Sunday 31 January 2016, the final day of my show ‘Refined’ at Antipodes Bookshop Gallery in Sorrento. It’s been great meeting people every weekend and sharing information about the techniques and my influences, amd hearing your thoughts about my work.
Fear not, if you haven’t been able to get to Antipodes, my studio is always open by appointment from Thursday through to Sunday. A lot of the unsold work will also be available shortly in my shop on Etsy (click on the Shop menu at the top of the page to go straight there).
Thanks to Jane at Antipodes, and the wonderful staff Annette, Sue and Jodie for your support during the show.
It was a great opening of ‘Refined’ my exhibition at Antipodes Bookshop Gallery in Sorrento today. The exhibition is open 7 days a week until the 31st January. I’ll be there each weekend afternoon from 2pm. Please drop in and say hello, and learn a little about the techniques I use to make my contemporary statement jewellery.
Busy with last minute preparations for ‘Refined’, my exhibition of contemporary jewellery opening on the 2nd January 2016. See you at Antipodes Bookshop Gallery (in the downstairs gallery) in Sorrento after 2pm on Saturday!
An exhibition of my contemporary statement jewellery opening the 2nd January 2016 and running throughout January at Antipodes Bookshop Gallery, Sorrento.
‘Refined’ is an exhibition of jewellery made using the ancient technique of cuttlefish casting. Each piece, be it a pendant or a ring, is refined into an elegant work of art. They have a character all of their own, with a special feature and design that reflects my sense of place, and my relationship to the natural beauty of Australia, from the erosion of our ancient mountains, to the movement of the sea and our oceans that surround the Mornington Peninsula.
All my work is made to the highest standard, the pendants and rings are bold statement pieces, you can expect quality craftsmanship and a unique design. You’ll be sure to find the perfect piece to complement your wardrobe.
I’ll be in the gallery each weekend afternoon talking about the techniques I use and the inspiration behind each work. They’ll be over 60 pieces on display.