Friday, 29 June 2012

Donning Oxford- Meet the Makers-Sunday 1st July

This Sunday is the final day of Donning Oxford an exhibition featuring the work of 20 contemporary artist jewellers, and an opportunity to meet many of the exhibiting artists. Come along to the 03 Gallery in Oxford to put your questions to us.

Saturday, 16 June 2012

Here is a quick taster of a series of pieces I made for Donning Oxford, click here or on the Donning Oxford page tab above to see all of "Tangible Networks"

Mutually Beneficial

Guilds IV

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Donning Oxford open

Donning Oxford is up and running!  The exhibition runs until 1st July at the 03 Gallery, Oxford

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Donning Oxford

With just over two weeks until our new exhibition opens..

Donning Oxford will feature the work of twenty UK based jewellery artists, who encompass a wide range of methodologies from material to conceptual exploration 

Monday, 26 March 2012

'Compost' from our Meddle show at Schmuck 2012

'Compost' pin no 2

'Compost' pin no 1

'Compost' pin no 3

'Compost' Necklace

'Compost' pin no 5

Materials- recycled plastic, recycled steel, vitreous enamels, paint, nylon wire

Friday, 9 March 2012

Friday, 3 February 2012

New Class in Nailsworth

Jewellery Making 
Nailsworth Community Workshop

New daytime class starting 21st February

 Tuesdays daytime 12.30-2.30

£10.00 per session + materials

Develop new skills in jewellery and metalworking. Work with guidance and at your own pace to design and create your pieces of jewellery.
For more information or to book a place Call 0797 1737 626 or Tamsin on 07765 411697

Nailsworth Community Workshop runs courses in wood, silver and leatherwork. For up to date information on all our courses and opportunities check our website

Monday, 16 January 2012

Art Jewellery Exhibition

I am currently co-curating an exhibition of art jewellery with Fliss Quick and Natalie Smith. The exhibition will be held next June at the 03 Gallery in Oxford will showcase work by twenty UK based jewellery artists and their interpretations and responses to Oxford. Follow us here

Image- Tamsin Leighton-Boyce