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Alison Crowe – Arian Silver Designs

Working from my home studio in West Sussex, I design and create jewellery pieces inspired by organic shapes, patterns and textures using a range of traditional silversmithing skills. All items are in a contemporary, wearable style. After working in the arts and higher education for a number of years I took lessons from a professional silversmith. What started out as a bit of an experiment then became an all-consuming passion. I now devote most of my time to designing and maki…

Terry Guile

I design and make contemporary silver and enamelled jewellery. The pieces are made using either silver sheet or wire which I texture and form into the finished article. Although my jewellery is contemporary I use traditional methods when making each item. I use semi precious stones and pearls which I personally select from first class suppliers. My jewellery may be purchased from The Shoreham Art Gallery, 27 Brunswick Road, Shoreham by Sea, West Sussex BN43 5WA or by contacti…

Sarah Bridgland

Whilst on holiday St Ives, I discovered Glass Fusion by Jo Downs. At the time I had just started the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at West Dean College expecting to specialise in Oil Painting. I booked my first Glass Fusion course with Alex Robinson (now Powell) and fell in love with the medium. I gained my Diploma in 2013 and am now enjoying working in my own studio in the garden. Once I had discovered Glass Fusion I realised how important colour is in my world. I wor…

Nick Orsborn

Nick Orsborn has lived and worked in Brighton as an Artist/Designer for over 40 years. He divides his time between Painting – mainly in Watercolour, and the designing and making of cast resin Jewellery. In 2007 he was elected to the membership of The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI), and he exhibits paintings each year at the RI Annual Exhibition at The Mall Galleries, London. Nick also produces a wide range of limited edition giclée Prints of his work. Many of…

Katherine Lawrie

From an early age Katherine has been familiar with the techniques involved in making jewellery and working with metal. Her father works as a jewellery designer maker and often Katherine would work alongside him in his workshop. By the age of 16 this was a serious hobby and Katherine sold jewellery to her friends for pocket money. She won young Craftsman of the Year in the early 1990s, which made her take her talents more seriously. Katherine went to the Surrey Institute of Ar…

Claire Craig

My passion is working in copper,which i source from a recycling yard in a variety of forms. I then turn it into a range of jewellery,which includes bangles,earrings,rings and pendants. I have also recently made a selection of fused glass and copper pieces which i am currently working to transform into pendants.

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