At this moment, let us immerse ourselves in the world of nature
Pick a flower for hand-made jewelry
Write poems for ordinary days
Speaking of the word "jewelry", what often pop up in our mind are those dazzling jewelry made of precious metals. But do you know that fresh plants can also be used as raw materials for jewelry making?
Inspired by "the lost wedding ring appeared on a potato twenty years later", a Belgian jewelry artist Hilde De Decker built a greenhouse on his own to establish a connection between the grown fruit, vegetables and jewelry, creating natural jewelry that co-grow with plants.
Japanese jewelry artist Shinji Nakaba, who is famous for pearl-carving, wears brooches or rings which are made from flowers that he encounters during his daily walks. One encounter, one chance. That’s how he embellishes the chest and between the fingers with the ordinary beauty of daily life and the changes of the four seasons.
The new IKEBANA ring is complete! I bring it with me for a walk in the forest right away and found that the ground was covered with red flowers. Wow, camellias! I couldn't help picking them up and putting them in my pocket, wearing my IKEBANA ring for a walk. My heart is full of joyfulness and something so energetic filled my chest.
In the afternoon of August 29th (this Saturday), jewelry designers Yang Ziyi and Lao Jiadie will share with us on how contemporary artists can draw creative elements from nature to develop their own works. After works appreciation session, two artists will guide you to create your own "natural accessories" with flowers such as roses, daffodils and lilies as inspired by stories around.
1. Workshop sign-in (please sign in on the 7th floor of the Center of Pearl Art Museum 10 minutes before the workshop begins)
2. Appreciation of natural jewelry works by contemporary jewelry artists
3. Natural jewelry making with fresh flowers
4. Take artwork photos and group photos
~Feel free to take your finished work home. And Please note that the jewelry components are recyclable, and blossomed flowers at any time can always be your unique design material
Notes for registration
The workshop is designed for：Audiences over 18 who are interested in this event（Limited seats; Registration is available now）
· Package A ¥288.00/person (including tuition and material fees)
· Package B ¥338.00/person (including ¥288 tuition and material fee and a ¥80 ticket for the "In the Name of Flower" exhibition）
Note：After successful registration, PAM staff will conform with you one day before the event (August 28, Friday) by phone, so please stay in touch.