Fri 17th May 7pm – 9pm, Sat 29th Jun 1pm – 3pm, Sat 6th July 1pm – 3pm, Wed 14th Aug 7pm – 9pm, Wed 16th Oct 7pm – 9pm, Sat 23rd Nov 1pm – 3pm
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On this 3 hour class, students will be introduced to the basic techniques for etching designs onto copper. Students will experiment using permanent markers and permanent ink stamping pads to create textures, patterns, and images on metal.
Students will have the opportunity to make a framed picture and a couple of pieces of jewellery such as a pendant, key chain, earrings, or bracelet.
No previous jewellery experience is necessary and this class is suitable for complete beginners including sensible children.
All materials and use of tools are included in the price of the workshop. We will be using an acid to etch our metal pieces. It is not a highly corrosive material but it will stain, please wear old clothes. Safety goggles, gloves and aprons will be provided.
Hot and cold beverages and light snacks are included.
Mono printing is a form of printing that only produces one original image, unlike other printing forms where you can get multiple prints from one original.
There are many techniques for Monoprinting that create beautiful results. Working with thick printing inks and a lovely selection of handmade papers, you will produce a number of original prints to take home with you.
Our wonderful tutor Fiona will be on hand to gently guide you in this craft. All materials are included plus beverages and light snacks.
This two hour workshop is an introduction to shaping and layering paper to create wonderful pieces of art.
You may benefit from attending our beginners workshop for paper cutting, but it is not essential. You will still be able to fully participate in this workshop as we have templates and designs for all levels of experience. You do NOT need any drawing skills to enjoy this workshop as all projects are based on templates. We are happy to show those who wish, how to create a template from your own drawing at home.
We start by looking at the different methods used to create layers with paper and an introduction to our basic tools. We will complete a warm up cutting exercise to hone our cutting skills for the session, which includes shaping a basic mini beetle. You will then choose from a huge selection of templates and be guided through cutting your own 3D project.
You will go home with a completed framed project, plus a set of templates to continue at home with the skills you have learnt during our session. You will get to keep your cutting mat, scalpel and a packet of spare blades.
Tea, biscuits and all materials are provided for the session. Suitable for 10 years and over.