Tamsin Leighton-Boyce
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  • Oxford
  • United Kingdom
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Adventures in Jewellery

Posted on August 10, 2010 at 8:00am 0 Comments

...Getting excited about the Bath Exhibition.... I have enjoyed making again- need more....more more!…

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Fragments Make The Whole

Posted on September 27, 2009 at 10:55am 0 Comments

My current work is created from fragments of observation and perception of my environment. I record images during my daily journeys around the city streets of Oxford. Ornamentation and wealth is combined with alternative encounters in the city: graffiti, road kill, rubbish and road markings.



My jewellery consists of these images, which have been cut from old steel cans and fused together. In turn these whole pieces become fragments of new images, reminiscent of ornamental ironwork or… Continue

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"Some really interesting and beautiful work! "
Aug 31, 2012
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Coming up from the south

Jewelery works from emerging artists from Australia. Curated by Melissa Cameron.See More
Aug 31, 2012
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FERROUS - A Cooperative Exhibition between Velvet Da Vinci Gallery and crafthaus.

“Ferrous”- A Cooperative Exhibition between Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, SF and crafthaus. Exhibition dates: March 1 - April 14, 2013Simultaneous exhibition at Velvet da Vinci Gallery, SF and crafthaus (online)!See More
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Tangible Networks

A series of pieces made for the exhibtion 'Donning Oxford'. Having lived and worked in Oxford for nearly nine years, my experience of this city is as steeped in the everyday journeys, and interactions as it is in famous, stories and landmarks. The…
Jul 11, 2012
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CHAIN

CHAINcrafthaus online exhibit:November 2-December 2, 2012 Participants were asked to send one image of a piece of chain between 10 and 20 cm long. The online exhibit is the result of the images selected and linked in a long and unique chain shown on real size.These works are visually connected by a round jump link. See More
Jul 11, 2012
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Cooperative Projects

What is it about cooperative projects that fascinates us so much? Is it the process or is it the outcome? Or is it the knowledge that working cooperatively can be both fun and challenging at the same time? Let's find out about your cooperative projects!See More
Jun 12, 2012

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At 3:04am on November 22, 2011, Montserrat Lacomba said…

I love your work and I included it on my blog:

http://montserratlacomba.blogspot.com/2011/11/tamsin-leighton-boyce.html

I hope you like it!

Good luck!

At 11:32am on November 17, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…

Thank you very much for your membership payment and support of crafthaus. Your membership is good through Dec 15, 2012.

Enjoy crafthaus, participate often !

At 8:56am on October 27, 2011, Jenna Shaifer said…

Hi Tamsin!  Of course, I know who you are!  How are you? So great to see you on Crafthaus!  I am just signing on and will probably start posting more in the next week or so.  So busy! 

At 3:59am on January 21, 2011, Melissa Cameron said…
Got it in one! I met Elizabeth at a conference in Western Australia last year - I did her workshop which was amazing - so I'm really looking forward to getting over to the CFPR. I'll be there from the beginning of March, and I'll be going over to Schmuck too, and I finish at the end of the month. Hopefully catch you in Germany, if not in the UK?
At 7:55pm on January 20, 2011, Melissa Cameron said…
Tamsin, your pieces are gorgeous too. I hadn't thought to enamel onto my recycled pieces, I was thinking of using some laser-cut steel works instead. I'm going to be in the UK soon for a residency, specifically to learn more about enamelling. Is there somewhere I can see your work?
At 1:45pm on March 9, 2010, Tara J Murphy said…
Thank you. Angela, Polly and I are off to Bath next Tuesday to check out a possible venue for July. Will let you know how it goes. Hope all is well. Hopefully see you at some point soon : )
At 12:45pm on February 8, 2010, Karen Bartlett said…
Hi Tamsin- Thankyou! Hope you enjoy the CAA work & that life's good.
: )
At 12:26pm on October 18, 2009, Sharon Massey said…
So nice to meet you! And what an honor to be part of LPY with you. I love the posters from that exhibition.
At 9:11am on March 23, 2009, Shadi Vossough said…
Congratlutions for getting into Y Lucca Preziosa!!! x I'm a little jealous.
At 5:28pm on February 1, 2009, Brigitte Martin said…
Hello Tamsin:

Welcome to crafthaus ! I am very glad you joined us.

Please add a few images of your work and your thoughts to the blog/discussion topics that are already posted. Of course, if there is something else you'd much rather talk about, please add that to the site so that the rest of us can chime in.

I really hope you will enjoy being with this network and find the exchanges interesting and fun. The more you put into it, the more you will get out of it, for sure.

If there are ever any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to email me anytime. I will do my best to be of help.

Again: Welcome !

Brigitte Martin
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My current work uses images gathered from everyday journeys responding to a perceived and real environment. Each piece is made up from fragments of discarded steel cans to create forms or images influenced by baroque concepts and style.
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