Kim Paquet

Few years ago, she was working as a social worker for the Child Protection Services. In 2014, she took a break from her career and started a jewelry program at Ecole de Joaillerie de Montreal. Unable to stay away from the human contact of her work, she involved herself working with homeless drugs addicts. Confronting herself with this new profession while she engaged her thoughts in a first creative process was a fascinating way to express her concerns towards these wearable pieces of art. She received the Excellence Award 3 years in a row, the Janis Kerman Selection award and a special mention for the originality and quality technique of her work. Since, her jewelry has been exhibited in art galleries in France, Portugal, Italy and around Canada.

Current / Upcoming Courses

31. Steel Pendant

Who said jewelry is precious? This workshop will teach you how to transform an industrial material into an everyday jewelry piece. You will learn how to design and create your own pendant made out of steel. This underestimated and surprising metal is everything you need for a perfect outfit!

32. Steel & Silver Earrings

Transform an industrial material into an everyday jewellery piece. This workshop will convince you that jewellery is not all about preciousness. You will learn how to design and create your own earrings made out steel and silver unique pieces you will be proud to show off!