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  • Publisher: Fil Rouge Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 31 October 2019
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9780992792374
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 216x260 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 176
  • RRP: £18.99
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Creating Jewellery in Wood

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Skill-building projects and techniques by Sarah King

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Book Description

Taking jewellery design beyond metal, Creating Jewellery in Wood teaches jewellers woodworking skills through a series of projects and step-by-step technique guides, enabling them to discover how knowledge of this craft can open up new perspectives for their art. The author’s beautiful projects are complemented by inspirational gallery spreads featuring the work of key designers working in wood. Jewellers have always used a range of materials and wood has been used for centuries; today there are fresh, modern ways to create stand-out pieces. Wood is becoming more popular as an alternative to pricier metalit is warm, lightweight, and has huge potential for shaping and finishing.

Creating Jewellery in Wood enables jewellers to expand their range of techniques, and combine wood with other media, from silver to silicon. Readers will learn skills that include joining, turning, steaming, polishing, staining, painting, bevelling, inlaying and working with different woods. This book will also appeal to woodworkers who want to extend their practice to jewellery, and those who want to learn woodworking skills, but who find furniture too intimidating and want an alternative to bowls and boxes.

About the Author

About Sarah King

Sarah King studied Fine Art textiles at Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, where an anthropology class ignited her interest in jewellery. She has won numerous jewellery awards, such as the Association of Contemporary Jewellery Prize, a scholarship to study with Cristoph Zellweger at Salzburg Summer Academy, and several commendations from Goldsmiths’ Craftsmanship and Design Awards. Her work is held in public collections around the world, including Maryland Institute of Art, USA, Crafts Council & British Council, UK, and Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg, Germany. She has taught at the Birmingham City University, London Metropolitan University and Kent Institute of Art and Design, and has been a mentor on the Crafts Council Hothouse Programme and for ChangeActShare. She was a Lead Artist in the Designing Deptford Charrette, and was commissioned by Creative Process to develop a Public Art commission. She has collaborated with architect Jeffrey Turko on a ceiling installation and industrial designer Amos Marchant on a Selective Laser Sintering bangle. She currently teaches specialist short courses in the use of plastics and wood in jewellery at Central St Martins, Morley College and West Dean.

Find out more about Sarah King at www.sarah-king.co.uk

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