Michelle Pilkington

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Michelle Pilkington is a jewellery designer-maker whose work has been exhibited in around the UK. An experienced teacher, she draws on her multidisciplinary background and wide skills in traditional crafts.
Michelle specialises in designing and making contemporary, vintage wire, metal and beadwork jewellery which includes the use of clay, silk, paper, glass and recycled pieces. Her teaching focuses on the use of recycled tin and copper, inexpensive metals which allow for experimentation and can also be transformed into unique jewellery pieces. This allows for skills to be well developed before advancing to more precious metals. See more of Michelle’s work in her etsy shop.

 

“Michelle the tutor was welcoming, friendly and open to further explanation.  I loved the conviviality and my lunch was prepared and I didn't have to bring a pack up!”

– Margaret
Tin Cans to Treasure

Michelle’s Courses

Tin Cans To Treasures - Designs + Gifts in Recycled Tin - Moved from 2020

Tin Cans To Treasures - Designs + Gifts in Recycled Tin - Moved from 2020

Sun, 5 Dec 2021

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

This workshop with Michelle Pilkington is a great introduction to experimenting with and repurposing metal. It's an adventurous day, using old baked beans tins or biscuit tins and reworking them to create stunning...

£85

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All Levels

0 spaces available

Christmas Decorations in Recycled Tin - Baubles, Stars + Sparkles - Moved from 2020

Christmas Decorations in Recycled Tin - Baubles, Stars + Sparkles - Moved from 2020

Thu, 2 Dec 2021

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

This workshop with Michelle Pilkington is a great introduction to experimenting with and repurposing metal. It's an adventurous day, using old baked beans tins, sweet or biscuit tins and reworking them to create...

£85

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All Levels

1 spaces available

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