Atworkgallery Designer Jewellery

Combined with a graphic artist’s eye for detail, design and proportion, her collection utilises many textile techniques including knitting and crochet, with the most recurrent and unifying themes being the exploration of pattern, texture, fragility and symmetry.
  • 117 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Marmalade, Louise Bryan @Work B.A University of Central England Funky range of P.V.C jewellery printed with a vast range of images including lips, cars, butterflies, zebras. Using a permanent hand printed image transfer technique unique to Marmalade.

  • 117 months ago Atworkgallery »

    B.A University of Central England Funky range of P.V.C jewellery printed with a vast range of images including lips, cars, butterflies, zebras. Using a permanent hand printed image transfer technique unique to Marmalade.

  • 118 months ago Atworkgallery »

    MA Edinburgh College of Art and Design Inspired by Ancient Jewellery particularly Egyptian and Etruscan. Disa’s work aims to give a similar raw yet delicate quality. To retain the material’s natural appearance she applies techniques such as patination, reticulation, hammering, and forging.

  • 118 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Combined with a graphic artist’s eye for detail, design and proportion, her collection utilises many textile techniques including knitting and crochet, with the most recurrent and unifying themes being the exploration of pattern, texture, fragility and symmetry.

  • 118 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Combined with a graphic artist’s eye for detail, design and proportion, her collection utilises many textile techniques including knitting and crochet, with the most recurrent and unifying themes being the exploration of pattern, texture, fragility and symmetry.

  • 118 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Combined with a graphic artist’s eye for detail, design and proportion, her collection utilises many textile techniques including knitting and crochet, with the most recurrent and unifying themes being the exploration of pattern, texture, fragility and symmetry.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    B.A Surrey Institute of Art and Design One off hand-made glass rings which employ the use of gold and silver leaf. Bespoke rings can be made to order. Exclusive to @ Work London.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    M.A Sheffield Hallam University Originally a textile designer, this jewellery exemplifies Jessica’s’ continuous fascination with shape, pattern, texture and colour. Cuffs, rings, earrings, neck pieces and cufflinks in silver which has been textured, formed and fused with contrasting gold alloys.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    A wide array of colourful feathers alongside traditional components of silver and gold plate. Initial concept owes much to the method of fly-tying.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    B.A Surrey Institute of Art and Design The hydrangea collection is based on flowers picked and pressed by the artist and used directly on to the silver producing complex surface patterns. Delicate hollow petal chains outline the negative space of the petals.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    A wide array of colourful feathers alongside traditional components of silver and gold plate. Initial concept owes much to the method of fly-tying.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    B.A Surrey Institute of Art and Design The hydrangea collection is based on flowers picked and pressed by the artist and used directly on to the silver producing complex surface patterns. Delicate hollow petal chains outline the negative space of the petals.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    M.A Royal College of Art Inspired by archaeology using stones and textured silver. Whilst studying M.A devised a unique technique of casting metal directly on to stone.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    M.A Royal College of Art Inspired by archaeology using stones and textured silver. Whilst studying M.A devised a unique technique of casting metal directly on to stone.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Diploma in Ceramics. Jewellery trained under Geertje Pijper Forged and textured Silver and gold jewellery with semi precious stones. Movement and fluidity enhance the wearers enjoyment of the pieces.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    B.A Brighton University Inspired by rock formations smoothed and hollowed by time. Organic natural forms in satinised silver with 18ct white gold stripe appearing as a seam of hard rock running through it’s softer host.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    B.A Brighton University Inspired by rock formations smoothed and hollowed by time. Organic natural forms in satinised silver with 18ct white gold stripe appearing as a seam of hard rock running through it’s softer host.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    M.A Sheffield Hallam University Originally a textile designer, this jewellery exemplifies Jessica’s’ continuous fascination with shape, pattern, texture and colour. Cuffs, rings, earrings, neck pieces and cufflinks in silver which has been textured, formed and fused with contrasting gold alloys.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Angela Knipe uses her illustrative skills beautifully in this wonderful range of fun felt jewellery. Colourful and charming brooches of dogs, cats, elephants, hens and very realistic felt licqorice allsort pins and necklaces. Something to delight and amuse...

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Angela Knipe uses her illustrative skills beautifully in this wonderful range of fun felt jewellery. Colourful and charming brooches of dogs, cats, elephants, hens and very realistic felt licqorice allsort pins and necklaces. Something to delight and amuse...

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    Disa Allsopp @Work MA Edinburgh College of Art and Design Inspired by Ancient Jewellery particularly Egyptian and Etruscan. Disa’s work aims to give a similar raw yet delicate quality. To retain the material’s natural appearance she applies techniques such as patination, reticulation, hammering, and forging.

  • 119 months ago Atworkgallery »

    After Graduating in Germany in 1993 Tanja worked with the jewellery Designer Peter Haarstick. In 1997 she was awarded a grant to study for an MA at Sheffield Hallam University. Now based in Sheffield, Tanja has gained International recognition for her beautiful range of hand crafted jewellery. Her work is a timeless contrast of metals, textures and forms with a sculptural quality.Surface textures are finished to perfection to enrich contrasting yellow and red golds and semi precious stones.