About Flux Studios.
1. Flux studios offers classes and courses in jewellery making in London, for all levels throughout the year. (more)
2 . We offer a membership scheme to Flux Studios. The membership scheme includes daily access to one of the best equipped jewellery studios in London, and an opportunity to join our dynamic community of successful jewellers . (more)
Flux Jewellery School.
We provide opportunities for anyone wishing to explore and develop jewellery making skills. Through our jewellery school we provide an exciting creative environment to learn how to make jewellery through a range of daytime and evening classes.
These courses cater for all levels and allow students to develop their skills into the set projects. The courses also explore new ways to work and design with metal. Some courses will assist you on an one-to-one basis providing the tutoring tools and equipment required to achieve your personal objectives.
Our teaching team are all expert professional jewellers and members of Flux Studios. We teach because we are passionate about our craft, and we usually work in pairs so there is always someone on hand to make sure you get the right amount of support. Whether you are looking for new skills or a new hobby we provide a fun and stimulating, creative environment for you to flourish. Read more about our tutors here
On our courses you can make rings, bangles, necklaces, earrings, brooches or experimental jewellery. In addition, throughout all our courses we introduce a new themes and techniques to stimulate new ways of working. See all courses details (more)
Flux Membership Scheme
Through the membership scheme the we provide a stepping-stone for any jeweller to start the business of making jewellery at an affordable price in a supported environment. This is suitable for anyone wanting to get on with the business of making jewellery. (more)
16 roomy workbenches
Wifi, mac computer with adobe creative suite, scanner and printers
Vicky Forrester director of Flux Studios. www.vicky-forrester.com
I have been working on a book for the past year and its just published. Its called "Elemental Jewellery" and its just gone to print. The book includes twenty projects that aim to introduce new approaches to designing and making jewellery. I hope that in sharing my own experiences, processes, and conclusions, you can find parallels that will help you to engage with your own creative practice in new ways. Presented in three purposeful sections – Ideas, Materials, and Techniques – the book aims to take you on an expansive journey through various approaches to designing and making jewellery. Using Earth, Water, Air, and Fire as sources of inspiration, the step-by-step projects explore how these themes can provide potent undercurrents in conceptual, material, and technical investigation.
My intention throughout is to encourage a sense of play in the process. In my own experience, only through such extended periods of play – a combination of reflection, experimentation, and pushing the limits without concern for the preciousness of the outcome – can one begin to find a sense of fluidity with process and material. This kind of exploration leads to originality and personal authenticity in one's creative expression.
Below some work by Vicky Forrester.
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