Gum Tree sap.
I experimented with the beautiful red sap from Gum trees. Final pieces were two rings with sap inside, and a necklace with a bead made from sap mixed with charcoal.
These are a series of bowls created from brass, copper and aluminium for a university assignment. Each was hand saw pireced and then hammer formed and finished.
This piece was inspired by the work of Peter Carl Fabergé, an egg shape formed out of two curling palm leaves saw-pireced and fromed from brass. They were hinged to open up, where they transformed into wing shapes.
This was my very first project working with metal. I made four rings based on different parts of a tree- branches, roots, bark and leaves.
Chain Maille Neck piece.
A chain maille neck piece, formed from stailness steel, with two copper pendants, hammered and engraved. This was a piece about the interaction between Faith & Deeds.
A series of pins made from brass and sterling silver