We now have photos for the workshops and thought you’d like to see what you’ll be making in October.
The first is from Alison Gallant’s screen printing class. It gives a few of the many patterns that you’ll be able to choose from to use on clay and a finished pendant that you can construct.
Secondly, the photo of Natalia Garcia de Leaniz’s ‘Funky Desert Bangles’ shows the innovative finishes that Natalia has devised to apply as decoration.
The third photo is of Stephanie Kilgast’s beautiful mini fruit tarts made into earrings and pendants. Don’t they look realistic and good enough to eat!
Christine Dumont’s beautiful brooch is comprised of two plates cleverly held together by a magnet. During the workshop you will also explore new surface decoration techniques.
If you would like to take part in our ‘inchies’ swap during the event, please start thinking about your design. You can use canes, alcohol inks, mokume gane, embellishments, in fact anything you like to decorate a sheet of clay that will then be cut into 1 inch squares. We’ll let you know how many to make in good time.
If you have any questions at all, please ask via the Yahoo group, firstname.lastname@example.org ,or email email@example.com
Less than five months to go! See you in Alfreton!
See the posting dated 29th March for more information and the link to the registration form.
Alison and Helen.