Hi, my name is Ruby, and I’m going to show you how to make ceramic jewelry!
In this workshop I am going to teach you:
- How to make your own colored clay
- How to use your colored clay to make these beautiful decorative ceramic jewelry
- How to make a variety of porcelain jewelry from your colored clay:
- Beaded Necklaces, Earings, Rings, Bangles, Pendant Necklaces
- How to clean up and glaze your jewelry.
- How to add the fixings to your jewelry to make them functional.
After this workshop you could be making beautiful work like this:
Once you purchase this workshop, you get:
Instant Access to my 1h 32mins Workshop.
Watch my workshop demo and Q&A as soon as you login to your Ceramic School account.
Watch my bonus Q&A where I answered questions about my process.
Lifetime Access to the Replays
The workshop Q&A are recorded, and you will have lifetime access to it. You can watch it online, or download it to your device to watch offline at any time.
About Ruby Pilven
Ruby Pilven is a Ballarat ceramic artist who creates brilliantly coloured porcelain ceramics. Having grown up with ceramic artists for parents, Janine and Peter Pilven, Ruby has been involved in ceramics from an early age. Ruby studied a double degree in Business (marketing) and Visual Arts (printmaking) at Monash University.
Drawing on her printmaking background, Ruby often marries her passion for printmaking and ceramics in her jewellery and ceramics work by creating layers of colour and pattern. Her work is a contemporary twist on the Japanese technique called Nerikomi, hand-building with coloured clay. This technique explores her long fascination and relationship with Japanese culture and her connection with contemporary Australian art scene. Her work oscillates between structured techniques and chance operations.
Ruby’s ceramics is unabashed neo-chintz that references contemporary style and culture. It is audacious in its bold yet muted pastel colour patterns, striking in its metallic 12 carat gold highlights and distinctive in its structure and form. Above all, Ruby wants her ceramics to inject joy into everyday life….making it that little bit more fun.