Learn how to design and make your very own jewellery with Polymer Clay! Not only is Polymer Clay a creative’s medium when it comes to making unique and one off designs, it’s also a therapeutic experience and will definitely take you back to your childhood days when colour was exciting and making stuff was fun!
Polly Collective designer and maker Sheree McCready will guide you through designing and making your own unique polymer creations. You'll learn a range of techniques and skills to get you started on your polymer clay journey and continue making your own jewellery at home!
You'll walk away with one or two necklaces and a ring to take home!
ABOUT SHEREE MCCREADY
Sheree McCready is the designer + maker behind Melbourne based jewellery label Polly Collective, with stockist’s in New Zealand and Melbourne, Sheree has cultivated her love of creating modern polymer clay jewellery and made it a thriving little business. Using simple form and contemporary design to create unique and high quality jewellery, Sheree develops and designs one off colour recipes + uses simple shapes and textures to create her signature Duo, Mix and Bar Necklaces.
With a Diploma in Professional Photography, a creative soul + lifelong maker, Sheree has chosen to focus all of her creative nerd power towards this medium and loves to inspire and encourage newcomers to the world of Polymer Clay jewellery making “It encompasses everything I love – colour, texture, design and photography as well as a little therapy for the soul – it’s just my thing and I love it”
ABOUT THE STOCKROOM
The stockroom of most institutions, museums and galleries is the space known for storing the most amount of work “not for public display”… Until now.
Bringing to the public eye, a part of the art world usually considered private, elitist, and often kept behind closed doors is the ‘The Stockroom’. Hosting work from emerging and established artists of various disciplines, the stockroom is the perfect platform to engage new audiences and educate them on the vast array of talent existing in urban art today.
With the ethos that art is for everyone and belief that anyone can start their own collection the stockroom carries affordable entry level works right through to higher end statement pieces. Hosting regular exhibitions that showcase new bodies of work from a stable of local and international talent, with a keen focus on engaging the local community.