Experience Crafting - Photogram and Eco-casting Holder

An introductory workshop on working with jesmonite and photo papers

Cost:

$68.00 per person

Duration:

2h

About this experience

This is a 2-hour workshop introducing and working with Jesmonite as well as photo papers.


Have fun creating pots, trays, holders or canvas artwork using eco-friendly Jesmonite. You can choose to make one holder. Materials and tools are provided for you use during the workshop.


Jesmonite can be used to replicate the appearance and texture of any surface finish, and even the finest of detail. It can mimic the appearance of materials such as stone, wood, leather and fabric. It is strong and durable, can be pigmented to any colour and used to create decorative surface effects.


It is often used as lightweight alternative to stone and concrete. It has become an increasingly popular material widely used by artists, designers and prop-makers. Jesmonite is a brand name for a group of products that have aย gypsum baseย and aย water based acrylic resinย making it kinder to the environment than other resins.


A photogram is a photographic image made without a camera. It is created by placing objects directly onto the surface of a light-sensitive material such as a photographic paper and then exposing it to light.


After that, the photo paper is treated with developer, stop bath and fixer chemicals to develop the image. The areas of the paper that receive light when exposed appear dark and the parts that do not receive any light appear lighter.


You can place your own objects on the photo paper during the creation.


Workshop fee includes:



  • 1 tray/coaster/pot (heart, square, round, flower & hexagon shape, each 10cm wide)

  • Technique: Jesmonite crafting

  • Photogram

  • Technique: Using photo paper and developing solutions

  • All materials provided


Highlight:



  • Understand what is Jesmonite and its varied uses?

  • Learn about the properties of Jesmonites, how this is eco-friendly and why it is increasingly popular?

  • Understand how to create photograms


Please get in touch with us using the link below to see about scheduling a private class if you are keen to schedule a session not listed in the calendar.


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