EatMetal, Inc specializes in heirloom jewelry, bespoke jewelry, one of a kind artisan jewelry, bridal jewelry and limited edition jewelry collections. The school offers classes and one-day workshops for small groups, which create an intimate and dynamic learning experience.
Elizabeth Tokoly's unique artistic approach for designing art jewelry is inspired by her investigating math and nature, providing her with limitless possibilities. Her work echoes the gracefulness of organic characteristics of nature. Her work has a minimal aesthetic. It exhibits simple lines, primary forms, shapes or structures. It uses systems, arrangement and distribution of components consisting of more that one part, element or bit. It is an evolution of a form into an object or piece of wearable art.
She constructs her work with traditional techniques and contemporary ideas. It is hand crafted in precious metals sterling silver, 18k gold and combinations of 18k gold with patinated sterling silver. She uses colored gemstones and diamonds in various shapes.
The class was great! Elizabeth was a really good instructor and gave everyone all the attention that they needed. I would highflying recommend this class and instructor!
Elizabeth was wonderful to work with! Both my girlfriend and I have zero experience with any type of metalwork and she guided us through making these wonderful textured rings. We had so much fun! Definitely a unique experience and one we would definitely repeat! The only issue was finding parking, but that's hoboken for you.
Elizabeth was great! Very easy to learn from, had a blast creating! Already ready to book my next class!!
BethAnn was great!
Excellent class. Only suggestion is I would have liked to leave with written instructions so I don't forget anything.
The teacher was awsome. The vibe was great!
Amy V. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Tineke H. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Jennifer M. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Grace M. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.