Sage Kochavi is excited to share her passion for jewelry making with students at the Artisan’s Asylum. She received a Certificate of Metalsmithing from the Worcester Center for Crafts and has been making jewelry since the early-90’s. With 15+ years of jewelry instruction experience, she has taught beginner and intermediate jewelry at the Boston Center for Adult Education and at Stonybrook Fine Arts in Jamaica Plain before joining the Artisan’s Asylum in 2011. She especially enjoys helping beginning jewelry students discover the pleasure of working with metal. Her wholesale line of silver and resin jewelry sold in over 50 craft galleries across the country. Sage currently channels her creativity into large scale, collaborative sculpture. She still thinks nothing compares to the satisfaction of a well-executed solder joint.