Time to sort these pages out. Never as easy or as quick as it might be so bear with. The wait might well be worth it and its all I can do with a wrist in plaster.
One year on and I have to say “where did that year go?” It has been a whirlwind of a year. Family has found me again and at times I think they wish I was back at Tech stressing over final show rather than checking on homework and tidiness of bedrooms. Personally I have hadContinue reading “Year 1”
Three bangles that were shown at the Fingers Gallery as part of the Graduate Show, July 2013 All surfaces are manipulated by hand and then covered with liquid enamel. The surface draws the eye to the beauty found in impermanence and deterioration over time the underlying surface will reveal itself to the wearer,Continue reading
Not quite a month since the show but still a little too long after it to write anything apart from my own musings on the experience. The range of work exhibited was vast. From the huge piece in this image to small intricately pierced pieces of metal. From the personal perspective of thisContinue reading “Graduate Metal 13 Brisbane”
Off to Brisbane I go. This piece is part of the Graduate Metal 13 Exhibition which is in conjunction with the 15th JMGA (Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia) Very exciting
This was the piece chosen for the Masterworks Neckwear 10 Exhibition.
58 silver rivets lie beaneath a surface of liquid enamel. The bangle is finished but it warrants closer inspection.
This could well be the most time consuming and difficult thing I have started. The idea of making a bangle by using rivets to attach all the pieces seemed such a great concept at 3am ! The principle has come from observations of bridges and planes and the method used to construct them. The bizarreContinue reading “what will lie beneath”
I can hide no longer . . ..