Pam Docherty converts leaves, flowers and things from the garden into precious metal and clay jewelry. She is offering workshops at Robert Channons Winery during the Granite Belt Art and Craft Open Studios Event 30 Oct to 1 November. watch this four-part series on her artistic process!
Pam’s jewellery has found its way to many countries worldwide.
What’s Pam doing at GBART 2020?
Workshop 1 An Introduction to Precious Metal Clay
10am to 1130am. Using Fine 99.9% silver, to make your very own Pendant. This is an opportunity to gain insight into the wonderful art of metal clay. I will teach you how to produce your own basic Fine silver pendant ready for firing and polishing, a memento of your visit to Channon Wines and the creative art which will be on display. Classes will operate with a minimum of 2 students, maximum of 4. This will allow for current distancing regulations.
- Materials $40
- Postage and Packing $15 (I will post your creation to you after I fire it at home after GBART)
- Tuition Firing and polishing $50: Total $105
Workshop 2 Produce a Fine Silver Charm
From 11.30 am onwards I will be demonstrating my Silver art; an opportunity to make a small charm using a mould which I will have prepared earlier. The cost of materials for this will be $35 payable on the day.
For further information and bookings: phone: 0427 174 500 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert Channon Wines
Bradley Lane, Amiens Rd, Amiens QLD 4380