I offer training days for people willing to increase their knowledge and learn techniques for polymer clay in a convivial and relaxed atmosphere.
The classes can take place in my studio in Savigny in the Rhone (69210), 35 minutes away from Lyon by car.
You are assured of leaving with a finished creation as well as a written handout to remember the steps and techniques seen during the class. You will then easily be able to train and to deepen this knowledge at home.
I can also come to you to teach for a group of at least 12 if you are willing to organized a workshop in an appropriate venue.
If you feel concern as an organizer, don’t hesitate to contact me to know the modality for the booking of a workshop.
2 DAYS WORKSHOPS
The interest of this workshop is to learn how to make threaded rods in polymer clay . Students will use them to create colorful and original jewelry that can varied and can evolved.
This project give the students the opportunity to discover how to create imposing beads which remain light(weight). They will learn how to create a decoration with acrylic paint on raw clay.
This project is particularly rich because of its personalized design, its making of a necklace with flexible links, its innovating surface techniques and its easy-to-handle glossy and mat finish.
ONE DAY WORKSHOPS
During this project the students will create a ring all in polymer clay. The round colored bead slides and hides a secret place.
During this class, the students will explore different surface techniques.
They will try out various ways to create colored patterns on raw clay (in particular, faux wood in different tints) and combine these techniques to create an originally shaped pendant perfectly reversible.
During this class, the students will explore a fun surface technique and will use it to cover a pen mechanism.
During this project the students will explore different surface techniques.
They will experiment several ways to create colorful patterns on raw clay (with paints, pastels and stencils)and will use these techniques to to create an originally-shaped pendant.