DeFine Metal and Fiber features works that combine metal with fiber or that are made of metal using fiber techniques. These works defy our expectations, showing us how artists are reaching across media boundaries to express themselves.
"I consider sucess to be the ability to define work as something that you enjoy doing. If working everday is fun, then that is sucess. For me, having a studio to work in and people to recognize your work is sucess."
Brooch made from a dished piece of iron found on a gap-site in Glasgow, set with garnets, strawberry quartz, an obsidian skull and black spinels. The red backing material is polycarbonate reflector from a crashed car.
"What Makes a Maker?
From potters to politicians, everyone today wants to be called a maker. What can designers really expect from this ideologically hazy movement?
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Illustrations by Serafine Frey
Call it the third law of…"
This last couple of months has been absolutely unbearable for someone who enjoys sharing the progress of works online. First came the Caledonian Sleeper cufflink commission, then came my work with "The Contemporary Jewellery Exchange" for Jan Donaldson, which I can't show until the 1st of May! The good thing is that I can now reveal the…See More