B CLASSES 2 DAYS

B1 - BILL ROBERTSON

The total project (5 days) is a Danish Chippendale style mirror with gold gilt Rococo carving.

So two different classes that go into one fantastic project when combined. And it is Danish!

 

Wall ornament (2 days class)

Carving and gilding the applied Rococo details. This could be used as a wall ornament alone.

The fun part is the subject of the carving is the locksmith's tools!

 

Material fee: 400 DKK


B2 - VALERIA BONOMI

Handbag and shoes

Students will learn some different techniques to work with very thin leather making several details like tassels, bows and openable pockets.

Students can also choose their favorite color for the project.

 

Material fee:

250 DKK


B3 - JAMES CARRINGTON

The Early Tudor Gown

This gown, around 1530, worn by aristocrats around Europe features the Spanish farthingale skirt and hanging sleeves. The underskirt, printed on silk by Jamie is of suitable period design and pure silk fabric will be used for the rest of the costume.

The mannequin, supplied, will be dressed and trimmed with a choice of braids and jewels and will be completed with a wig and period headdress.

This is a sewing class but nervous sewers will be given full instructions in the class.

Material fee, payable to the teacher in class, includes all fabric, trims, and sewing equipment is 400 DKK


B4 - JENS TORP

Candlesticks, inspired by Georg Jensen

The teaching language is English. The teacher understands and speaks Danish.

The techniques taught are filing, sawing, drilling, preparing for polishing and polishing.

Material fee, to be paid to the teacher during the class, is 350 DKK


B5 - JEFFRY ANTONIS

Painting a Bridal Chest

This class will involve easy assembling of the chest and preparing the surface for painting.

We will discuss color and design choices and will practice techniques before we start working on the chest itself.

 

You will have some nice reference pieces to take somehow to build up the designs.

Material fee will be announced once prototypes are done.


B6 - URSULA DYRBYE-SKOVSTED

Tray on Stand

Make a decorative tray on a stand for displaying your finest items, or to serve the afternoon tea in the salon, or garden.

Build it from fine hard wood, make a shaped edge. Vener the tray, either plain, mirrored or with marquetry strips. Main tools in this class is a jeweler's saw, table saw, hand drill, micro chisels and scalpel.

if time allows you can decorate it with a simple inlay (flower, bird or just a nice banding). This class is for beginners in woodworking, as well as skilled students who want to express themselves with decorating. In class there will be several patterns for both edging, venering, banding and inlay to choose between!

The finish can either be wax or lacker. Some after-finishing at home is to be expected.

Material fee, to be paid in class, is 200 DKK