Meet The Maker – Fiona Cameron

Fiona Cameron - Jeweller and Enameller

Fiona Cameron - Jeweller and Enameller

Fiona Cameron trained in jewellery making and design at Edinburgh College of Art and she has been producing jewellery for galleries all over the UK for twelve years.

Fiona Cameron Circle Bracelet 2007

Fiona Cameron Circle Bracelet 2007

Fiona’s work predominantly features traditional kiln fired enamels. Fiona’s jewellery range that was inspired by the Scottish coastline where she grew up was one of the first ranges Heart Gallery showcased when we opened in 2006.

Fiona Cameron Pod Necklace 2007

Fiona Cameron Pod Necklace 2007

Although Fiona still makes jewellery she has recently produced a new range of artwork inspired by the many weird and wonderful collective nouns used in the animal kingdom.

Enamelled birds waiting for a home

Enamelled birds waiting for a home

It is this work that Heart Gallery wanted to showcase for our Fifth Birthday celebrations.

A Parliament of Owls - Fiona Cameron

A Parliament of Owls - Fiona Cameron

Ornithological inspired pictures, from a bosom of bluetits to a flamboyance of flamingoes are all hand cut and enamelled by Fiona, providing original and quirky pieces of art for your home. 

One for Sorrow, Two for Joy - Fiona Cameron

One for Sorrow, Two for Joy - Fiona Cameron

Heart Gallery adores these and hopes you do to.

A Brood of Hens - Fiona Cameron

A Brood of Hens - Fiona Cameron

2 thoughts on “Meet The Maker – Fiona Cameron

  1. A friend recommended I vist the Heart gallery to see these enamel birds and I ended up commissioning a piece -they are so original and absolutely brilliant – I love them!

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