Return to SquarePeg to work with Linda in this one day hands on workshop.
Over the course of the day you get to progress the skills you will have learned in our Liquid Enamel One Beginners workshop.
Come and spend the day advancing your projects with a tutor by your side to assist you.
This is a great workshop to do with a friend.
At A Glance
- $230 inc GST
- Small Class Size
- Saturday or Sunday | 10 am to 4 pm
I had a wonderful time at the Liquid Enamel Workshop. I had very little knowledge or experience as the teacher led us through the basics and quickly into the hands-on. She was always there to guide and assist when needed. The best part was the encouragement to experiment with our own ideas. I enjoyed it so much I have decided to get my own setup. I wish I lived in Sydney so I could attend more workshops. I recommend this course and group to anyone interested in exploring jewellery making.Kim, Recent Student
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Liquid Enamel Two workshop is aimed at anyone who has been working at home on their Liquid Enamel practice, or perhaps haven’t been able to – as you don’t have a kiln.
Either way, this class is the perfect next step to learn new tips and tricks to add to your enamelling skill set.
Your tutor, Linda Blair is a recognised exhibiting contemporary jeweller who has used liquid enamel extensively in her practice for a decade. Linda is a generous and knowledgeable instructor.
What To Expect
What You Learn
Continue working with liquid enamel on copper including the following techniques:
- scraffito – a lovely technique introducing texture and depth to designs
- further investigation of design possibilities incorporating the liquid enamel process
- tips and tricks for soldering and firing IT enamelling solder joins
- Individual consultations with students about their projects and ideas
What You Make
A series of copper samples
Your own enamelling projects with expert support
Small class size – To ensure that students have the best learning experience this course has a small class size of under 6 students.
What is Included
- Access to kilns
- Copper sheet for sampling
- Liquid enamels
- All the consumables you need to make your projects (ie saw blades, emery paper and drill bits), including IT enamelling solder, as well as all the hand tools and equipment you need.
- A selection of teas, coffee and yummy biscuits
What to Bring
- A notebook and pen/pencil
- If you have pieces of copper you would like to bring along to experiment with or pre-cut shapes to enamel, we recommend 1mm as the ideal thickness
- Round copper wire of 0.7mm diameter is also appropriate for experimentation
- Your ideas and creativity
- We take safety very seriously at SquarePeg.
- All students must wear enclosed shoes (no sandals or thongs), long pants or skirts and have long hair tied back.
- We provide safety equipment and training on how to use all relevant equipment.
Enrol below – you can secure your place on the spot!
Enrol early and take advantage of our payment by instalments option to spread the payments out over three payments.
40% deposit followed by a 30% payment six weeks out from your course, and the final 30% payment three weeks ahead of the course start date.
Is the date you would like to join sold out?
Please send us an email to register your interest and to go on a waitlist. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for the workshop - has totally changed my perspective on enamelling! Can't wait to do some more testing - and possibly buy my own kiln. The potential of this material is so exciting!Belinda E
Why choose a jewellery making course at SquarePeg Studios?
Our courses are taught by highly experienced and passionate teachers who are practising contemporary jewellers. This is the closest to an accredited course – without the assignments, stress and cost – that Sydney has to offer. Students not only gain the satisfaction of designing and hand-making their own piece of jewellery they also have the opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at a contemporary professional jewellery studio while learning great new skills in jewellery techniques and design.