One of my designs will be exhibited alongside the winners of the GCDA at Goldsmiths’ Hall
I am pleased to have been selected to take part in the Tincal Lab Challenge 2018!
The challenge is to design and make 1-3 pieces inspired by Jewellery & Technology with a price of 100 Euro or less. The pieces will be on display and for sale at the Tincal Lab gallery in Porto as well as be available from their website.
Join AT WORK GALLERY for an alternative jewellery catwalk show in the extraordinary underground space of the Brunel Museum Grand Entrance Hall.
Thirty seven jewellery designers have created statement catwalk jewellery to present an evening of unforgettable drama with music and bar to enjoy pre- and mid show.
TICKET PRICE includes entry to the adjoining Brunel museum where you can discover the history of the Brunel pedestrian tunnel, once described as the eighth wonder of the world. The shaft is 50 feet deep and smoke blackened brick walls from steam trains provide and atmospheric backdrop.
It is an industrial space so make sure you have a coat or another layer.
ALL JEWELLERY IS FOR SALE ON THE NIGHT VIA OUR WEBSITE OR AT THE EVENT AND AN EXHIBITION AT THE PIMLICO @ WORK GALLERY WILL FOLLOW.
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I am pleased to have my work included in this retrospective exhibition of the GC&DC awards 2017 at the Goldsmiths' Centre in London.
The Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council (GC&DC) is the flagship organisation for the precious metal industry. Each year GC&DC hosts a unique national competition attracting over 600 entries from exceptionally talented and skilled UK based designers and craftsmen.
This showcase at the Goldsmiths’ Centre celebrates award-winning work ranging from innovative, yet intricate hand-crafted jewellery to tableware and objet d’art – all entered as part of GC&DC’s 2017 competition. Plus, a unique first, a feature and showcase of Cartier jewellery to celebrate 60 years of partnership with GC&DC.
Visit www.craftanddesigncouncil.org.uk to find out more and enter the Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council Awards 2018
I am exhibiting as part of this celebratory exhibition that presents work from the Association of Contemporary Jewellery.
It shows the best of the new jewellery and conveys progression in design over the last twenty years.
Twenty of the most prominent and innovative members of the ACJ have been invited to show work from circa 1997 alongside a new piece.
The twenty invited artists are: Jane Adam; Stephen Bottomley; Norman Cherry; Susan Cross; Maria Hanson; Dorothy Hogg; Daphne Krinos; Adam Paxon; Ann Marie Shillito; Christoph Zellwger; Holly Belsher; Caroline Broadhead; Jack Cunningham; Joel Degen; Jan Hinchcliffe McCutcheon; Terry Hunt; Jacqueline Mina; David Poston; Jessica Turrell; Frances Julie Whitelaw. These have been Founder Members, Chair or Board Members and include many of the most respected jewellers of the 21st century.
images: Christoph Zellweger