Move Your Jewelry-Making Skills and Business Forward with Innovative Visions in Tucson 2015

John Heusler’s Beginning Cabochon Cutting

Are you going to Tucson? Are you looking for some fun and informative jewelry-making or jewelry business classes to take while you’re there?

There are dozens, possibly hundreds to choose from. Here’s a bit of info about some classes being offered by our friends and Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist contributors–even the editor in chief of LJJA herself, Merle White–as well as many other talented jewelry artists and instructors.


Mixed Metal Clay & Copper Ring
by Janet Alexander
Beautiful Bezel Ring
by Jeff Fulkerson
Quilled Silver & Gem Pendant
by Jackie Truty


I only have time for one class in Tucson, so I’m taking John Heusler’s beginning cabochon cutting class. I’m finally going to learn to cut my own stones! I’m so excited.

Want to join me? Read on to learn more about all the great classes for you to get excited about, too!

Innovative Visions Jewelry Classes in Tucson 2015

By Jeff Fulkerson

Silver fabrication, Keum Boo, Inlay, Fold Forming and Metal Clay Etching. These are just a few of the techniques being taught at Innovative Visions in Tucson this February.

Innovative Visions brings you jewelry making from Concept to Creation. Some of the best teachers in the industry will be teaching you a myriad of techniques that will enhance your jewelry-making skills and take your work to the next level.

Have you always wanted to get your piece published? Special guest Merle White, Editor-In-Chief of Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazine, will be giving a presentation on “The Evolution of Media Today.” Merle will also be discussing the most popular trends in media, including eBooks and video. Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to hear from and ask questions of one of the most respected voices in the industry.

We also have a rare western United States sighting of Jim Lawson, who photographs the great work that’s published in Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazine. Jim will be teaching how to photograph your jewelry as well as how to enhance your photos with Lightroom and Photoshop.

Whether your interests are wire knitting, cabbing, enameling, or if you want to explore something new like Niobium, we have the classes and the instructors you’ve been looking for.

Freeform Wire Bib necklace by Debora Mauser

Go to to sign up and to see our entire lineup of classes and instructors Don’t miss this opportunity to move your jewelry-making skills and business forward. Sign up today!


There are so many great classes, I can’t list them all here! Visit Innovative Visions to see these and more, including Soldered Collage Pendants by Gwen Youngblood, Steampunk Pendant by Joanie Whitehead, and Cool Corrugated Cuffs by Eva Sherman–and so many more!

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