Painting With Electricity

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Explore the world of Niobium with Marti Brown, and discover how fun it is to paint with electricity! Once you’ve learned how to achieve the colors you want with Niobium, learn how to make a pair of anodized Niobium earrings.

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Niobium is a reactive metal, meaning that it is one of a family of metals that undergo chemical reactions when combined with or exposed to other elements. The beauty of reactive metals is that they are generally hypoallergenic, tough, lightweight, and can be colored to an astonishing array of hues using controlled electrical impulses. Explore the world of Niobium, and discover how fun it is to paint with electricity!

This 35-minute course includes:
 Part 1: Exploring Anodized Niobium
 Part 2: Making Anodized Niobium Earrings

About the expert:
Marti Brown has been designing jewelry for more than 32 years. Her most recent works use Niobium, silver, gold, and metal clay with beads and other accents. It is the color possibilities in the Niobium that appeals to her most.
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