"I tend to keep my hands in motion by making small jewelry even if I don't have big ideas. By doing that, I think, something is accumulated little by little, at least a lot of jewelry."
Korean-born Hee-ang Kim creates exquisite organic pieces presenting the transient proliferation of organic forms such as mushrooms and other fungi.
Being an award-winning artist, Hee-ang’s sculptural work, made from polymer clay and air-dry clay, stands for its extraordinary design, lightness, combination of materials, and perfect work of colours.
The work of Hee-ang represents organic style at its finest. She achieves great results by playing with contrast on different levels and explores the best properties of clay in order to create volume in her pieces by the repetition of identical elements.
Prepare to have your mind blown by Hee-Ang's class, which focuses on the technique of building shapes by stacking layers of clay. By exploring the possibilities of this process, you'll have the creative freedom to make your own decisions regarding directions, shapes, and colors.
Although Hee-Ang's technique requires time and patience, it offers a fresh and innovative way of creating volume in jewelry art. Join this class and gain an entirely new perspective on creating a visually rich and satisfying piece of jewelry.