Learn the basics of embedding and preserving pressed flowers in resin jewellery. Dried statice, mini daisies, achillea parker, hydrangea and gypsophilia are carefully used in creating bespoke pieces.
While flowers, embellishments and all materials are provided, participants are encouraged to bring small items that they wish to preserve in their pieces. This can include small items of sentimental value, charms, semi-precious stones, dried flowers, fabric, teeth, fur and hair.
You will be able to take home a pair of earrings and a necklace by the end of the workshop. For participants with sensitive ears and are particular about jewellery, you can bring your own hooks to attach to the creations.
Join friends, crafters and art lovers for a good time of sharing, creating, and warm conversations.
Duration: 2.5 hours
Materials/ Tools Provided
Bezels, gold flakes, chains, earring findings, embellishments, dried flowers and resin.
About The Instructor
Dawn Kwan is a painter, jeweller and sculptor. She has completed over 400 paintings and has held 8 major solo art exhibitions in collaboration with Singapore Tourism Board in Beijing (Singapore Seasons in China), Spanish Tourism Office, Swiss Embassy, and Ion Art Gallery. Dawn’s art has been profiled on television programmes including Prime Time Morning Singapore on Channel News Asia, Mediacorp’s Superkids and Arts Forward on Okto. She has been widely featured on newspapers, magazines and newsletters including The Business Times, Straits Times, Wealth Magazine, Robb Report, My Paper, Chinese dailies, Resort World Sentosa newsletter etc. For her, resin jewellery started out as an experimental hobby before it turned into a business. She strongly wants to share her love and passion for the craft with likeminded people.