Friday, 21 August 2009

Robert Dancik's Faux bone workshop


Last weekend I attended a workshop run by Robert Dancik working in the medium of Faux Bone. It was inspirational and I could immediately see ways of incorporating it into my current work.

The first two pictures are of the Robert and the class up in Edinburgh and of my first attempt at using the faux bone. I also did another small piece but haven't really finished either of them or made them into anything.

When I got back into my own studio I just had to have another go and went to my sketchbook looking at ideas for beads for my Inspired by Heritage project. Here you can see I have had a couple of attempts at making beads for one of my charm bracelets. I don't think they are quite 'there' yet but definately work in progress. I am really excited about the potential of this and think it will add another level of interest to my project. Robert is an inspiring teacher and I would recommend you try and get onto one of his courses if you can. He is running a faux bone workshop at the beginning of September at the Mid Cornwall School of Jewellery.



3 comments:

Joy Funnell said...

Oh Lynne, they look lovely. I'll shall have to look into this faux bone more.

Laura said...

How fascinating! Never seen this faux bone thing before. Love what you've made, Lynne!

Laura x

Lynne Glazzard said...

thank you both, think I need more time to experiment now :(