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 Faced to the wind: Iron, Layered enamel, 5 x 30 x 10cm (on A3 card)  The piece is an extension of the drawing and surrounded with scattered garnets, it seems chaotic and natural with fallen flowers, yet remains still and delicate. 

Faced to the wind: Iron, Layered enamel, 5 x 30 x 10cm (on A3 card)

The piece is an extension of the drawing and surrounded with scattered garnets, it seems chaotic and natural with fallen flowers, yet remains still and delicate. 

 Detail: garnets where set and then scattered around the piece, they become seeds or flower heads protruding from the drawn stems.

Detail: garnets where set and then scattered around the piece, they become seeds or flower heads protruding from the drawn stems.

 Detail: layers of undefired enamel on Iron wire was left to be natural and organic with different tones and textures.

Detail: layers of undefired enamel on Iron wire was left to be natural and organic with different tones and textures.

 50 x 50 x 40cm  Thorns: Sterling Silver and copper

50 x 50 x 40cm

Thorns: Sterling Silver and copper

 Growth Spoons: Copper 15 x 10 x 5cm  Hundreds of formed petals soldered to the spoon to look overgrown and unusable

Growth Spoons: Copper 15 x 10 x 5cm

Hundreds of formed petals soldered to the spoon to look overgrown and unusable

 Growth Spoons: Sterling Silver spoon, one simple flower at the tip of the spoon left white to look delicate in complete contrast to the copper spoon

Growth Spoons: Sterling Silver spoon, one simple flower at the tip of the spoon left white to look delicate in complete contrast to the copper spoon

Faced to the wind: Iron, Layered enamel, 5 x 30 x 10cm (on A3 card)

The piece is an extension of the drawing and surrounded with scattered garnets, it seems chaotic and natural with fallen flowers, yet remains still and delicate. 

Detail: garnets where set and then scattered around the piece, they become seeds or flower heads protruding from the drawn stems.

Detail: layers of undefired enamel on Iron wire was left to be natural and organic with different tones and textures.

50 x 50 x 40cm

Thorns: Sterling Silver and copper

Growth Spoons: Copper 15 x 10 x 5cm

Hundreds of formed petals soldered to the spoon to look overgrown and unusable

Growth Spoons: Sterling Silver spoon, one simple flower at the tip of the spoon left white to look delicate in complete contrast to the copper spoon

 Faced to the wind: Iron, Layered enamel, 5 x 30 x 10cm (on A3 card)  The piece is an extension of the drawing and surrounded with scattered garnets, it seems chaotic and natural with fallen flowers, yet remains still and delicate. 
 Detail: garnets where set and then scattered around the piece, they become seeds or flower heads protruding from the drawn stems.
 Detail: layers of undefired enamel on Iron wire was left to be natural and organic with different tones and textures.
 50 x 50 x 40cm  Thorns: Sterling Silver and copper
 Growth Spoons: Copper 15 x 10 x 5cm  Hundreds of formed petals soldered to the spoon to look overgrown and unusable
 Growth Spoons: Sterling Silver spoon, one simple flower at the tip of the spoon left white to look delicate in complete contrast to the copper spoon