Sarah King -
Sustainable recycled wood jewellery workshop

Date and Time - Tuesday 11th Jan - Tues 14th Feb -

7pm to 9pm

Location - ArtStart, Studio 14, Star Brewery, Castle Ditch Lane, Lewes, BN7 1YJ

Fee- £137.50 for 4 weeks

About the workshop

 

Evening Course - January 11th,18th,25th & February 14th - 7 -9pm

 

A playful class making jewellery in wood with silver findings.  We will use sustainably-aware indigenous woods, offcuts from musical instrument making and found items to transform with a variety of decorative techniques to make completed pieces of jewellery. You will use a range of surface techniques such silver inlay dots, painting and ebonising and then learn how to construct  finished jewellery  using cold connections such as laminating, riveting and pegging .   We will look at some the amazingly varied work that International studio jewellers make from wood and information on sourcing materials will also be available.  No previous experience necessary.

About Sarah King

Sarah King is an established jeweller specialising in bold sculptural pieces often combining precious and non precious materials (especially wood and bioresin) , and in 2019 she wrote her first book Creating Jewellery in Wood.  She teaches specialist short courses at Central St Martins, Morley College and West Dean and this is her first evening class in her home town of Lewes.  For more information see www.sarah-king.co.uk or sarah_king_jewellery on Instagram.