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Charlotte designs and makes mixed media jewellery based on botanical designs, taking inspiration from the flora and fauna in the surrounding landscape. Charlotte works predominantly in silver, incorporating other materials such as vintage plastics (Bakelite, Casein, Lucite) and vintage glass to add colour to her work. Most of the pieces she makes are hand built using forging techniques or pierced from sheet metal.
Chris draws inspiration primarily from nature. Natural forms however are often just the starting point of a long process of design, translating a pleasing form or curve into a wearable item of jewellery. Chirs tries to give each piece of jewellery an integrity of form, both pleasing to handle, and interesting to look at from any angle. Some pieces even include a hidden detail for the wearer to appreciate. Chris' own designs and collections supply carefully selected galleries and shops through the UK and abroad; including the Natural History museum in London.
A graphic designer by trade, Christine has a life long love of typography. She enjoys playing with these 52 familiar shapes, and the cutting offers a mark-making process that has a particular clarity that appeals. Once happy with the drawn design, Christine cuts it out using a surgical scalpel blade, scans it, leaves it free from any retouching and sends it to her printer.
Christine is interested in creating visual effects in her work. The use of repetition and the interplay of light, line, space and shadows within her jewellery designs creates the effect of another set of lines and patterns. This effect is apparent when the piece is moved, or when movement is incorporated. Her most recent work is kinetic, allowing the control of the visual effect to be given to the wearer.
Using the traditional art form of flat chain mail in fine precious metals, combined with contemporary designs, Corrinne’s jewellery features key elements of playful interaction and stylised elegance, with multi-functional wear and collectability. Corrinne’s current collections are inspired by Native American cultures. This rich and storied culture, deep in connection with the earth and its people, the detailed art and traditional garments ignite her imagination. Studying artefacts, embroidered garments, tribal head-dresses, wooden and woven objects and warrior weaponry, all inspire the jewellery she creates.