New Classes for 2016!


Happy New Year everyone!

I’ve finally had time for some long-overdue updates to my blog and web site, including a major expansion of the polymer clay and metal clay class details.

I’m excited to be teaching six brand new classes in the first half of 2016, including two for metal clay. Click on the class names below for details; clickable dates take you straight to the teaching venue’s web site for booking details.

Polymer Clay Imitative Techniques 1Semi-Precious Stones Saturday, 27 February 2016
Metal Clay Hollow Forms (Beads) Saturday, 12 March 2016
Polymer Clay for Mosaics – Advanced Saturday, 19 March 2016
Polymer Clay Imitative Techniques 2 – Natural Materials Saturday, 2 April 2016
Polymer Clay Bangles and Cuffs Saturday, 21 May 2016
Metal Clay Rings Sunday, 29 May 2016

I’m still teaching my existing classes too, of course. You can see my teaching calendar and full class list HERE. Every class now has a detailed information page, and I’ll be updating the photos and adding more when I’m back in my studio later this month.

There will be further brand new classes later in the year so check back occasionally to see if any are of interest. And please let me know if there’s a technique you’re particularly interested in!

Teaching Venue News

Most of my classes are held at Sydney Jewellery School in Rosebery, which now has two teaching studios. This has enabled the curriculum to be vastly expanded so make sure to check out what’s on offer (click HERE to browse by medium, or HERE for the class calendar). There are more classes still to be added (including a few of mine!) so that’s another place to keep an eye on.

Some of you know that I started teaching polymer clay at Ceramic Haven in Castle Hill late last year, and that will continue for 2016 with two levels of instruction (at the moment) focusing on the use of polymer clay for mosaics. Polymer clay is so versatile, however, that if Castle Hill is more convenient you might like to check out the Ceramic Haven classes even if you’re not into mosaics.

What Else?

I’ll also try to blog more frequently in 2016 — not a very high bar to overcome, I admit! LOL — and add that page of recommended suppliers that many students have asked about.

I hope you’ve all had a relaxing break and will have plenty of creative time in the coming year.

Till later,


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