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The miniaturised format of the jewellery form allows me to explore my ideas on an intimate scale. As I make I enter into a dialogue with my materials, trying to discover and explore their unique characteristics. I strive to attain a tactile delicacy that positively encourages touch. It is important to me that the pieces I create should reward the wearers close attention with an intricate and detailed surface.

  • Jessica Turrell

    UK The miniaturised format of the jewellery form allows me to explore my ideas on an intimate scale. As I make I enter into a dialogue with my materials, trying to discover and explore their unique characteristics. I strive to… Read More

  • Elizabeth Turrell

    UK Much of my work represents markers of conflict – silent messages that may elicit a feeling of melancholia or disquiet. These works are made with concerns for exploring the potential of the materials and the process – the chemical… Read More

  • Marjorie Simon

    USA Houses and Barracks evolved over nearly a year. Over the years I have often returned to a house theme, partly because home and shelter are universal themes. Everyone has a narrative to project onto those structures. Specifically, I had… Read More

  • Pamela Rawnsley

    Wales/UK Pamela Rawnsley was to have started learning to use enamel in her work in 2014, but sadly died that year from an aggressive cancer.  Heat Exchange 2 is dedicated to her.

  • Ramon Puig Cuyás

    Spain The works that make up ‘Suite of Dresden: Variations on an Invisible Landscape’ series are driven by an experience lived in the city of Dresden. An archaeological excavation in the centre of the city reminded me of Italo Calvino’s… Read More

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