Has there ever been a better time to pick up the pieces and mend them back together?!
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken objects with lacquer and pure metallic golden powder. Because the "flaw" reveals its history, the resulting piece is considered more beautiful.
The philosophy behind this technique is to treat the repair as part of the object’s history as opposed to treating the repair as something to hide as if it never happened.
But pure gold can be a little pricey! In this workshop we'll be using different materials including gold leaf and epoxy glue for a DIY spin on this ancient technique!
We’ll practice on porcelain and ceramic pieces and you will create a final piece to take home!
ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED
MIN. 8 PEOPLE
Workshops begin right on time- please arrive 5 minutes before start time to get settled, and the class will end at the designated time.
BOOK A CREATIVE PARTY
You'll find the studio at 37 Jellicoe Street, Martinborough
Plenty of on street parking available.
Can kids come along?
Unless specified as a kids class, or that kiddos are welcome, all classes are for adults 15 years and older.
Will there be food and drinks?
All workshops include complimentary tea & coffee- if you require something other than cows milk feel free to bring along.
Some workshops will specify that morning tea is included- please advise dietary requirements.
Otherwise food is not permitted unless previously arranged, as it could interfere with the workshop materials or class progress.
What do I need to bring?
Please check THE INFO section in the workshop description. If it states 'All materials provided', then just bring yourself along and I'll have everything for you!