Inspired by her love for Italian Art, Style and Culture, Chris started her career by making her own take on Venetian masks using leather and metallic paints for which she gained the award of "Most Promising Emerging Artist" in 1995.
She then moved on to painting and working with paper clay until "destiny" brought her attention to Polymer Clay. She has been studying a myriad of techniques which are derived from many other disciplines such as textile, metal and ceramic art in order to perfect her skills and develop her own style.
Chris prefers creating colourful jewellery, quirky enough to stand out in the crow and useful items to embellish the homes of people with a love for style and uniqueness.
Chris also runs basic techniques and masterclass workshops in various locations.
Year Established: 1994 - new business in 2012
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