Resin Jewellery with Bianca Mavrick

What to Bring

  • A creative mind & a crafty sense of adventure!

What to Wear

  • Casual

Resin Jewellery with Bianca Mavrick

About This Class

Class Schedule

  • Duration: 3 Hours

What You Will Learn

  • Basics of creating resin jewellery by using fun moulds made by contemporary jewellery designer, Bianca Mavrick!
  • Overview of mould making as well as learning how to pour and finish resin.
  • Take home their very own custom piece of jewellery!!

What You Get

  • A resin necklace, brooch or earrings made by you
  • Your very own creative kit that includes all the resin, tools and safety equipment you need
  • Use of unique resin moulds handmade by the artist
  • Loads of opaque and transparent colour pigments, glitters and shimmer powders to use to create original designs
  • All materials required for shaping, sanding and polishing your handmade pieces
  • Worksheets explaining resin 101 and safety

Description

RESIN JEWELLERY WITH BIANCA MAVRICK

Give a handmade gift this Christmas!

Come and learn the basics of creating resin jewellery by using fun moulds made by contemporary jewellery designer, Bianca Mavrick!

You’ll get an overview of mould making as well as learning how to pour and finish resin, and everyone gets to take home their very own custom piece of jewellery!!

Keep it for yourself, or gift it to a loved one for Christmas!!

ABOUT BIANCA MAVRICK

Bianca Mavrick is a contemporary jeweller and object maker who works across a diverse palette of precious and everyday materials. She handcrafts bold, unique and colourful jewellery and is known for oversized earrings and one-off necklaces.

Inspired by the anti-design movement of the 1980s, Bianca is fascinated by urban sub-cultural tribes and the experience of Australian life. Her works draw on her experiences growing up in a Greek-Italian family in Queensland.

Bianca has trained as a gold and silversmith, completing a Bachelor of Fine Art, Jewellery and Small Objects at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University in 2013. Before her switch to contemporary jewellery, she trained and practised as an Industrial Designer. She was born in Brisbane in 1989.

In 2013, Bianca was was awarded the Design Institute of Australia’s Design Graduate of the Year award in the jewellery design category. In 2014 Bianca was a recipient of the Australia Council of the Arts ArtStart grant. She has exhibited her jewellery nationally and internationally. Her work has been featured in various publications including Broadsheet Melbourne, The Thousands and PITCH zine.

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