New Workshops Now Available!

I'll be teaching several unique workshops at Milkweed Arts, 1850 W. Mulberry Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85015 in the coming weeks. Use the links below to enroll. 


Saturday, May 2, 2020

Love Actually: Metal Clay Workshop - ENROLL NOW! | 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Saturday, June 13, 2020

A Full Day of Soldered Charms! Beginner/Intermediate - CALL to ENROLL! | 9:00 am - noon

A Full Day of Soldering Charms! Advanced - CALL to ENROLL! | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm



Each of these workshops are also held on an "as request" basis from my home studio in Tucson. For more information please call 314-606-1718 or email cathy@cathyflesher.com



Love Actually: Metal Clay Workshop

Cost: $ 195 per person which includes clay and all materials

Share a friend, couple, or family experience!

Level: Perfect for beginner or intermediate learners


Get your hands dirty (literally) as you work through the process of making a fine silver heart pendant necklace. In this 3-hour workshop you will learn fundamental skills of working with fine silver metal clay while producing a love-inspired heart pendant neckalce that you will take home!

Fun with Soldering: Hands-On Soldered Charm Workshops Beginner and Advanced

Cost: $ 115 per person which includes solder, glass, images, and china options.

Share a friend, couple, or family experience!

Level: Perfect for beginner or intermediate learners


Create uniquely inspired keepsake or family ornaments and jewelry using old china, illustrations, photos, and vintage ephemera. In this 3-hour hands-on workshop you will learn fundamental skills of soldering while producing two (2) unique and personal pieces...perfect for thoughtful gifts!


* How to select proper tools and supplies to enhance your work

* How to correctly wrap and burnish copper tape when soft soldering two pieces of glass and china

* How to attach jump rings and add "bling" to your jewelry charms and ornaments

* Finish one piece of jewelry and one charm ornament


This project is supported in part by the Arizona Commission on the Arts which receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts.