The Art of Pearl Knotting - Kelsey Hines

New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
457 Queen Street
Fredericton
NB
E3B 1B7
Sun,Oct20,2019,9:00AM
Sun,Oct20,2019,4:00PM
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FULL DAY WORKSHOPS | $85.00 +HST (ONE 6 HOUR CLASSES ON A SATURDAY OR SUNDAY)

Never fear losing all your pearls or beads to a broken string again. Spend a relaxing day learning the techniques of pearl knotting, the process of fashioning small knots between each pearl or bead. Participants will choose pearls in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes to create their own unique design. Each participant will leave with a custom pearl necklace or a double stranded bracelet at the end of the day.

MATERIAL COST: $25.00 to be paid to the instructor on the day of the workshop.

Instructor – Kelsey Hines

Kel Hines is a metalsmith living in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Hines works in sterling silver to create elegant and edgy jewellery. She uses contrasting shapes and textures to explore duality, femininity, and storytelling. Her work has been exhibited at the Canadian Jewellery Expos in Toronto and Edmonton, and the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton. Hines attended the New Brunswick College of Craft & Design (NBCCD) and received a Diploma of Fine Craft: Jewellery/Metal Arts in 2018 and a Certificate in Advanced Studio Practice in 2019. When not in the metal studio, Hines spends her free time playing video games and snuggling with her three cats.

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What do I need to bring to the course?

Please check the description above for material fee and additional items to bring. Material fee will need to be in cash to be paid to the instructor the day of the course.

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