PRESS PHOTOS BY APRIL PETERSONThe Baum School of Art welcomed young artists to a summer camp session focused on jewelry and metal smithing Aug. 12 through 16. Campers ages 12 to 17 fashioned rings, cuff bracelets and other wearable jewelry art in the camp. ABOVE: Rachel Royer, left, who is leading the jewelry class for the first time as a new teacher at The Baum School, helps Dora Shi perfect a
Michelle Wilson takes inspiration from music for her ring design. Wilson, who will be a high school senior in the 2019-2020 academic year, is interested in biomedical and mechanical engineering.
Felicity Lui, left and Juliana Ran work on sizing a ring at The Baum School of Art, Allentown, Aug. 14. Ran, who lives in Connecticut, visited Lui for the summer.
Maisy Funk uses a hammer to craft a promise ring. “It’s just supposed to be simple,” Funk said of her design.
Gwendolyn Muller crafts a heart-shaped ring using pliers. A theater student at Arts Academy Charter Middle School, Muller plans to use her jewelery skills and knowledge researching and dressing future characters she will play. See additional photos at www.thelehighvalleypress.com.
Dora Shi uses a horsehair mallet to work on her jewelry design.
Music notes inspire a jewelry design by Michelle Wilson, a student in the jewelry and metalsmithing class at The Baum School of Art summer camp.
Rachel Royer, left, helps Maisy Funk, center and Dora Shi with their jewelry designs at The Baum School summer camp session focused on jewelry and metal smithing. thelehighvalleypress.com