Sarah’s contemporary jewellery designs are influenced by pattern and structure found in and around cities.
Her research and sketchbook work has led to an interest in repeating parts to build a finished piece using precious metals and traditional jewellery techniques.
Creating sharp lines, geometric shapes and often oxidising the silver to turn it black achieves an industrial appearance to link in with her research.
Sarah's jewellery workshop can be found in The Tayberry Gallery, Perth Scotland. The workshop and gallery share the same space to let visitors see the workbench and tools used when making jewellery.
Year Established: July 2009
1st place for Victoria and Albert Museum Jewellery design awards 2009
Goldsmiths Bursary Award 2009
Currently run The Tayberry Gallery in Perth, Scotland
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