Kelly Munro - Scottish Jeweler inspired by the Fishing Industry

"My jewellery designs are ever evolving, creating new and exciting work for each exhibition. Each piece uses combinations of colored wood, metals and sometimes textile."

Website statement:

Kelly grew up on the north-east coast of Scotland in a small town called Wick. She is heavily inspired by the town's historic fishing industry. Her collection draws inspiration from creels, nets, ropes, and buoys. Her most recent collection is inspired by the drifting tides of Caithness.
 
Combining wood and silver, she creates bold color contrast with detailed, net-like structures in silver. Kelly exhibits her work mostly in the United Kingdom. She is currently based in Glasgow at Briggait Artist Studios.

Kelly is working towards her winter shows starting with MADE in London 19-22nd of October, Crathes Castle- Aberdeen 10th-12th of November, Wick Norseman Hotel 17th-19th November and Eden Court - Inverness 8-10th December.

Selected exhibitions

Festival of Brooches Woldstone gallery
MADE – A collection of Caithness Artists- St Fergus gallery- Wick
COSMIMA- Clerkenwell gallery- London
Goldsmiths Fair- London
MADE- Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Elements – Lyon and turnball- Edinburgh
Glasgow School of Art- AIR show
SOFA Chicago with Craft Scotland
DAZZLE- Dovecot Gallery- Edinburgh
DAZZLE- Oxo Tower London
Rising Stars -New Ashgate gallery
Rings- Yorkshire Sculpture park
Suspended in Green- Munich-Vienna- London
Earrings Galore- Heidi Lowe Gallery- USA

Yellow Buoy Brooch

Open Creel Brooch

Coral Stilted Pendant

http://kellymunrojewellery.com/

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