Piaget. Painting class

Last week in Hamburg I had the pleasure to host a painting workshop for Piaget the fine jewellery brand and Wempe in Hamburg.

For this occasion, an exclusive group of women was invited to a drawing course in a beautiful apartment, which offered the perfect setting for an evening creative workshop.
The idea was to enjoy the fine jewellery which was presented in combination with a delicious dine and wine flying buffet to get inspired.

The Piaget & Wempe drawing class

After everyone had chosen their favourite pieces, we invited them to take part in a drawing class.
How to draw jewellery? How to work with paint and colour to get the effect you like for your final artwork had been the key questions. It was about feeling the jewellery first, selecting and wearing favourite pieces before getting started. How to get the effect of sparkling diamonds on paper, and how to create golden light and reflections.

Beautiful drawings

It was overwhelming how creative and unique each piece turned out. A blurred line on paper, became an individual style. Too much paint was taken away with a cloth and like this a new techniques was developed by just experimenting and trying out how colours mix together, how paint flows with more or less water and how you can paint fine jewellery and actually find it relaxing.

Oysters from the flying buffet

It was a lot of fun; some guests will certainly continue to paint and especially in our time a sense of creativity not only relaxes the mind but also brings you new ideas and lets you see things from a different perspective. It wasn’t just a jewellery painting workshop; it was much more. A very happy evening in good spirits.

Preparations for the drawing class.


Team meeting before the Piaget & Wempe event.
Jasmin Khezri, founder IRMASWORLD


Mood board


Piaget fine jewellery


Jasmin Khezri, founder of IRMASWORLD and Philipp Steeg, Managing Director Wempe Jungfernstieg Hamburg