themselves and their families, our health care workers are saving lives every day - a miracle indeed. As a part of Keri’s team, our goal is to produce 180 medals - one for each health care professional at Scripps. The Anneville Jewelry Club is a free group that comes together for excursions, online gatherings, group projects. This will be our second event for 2020. Joining our Hand Medal Team is totally free and, if you know us, we'll have some fun with it for sure. Read on for details and sign up.
Here are the details for making your medals:
What is the FREE Anneville Jewelry Club? Anneville Jewelry Club is a free, informal group of metalsmiths and makers. No dues, no meetings, no malarky. We just get together online and in person to learn, work, make friends and have fun.
Educator, metalsmith, jeweler, maker of custom mokume gane jewelry and wedding rings.