Capturing Nature in Silver – Beginners Workshop with Emma Mitchell and Spring Garden Tour

Tetbury, Gloucester

28 February 2019

21 March 2019

 

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Learn the skills to design and create your own, unique real silver jewellery from the gifts of nature
The workshop is taught by Emma Mitchell, one of the UK’s most renowned silver clay tutors, who will show you how to cast flowers, leaves, seeds and other nature finds using silicon moulds and silver clay. You’ll learn how to handle, add texture to and make silver clay into beautiful, wearable silver fossils and casts of tiny objects and nature finds.

You will go home with up to 3 silver pieces, packaged in a hand-decorated box for gifting or safekeeping.

If you come across any small items with interesting texture such as seedpods, leaves with prominent veins, shells, buttons, small found objects, textiles etc, do pop them aside and bring them along on the day; they can often be used to make beautiful silver pieces.

 

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