Materials in Focus: Creating Jewellery in Wood

15 Jun 2021 · 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Pay what you can (Free, £3, £5 or £10)
Online via Zoom [GMT+1]
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What can wood bring to contemporary jewellery design? How can the different properties, textures and other qualities of wood be utlised? What tools and techniques do you need to work with wood?

Join jewellery design maker and experienced tutor Sarah King in-conversation, to explore ways to create jewellery in wood, and incorporate wood with other materials in your designs. The event is part of our Materials in Focus talks series. There will be the opportunity to join the conversation and ask questions.

Who is the speaker?

Sarah King uses precious and non-precious materials, primarily silver, gold, bioresin and wood, to make tactile sculptural jewellery. She has sold through department stores, won awards and has work in many public collections. She teaches specialist short courses at Central St Martins, Morley College and West Dean and recently published her first book entitled ‘Creating Jewellery in Wood’.