You asked and I am delivering! Many people have asked to learn how to make their own silicone moulds during my resin jewellery workshops so I am making that happen.
This 3 hr workshop will provide you with the knowledge to make your own silicone moulds from existing and custom made shapes as well as the skills to pour, colour and finish polyurethane resin with a beautiful wearable outcome.
$150 per person with all materials and equipment included.
Found is a tribute to items of obsolescence and yesteryear. It examines the human connection with these items and reimagines them in decorative and wearable forms.
As someone who is highly sentimental, this body of work is representative of Memories, both my own and as a whole. It’s narratives aim to provoke reminiscence through our collective recognition of man made objects, while perhaps also inspiringcreative reuses of bygone items in your own possession.
As a Jeweller and artist, it was only natural for me to create a body of work of which most is wearable. There is something so timeless and precious about the act of wearing jewellery that it made perfect sense for this collection of sentimental works which have taken me almost 2 years to produce. Each piece is has been thoughtfully collected, carefully considered and individually constructed with the aim of telling stories and provoking nostalgia
Learn the technical skills required to create colourful resin jewellery (earrings, brooches and pendants) with contemporary jeweller Emma Cuppleditch of ELC Studio and walk away with a number of finished pieces.
Sessions are 2hrs and include all materials and tools you will need.
Between Sunday 14 July 2019 10:00 AM and Sunday 14 July 2019 1:00 PM
Playhouse lane, Adelaide, South Australia 5000
FOUND, solo exhibition:Found, an exhibition by Emma Cuppleditch, will feature works of contemporary jewellery and collage made from found shapes, textures, materials and objects.These works are representative of sentiment, memory and emotion with a playful twist. Each piece studies the human connection with ready-made objects and aims to provoke sentiment through a common understanding and collective memory of these everyday items.When: Friday 31 May – Monday 1 July 2019 Where: Arts Centre, 22 Gawler St, Port Noarlunga, South Australia.
Just a sneaky peak at a fresh collection of jewellery heading to the Fleurieu Arthouse this afternoon!
I have been selling at FA since their opening just over a year ago and I feel very grateful to be included a gallery that supports local artisans, through retail sales, exhibitions, workshops and studios. If you have never visited Anna and her team put it on your to-do list!
Hello world and welcome to my new website and blog!
Here you will find information about what I am currently working on, any upcoming exhibitions/other important events, and an insight into my day to day life as an emerging contemporary artist here in Australia.
Feel free to stop by my Etsy store, visit my social media profiles and share my work with your friends on Pinterest (links below).