Lisa PavelkaSwarovski Elements Ambassador and award winning mixed media artist, Lisa Pavelka will be returning to the UK to teach a limited number of classes in February. The classes, based at Palmer Metals in Coventry, span a wide range of techniques and materials. Using Polymer Clay you can create tiny moving pinwheels, or learn the Mokume Gane technique to create intricate surface patterns.

Lisa Pavelka

There is a full day course on Polymer Clay Surface Techniques where you can learn about crackle effects, mica shift, Sutton Slice and textile effects. Art Clay Silver Master Instructor Lisa will teach you how to make Fine Silver pendants with a vintage or industrial feel. She will also guide participants to use epoxy clay along with Swarovski Elements to create sparkling kinetic wearable works of art. For full details of the range of classes available click here >>>> Book early to avoid disappointment - Lisa Pavelka only visits the UK annually and places on her courses are limited.

Lisa is highly regarded throughout the world as a mixed-media artist. She has made dozens of TV appearances, authored four books and two DVD’s on polymerclay art, including the now best-selling book “The Complete Book of Polymer Clay”. As one of the world’s foremost authorities on the medium of polymer clay and an award-winning artist, Lisa is also known for her designs with precious metal clays, wire, crystal, and resin.

Courses are being run on 19th to 22nd February at Coventry. The booking form with course details and costs is here.