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Alan's jewellery is based on themes. These also often lead to developments through commissions and provide opportunities to explore new avenues.He remains influenced by ancient cultural artifacts, particularly Egyptian but also the gold work from African, Inca and Mayan civilizations. Shape, pattern and colour of Middle-Eastern design, has greatly influenced the evolution of Alan's Stacking Rings. These have been his signature pieces for some time. Recently, he has worked on a new series of rings, some large necklaces and developed new earring designs.
Aline designs and produces kilnformed and fused glass for chandeliers and vessels from her north London studio. She works mostly on site specific commissions in collaboration with lighting designers, architects and interior designers. She also sells vessels and lights through shows and galleries. She is inspired by her rural visits to Dorset, beachcombing for fossils, feathers and admiring beach stripes that translate with ease into glass.
Andrew makes wooden bowls and spoons by hand, he started whittling simply for relaxation, looking for a creative escape in an increasingly digital world. Design is driven by the materials and tools used, along with inspiration from a talented community of green woodworkers. Wood is sourced through local conservation and land management projects he is involved with, giving Andrew access to the perfect materials, typically Birch and Beech.
Unique hand cut mosaic jewellery and interior pieces, created with iridescent glass, vintage ceramics and Italian millefiori. Angela's mosaics are inspired by nature, folk art and style movements, creating decorative and attractive pieces to wear and for the home. Mosaics make an effective and durable solution, through picking, cutting, laying and combining materials. The art form reacts with its environment with light reflection giving an extra fascination.
Ann Bruford is an artist jeweller working with precious and semi-precious materials, incorporating a considered design process together with laborious hand fabrication and finishing techniques. Her practice explores the passage of time with its associated erosion and corrosion, resulting in eminently wearable sculpted forms encrusted with layers of texture and patinas.