The urban landscape and the nature have always been inspiring for artists and creative minds. The surrounding as well as the atmosphere, sounds and shapes, are meant as muses also for those working in the micro-sculpture and jewelry field. With different styles and background Jill Herlands, Nicole Schuster, Martacarmela Sotelo and Zeta Tsermou work by constructing and merging precious and non-preciouses metals, by creating small masterpieces ranging from minimalism to the superstructure of architecture, and where the raw elegance of industrial and urban suggestions finds expression. Jill Herlands Photo Credit: Jill Herlands Jill Herlands is based in Hell’s Kitchen, New
Corrugation & Microfolding with Jill Leventon 10am - 4pm, Saturday, 8 October 2022 Central Scotland School of Jewellery Dunblane, Scotland Join Silversmith Jill Leventon for a day of structural and textural metalworking. By adding small undulations or corrugations to our metal we will add strength and texture to thin sheets of metal, allow us to work in a sculptural yet economic way. Using simple hand tools and a corrugating roller add pleats, folds, and smocking to your designs, or create lightweight hollow bead forms. For makers who are exploring more environmentally sustainable skills this workshop is perfect. Larger, sculptural pieces
Dine Dine is an exhibition of craft that sits on the dining table. Running along side The Goldsmiths’ Company exhibition Made for the Table, this supporting showcase brings together a large selection of stunning pieces in silver, ceramic, glass and textiles. Included are pieces by many of the makers’ that appear in the Goldsmiths’ show, and all available to purchase. Benefield Spencer Glass Angela Cork Richard Fox Hampson Woods Miriam Hanid Rauni Higson Kyosun Jung Nan Nan Liu Michael Lloyd Ptolemy Mann Alison Morton Shannon O’Neill Pottery West Sue Pryke Rebecca de Quin Adam Ross Jill Shaddock Jane Short Adi Toch Arjan Van Dal Vezzini & Chen Yusuke Yamamoto.