Movement, line, light and space are all important aspects which inform the work of Amy Louise Young. Capturing the fleeting, sporadic moments found during the motion of flight was the major inspiration behind her current collection.
She is fascinated by the contrast between the intricate structure in an airborne object and the delicate, sinuous lines which they create in the air. It's this balance between structure and movement which is at the heart of all her designs.
Using techniques such as forging, stone setting and other jewellery making skills, she combines silver with non-precious materials such as resin and polypropylene, making the pieces not only unique but fun to wear.
Year Established: July 2009
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