Intarsia II



We will be building on skills learned in Intarsia 1 to create more diverse and complex designs. Examples include quilt square patterns, open-space designs, wing patterns, stone-in-stone dots, and simple curve fitting. Additionally, we will explore problem solving techniques for working with certain difficult materials and/or situations. We will be using flat laps and intarsia grinders (not faceting machines). A selection of materials will be available, but you are encouraged to bring some of your own. A start-up kit of basic supplies will be provided for a nominal cost. The overall costs for the week will depend upon the amounts and types of material you purchase. Overall costs for the week will be less if you have your own material.

Lab Fee: $18

Est Materials Fee: $20 - $45

Consumables Fee: $15

Prerequisites: Intarsia I


Bill Boggs

Bill began attending William Holland School in 1993 and started teaching classes in 1997. He is experienced in lapidary, wirecraft jewelry, and metalsmithing, but his first love has always been finding and grinding rocks. For Bill, intarsia is a way to show off multiple rocks and minerals by combining them into endless combinations of colors and patterns.