This is my Winter 2016 Jewellery Collection for Primavera Gallery. My designs reflect my fascination with various shapes that don’t necessarily need to be perfect. The materials I used are fused-glass pendants set in sterling silver, white jade (this is a vibrant white colour that reminds me of big white snow flakes floating down from the sky), red-dyed coral, and onyx.
I would like to introduce you to the Curiosity Gallery. This is in the centre of St. Ives. It has an amazing variety of interesting work. Here are some photographs of my work that are now available through the Curiosity Gallery.
The members of Cambridge Open Studios are participating in a fund raising event to support the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity as it seeks to build a new hospice at Shelford Bottom opposite the Gog Magog Golf Club. The new hospice will replace the current Mill Road hospice and will provide bigger and better facilities for adults in Cambridgeshire who need palliative care.
Each participating artist has been asked to produce a piece of work in the shape of a heart. This is my contribution for this cause.
Arthur Rank Fund Raising Piece
Each piece will eventually be auctioned off.
The artists have a form to note down the contact information for those people who wish to bid on the item produced by that artist.
This piece will be on display at my studio during the first three weekends of Cambridge Open Studios (the weekends I am open). Please come by and have a look around. I hope to see you soon.
We are all happily welcoming the Spring time. Nature has woken up, the days are longer, and the birds are singing. It is time for that Spring reshuffle; bring a bit of nature into your house and display it where the sun can shine through it. These beautiful pieces are available from the Primavera Gallery in Cambridge.