This is a little showcase of new pieces of jewellery at Heart Gallery. Some have arrived already and are twinkling away in the cabinets and others are due any time soon … enjoy.
Sarah uses traditional jewellery-making techniques to create contemporary jewellery, which is paradoxically decorative and minimal, drawing inspiration from many sources, including the visual art-world.
Sarah’s current work, from her Seeds collection, was inspired by a handful of seed and the profusion of repeated elements in nature. Heart Gallery is proud to showcase this collection of Sarah’s in silver, oxidised silver and plated silver.
Personally, I have my eye on one of these rings myself as I think they are perfect to compliment a new frock I have just bought for a May wedding!
Bright, seaside memories of a childhood spent roaming beach front towns and cobbled streets inspires this range of miniature silver houses with coloured resin details. They’re a nostalgic view of the past and a charming link to the present, designed to be worn with anything and to grow into a seaside collection of your very own.
These pieces from Becca evoke nostalgic childhood memories of holidays with Mum and Dad at the coast and of Tenby itself!
Kotomi specialises in hand crafted costume jewellery. Using polymer clay to bind and shape her work, she fashions jewellery from natural and semi-precious stones (smoky quartz, crystal quartz, fresh water pearls etc) and faceted glass stones with beads.
Kotomi’s work being strongly founded on traditional forms, together with the flair that she has for the exotic, means that she has found a ready and enthusiastic market at galleries and shops in London – I’m happy that she is now represented ‘up North’ at Heart Gallery!
Keep checking in to this blog as more showcases will be posted for your enjoyment. xXx