This necklace is part of a series looking at simple forms - we are all made up of them. The horror and brutality in Syria brings such sadness ... we are where we are, and helping each other to a way forward will prove a test of our humanity and humility - I choose to support the amazing work of Doctors without borders
Touchstones is an exhibition at EGETAL which runs 12 Sept-1 October, examining how we find meaning in everyday life - how what we wear on our hands can engage us in a moment to slow and remind ourselves to be present. These rings are inspired by the people who allow me to feel present in everyday life: my children. I have created two rings that sit together and speak of love, vulnerability, play, strength and laughter. One ring, in 18ct yellow gold set with rough diamonds, celebrates the softness and fragility of motherhood. This ring nestles within an oxidised fused silver and gold ring that symbolises strength and power. More details and other artists work egetal. Photo egetal.
Last night I attended the launch of the fantastic new space, NorthCity4 in Brunswick. I am really excited about this community space for contemporary jewellers and object makers. Can's wait for the seminars and workshops. Thanks to all involved for realising this amazing project. I also bought a beautiful Katherine Bowman print, joy! NorthCity4 Website