Kooljaman earrings

Kooljaman

Kooljaman means “place of no grass” in the language of the Bardi people who live at the top end of Cape Leveque, in the Kimberly, Western Australia. It is a place of intense colours. The meeting point of deep red earth, white sands, and the […]

Aercus necklaces

Aercus

Over the past few years I have become enamoured with the colours that copper can be made to produce through the niage patina process. This new collection of vessels and wearables is inspired by the rich tones of Australian red earth. This article by Jim […]

Ocean's blue Queensland gem earrings

Ocean’s blue

Winter walks around my local headlands found me consumed by our pacific’s various and changing hues. The white and greys as the subdued winter sun tickled the cresting waves. The stoney grey of the rocky foreshore, the well washed beige of the sand. The myriad […]

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Green Gold πράσινο χρυσός

The wonderful greens of chrysoprase combined with shakudo (black) and pure gold or silver embossed with textures from Kimberley landscape drawings–courtesy of Ben Foley.

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Co’chlear

For me the word cochlear conjures things of or relating to the ear and particularly the cochlear implant. At cross section our cochlea are wonderful multi-storied houses very much like the shell of the snail (cochleae) from whence it derived its name.

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Poffertjes

These treasures bring to mind all the tasty little treats cooked in the larger cast iron version. Poffertjes, peach blossoms, gem scones.

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John Foley

I have taken much inspiration and many, many tools from John. It is thanks to him, and his children Ben and Sarah, that I have come to realise my love for playing with metal. We have plans to photograph as much of John’s work as […]

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Wire

Lengths of wire. Folded, twisted, joined…