Come and join me for a workshop from my studio in Selston, Nottinghamshire and experience the ancient craft of enamelling on copper.
Make your own kiln fired enamelled creations, these may include pendants, earrings, brooches, cufflinks, key rings, plaques and pictures all taken home that same day.
With step-by-step guidance and tuition I will demonstrate each stage as you progress, and offer one-to-one guidance where appropriate. All workshops are suitable for complete beginners or those that would like to further their experience.
Full Day: 10am to 4pm
£50 per person
Materials are approximately an extra £15 per person paid on the day.
Enamelling is thought to go back some 3500 years and although now done with modern equipment, these wonderful processes can be incredibly addictive and even with just a small amount of time you will be amazed at what you can achieve.
For those of you returning to do more with me you may want to come with a project in mind, or simply want to try new techniques. You are welcome to discuss this with me when booking.
Please note there is a slight step to access the studio, should that cause any difficulty please let me know.
I have set workshop dates, but I am also happy to book bespoke dates to suit individuals or groups.
To book a workshop or for further information please contact me directly using the links above.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All tuition, tools and materials are provided, but materials are charged for in addition to the workshop fee. For a 1 day workshop materials are approximately £15 per person paid for on the day.
Tea, coffee, and biscuits are provided. It's advisable to bring a packed lunch, or I can give you the details of the many lovely local places we have near by if you want to have lunch out.
Katie Sanderson at Katie Sanderson, enamel artist
23 Victoria Street Selston Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG16 6AX
I did this course early July and it was fantastic. There were 4 people on the course and we all went away with a set of beautiful enamelled items. Katie demonstrated the basic techniques, but most of the day is about having a go with Katie there to help and offer suggestions. She is very knowledgeable and happy to answer any questions. It was a very relaxed and supportive atmosphere. I would recommend it to anyone who would like to try enamelling, who wants to improve their enamelling or just anyone who would like to try something new.
Katie Sanderson, enamel artist:
Thank you so much Eleanor, wish you lots of fun exploring this wonderful craft further.