My work involves a combination on specialised processes; I am combining new technologies with traditional techniques to create 3 dimensional objects of adornment. I chose the patterns in weave as the inspiration for my first collection; the hidden shapes and textures that occur in the patterns structure, offer endless design possibilities. My aim for my first collection is to transform flat patterns into 3 dimensional objects. My design process involves a combination of sketchbook work and 3d modelling. My focus at present is very much on shape and texture; this includes looking at the contrasts of rough and smooth textures. My designs are produced in gold and silver.
3D/2D has more than twenty years experience of organising quality selling events, large and small. We can vouch for the enduring popularity of events that unite makers, artists and designers with the buying public.
The 3D/2D ethos is simple: to provide the buying public with direct access to exhibitors who are selling only their own work.
Exclusively designed and handcrafted sterling silver and luxury gemstone jewellery - each piece a limited edition of just one.
British jewellery designer Alexis Southam creates handmade pieces of silver jewellery inspired by all things botanical, and the amazing scenery, wildlife and history of Scotland.
Alice Bo-Wen Chang is an Edinburgh based jewellery artist, designer and architect. She explores the relationship between body, space and object(s) through her kinetic and structural body sculptures.
Unique hand crafted copper & silver jewellery, handmade in Orkney.
Anaïs Paulard is an Artist Jeweller recently graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.
I work with bone china clay combined with paper to create vessels which are each unique yet compliment each other as a series of works. Some vessels contain glass which is cast directly inside the piece - emulating liquid contained within the form. These works have a quiet, contemplative quality, particularly when viewed as groups or installations.
Creator and designer of handcrafted jewellery in Perthshire.
Creative Student of the Year at the Creative Fife Awards 2008, contemporary jewellery designer Angela Boag studied Jewellery Design and Silversmithing at Carnegie College, she designs and hand-makes all her jewellery from silver or gold and semi precious stones. Her pieces are unique items inspired by smooth aesthetically pleasing lines and shapes that are then created into tactile and elegant jewellery.