Is this course for me? For complete beginners to advanced jewellery makers who want to try this exciting medium.
When and where?
Saturday 24 November 2018 – 9.30am to 4.30pm approx
Blashford Lakes is in the New Forest, situated to the north of Ringwood
Meet at the Blashford Lakes Education Centre, free parking is available on site.
What do I need to bring?
- Packed lunch and drink
- Reading glasses if you use them
- Leaves or other natural items you want to use, you will have a little time during the class to find something from our Testwood Lakes reserve
- You can purchase additional jewellery making materials on the day from Hilary so please bring cash with you.
Tea and coffee are provided on the day
Hilary Bowen – Hilary lives and works in Breamore, near Salisbury, where she designs and makes silver jewellery. Most of her pieces are made from “silver clay”. This is pure silver which comes in a clay form, and when fired in a kiln comes pure solid silver. Many of her designs are influenced by forms in nature, such as plants, insects, sea creatures, etc., and she often adds 22-carat gold and semi-precious stones for decoration. Many of her pieces are on display at galleries, mainly in Hampshire.