oneofftwo contemporary jewellery

beautiful handmade jewellery and paintings by dore stockhausen & marcus foley

My Kitchen Jewels....
Jewellery Workshop with Pennie Jagiello
29th - 30th September 2018

 

From take away to wear away, this two-day jewellery workshop will guide participants to reconsider disposable and single use plastics through challenges of considered redesigning. Using objects that are often used and discarded without consideration, participants will be guided into deconstructing and redesigning form, and reworking found materials into new and wearable objects of delight.

Beginning with a walk along Nungurner jetty foreshore to collect discarded plastic debris, further inspiration will be drawn from the stunning natural surrounds of the studio to be incorporated and transformed along with an assortment of other plastic objects.

Workshop participants will explore mark making techniques often more traditionally employed upon metal or wood along with a variety of cold joining techniques and applying these to the collected selection of household plastics. Throughout history metals have been associated with value and wealth while plastics were designed to replace expensive natural materials. As a master of mimicry plastics eventually became a disposable commodity with unforeseeable environmental impacts.

Suitable for anyone interested in salvaging their marks in time as wearable heirlooms!

 

This workshop will be limited to 8 participants

When: 10am-4pm Saturday & Sunday September 29 & 30
Where:  oneofftwo studio, 96 Kleinitz Road, Nungurner VIC

Please bring:-
- a container or lid  from their kitchen odds and ends, or any other plastic items from the kitchen to chop up
-any sewing threads, twine, string wool, fabric scraps or such items that can be used for sewing and joining materials , and plaiting to make a neck-piece
- gloves to protect hands if required when cutting and carving
-you are welcome to bring your own scissors to use on your fabric or plastic ( not your best dressmaking scissors though!)
-apron as well as appropriate clothes and shoes for walking on beach to collect materials
-sketch book
-lunch as there are no shops nearby

We will provide:-
- requisite cuppas and a beautiful, relaxing environment.
 

Total cost of 2 day workshop is $280,-

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

To enrol please complete the form and choose either:

A deposit of $140 that will secure your place and remainder of $140,- payable on arrival
or
Early bird payment in full $250,-  by 13th August and Save $30


We will then email you an invoice with our direct credit bank details
or
if that doesn't suit please call us for other payment options ie credit card over the phone.

both payments are not refundable after 27th August

If you have any queries please call Dore or Marcus on 5156 3270

 

 

 
  Pennie Jagiello is an accomplished Melbourne based contemporary jeweller who recently completed a Masters in Art at RMIT, titled:    ‘Remains to be seen, worn and heard: an inquiry into anthropogenic debris investigated through contemporary jewellery objects   '. Her ongoing research investigates the objects we use & discard, and the environmental consequences of unsustainable practices. Her master’s body of work was constructed entirely from anthropogenic debris collected from beaches and coastal environs across Victoria, New South Wales & the Pilbara. Pennie was a finalist in the 2017 Victorian Craft Award, and recently selected for a residency with Form Gallery in Western Australia, which enabled her to visit the Pilbara during 2014-16. Her works have been exhibited nationally at selected Craft and Design galleries, as well as showing in alternative art spaces. Pennie is a short course lecturer in the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT, as well as a guest lecturer in the School of Art.

Pennie Jagiello is an accomplished Melbourne based contemporary jeweller who recently completed a Masters in Art at RMIT, titled: ‘Remains to be seen, worn and heard: an inquiry into anthropogenic debris investigated through contemporary jewellery objects'. Her ongoing research investigates the objects we use & discard, and the environmental consequences of unsustainable practices. Her master’s body of work was constructed entirely from anthropogenic debris collected from beaches and coastal environs across Victoria, New South Wales & the Pilbara. Pennie was a finalist in the 2017 Victorian Craft Award, and recently selected for a residency with Form Gallery in Western Australia, which enabled her to visit the Pilbara during 2014-16. Her works have been exhibited nationally at selected Craft and Design galleries, as well as showing in alternative art spaces. Pennie is a short course lecturer in the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT, as well as a guest lecturer in the School of Art.

 
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Traveling?

For those of you looking for accommodation options we can highly recommend Jetty Road Retreat or on airbnb a great little cottage as both are fantastic. They are clean, groovy and have stunning views of the lakes, islands and ocean. Best of all they are both only a short drive or walk from our studio.
Alternatively, if you feel like you really deserve to spoil yourself then head to Goldsmiths in the Forest for hosted accommodation featuring wonderful food and a beautiful, private rain-forest location. It is only a short 15 minute drive through the Colquhoun forest from oneofftwo.

If your partner or family is lucky enough to be traveling with you then they will have plenty to occupy their time whilst you are busy in the workshop. Nungurner provides an abundance of outdoorsy activities including fishing, swimming, sailing and kayaking on and in the lake. Bush-walking and mountain-biking in the nearby Colquhoun forest are really great and there are two other MTB parks, each less than an hour away. Surfing at Red Bluff near Lakes Entrance can be a hoot when the swell is up also - so pack your car with all the fun gear to enjoy a wonderful break!