Border mail

Many thanks to Jodie O’Sullivan and The Border Mail for this great article. My collection of adornments An unopening (hammer and needle) is  available at Corowa Jewellery, Sanger Street COROWA NSW. Mon – Fri 9-5pm and Sat 9 -12pm.

Unopened but installed…

The opening of my collection of work, An Unopening ( hammer and needle) that was scheduled for 5pm onwards tonight(28 May) at Corowa Jewellery is postponed due to the COVID pandemic lockdown in Victorian and associated rules and reasons for leaving our homes et al. However, the work is installed and you can see it […]

An unopening (hammer and needle)

An unopening… Something not open… Locked down… Isolated… Relocated… Unopen … unhinged… The same… but not the same Familiar but not. …Unopen The time between what was and what’s next A liminal space. Time to rethink… I have a hammer and a needle… Force, disperse, reshape, nurture, mend and repair… I think I can. This […]

Conversations with Anxiety I, II and III

Through making I explore boundaries between self and the world – opportunities to connect memories, emotions, and everyday happenings through making, story and objects. Positioned somewhere between object, adornment and the performative, these pieces seem out of place with expectations of the form and function of rings. Presented here,disconnected from body- familiar but odd – […]

The Meaning of Things

Recently I had the opportunity to contribute to this great online exhibition , The Meaning of Things by Craft Victoria. In The Meaning of Things, Craft presents a vibrant cabinet of curiosities showcasing eclectic objects and artworks from makers’ personal collections. Accompanying stories share a glimpse into each object’s significance. ​Exploring objects as vessels of emotion and meaning, The Meaning of Things presents pieces that are either handcrafted or connected to handmade practice. Objects […]