Recently I’ve been working with Enamel and this medium is starting to develop readily into forthcoming collections and developing series of works.
Pieces are inspired by uniform, structured graphic patterns combined with my making process that organically and naturally evolves through placement and layering. Working with a colour palette of green and accents of blue, components act as precious jewels that become mounted within frames in freeform yet structured settings.
These pieces are bold and striking.
Subtleties within these colour ranges are explored by layering of geometric patterns using spots, dots and squares, on, within the surface and/or subtracting from the forms by hand piercing copper components. A combination of flat, textured, matt, smooth surfaces are encapsulated in blocks of colour to create brooches, neckpieces and delicate pendants.
Each piece is unique, double sided and reversible. 2 brooches in 1, 2 necklaces in 1!
Adjust to your mood, dress and style.
Perfect for Summer to add a pop of colour to your outfit and brighten your day. 🙂
These jewellery pieces are on show and available to buy from ‘Victoria Sewart Contemporary Jewellery Gallery’ in Plymouth.
Here is a brief synopsis about the gallery –
‘Plymouth’s only contemporary jewellery gallery showing collections from over 50 British designers. Materials ranging from diamonds, gold, acrylic, wood, feathers and even recycled materials and with prices ranging from £14 – £1500’
‘Designer hand made jewellery from a diverse range of contemporary and traditional materials. One off designs and commissions for personalised designs.’
‘Jewellery making classes held above the gallery regularly’
Please visit the website for further information and if you happen to be in Plymouth I recommend a visit to view and buy beautiful individual hand crafted contemporary jewellery!
Thanks for taking the time to read this blog, what do you think of these pieces?
What are your favourite tones of colour or combinations of colour? Please leave a comment below! x