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Beautiful new works by architectural designer Sarah Convolo of @convolo_design are in at Craft. Convolo Design uses computational design processes and fabrication methods to produce dynamic functional forms and bold, wearable sculptures. Want to add some dimension to your wardrobe? Explore her works in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Abby Seymour's Dune bangle is a bold and contemporary brass bangle displaying a gentle twist with heavily textured elements inspired by details and forms in the landscape. The curve of the metal evokes images of sand dunes that herald private beaches beyond the rise. A combination markings along its surface allows for a sculptural play of light. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Convolo Design creates unique tactile pieces which explore the complexity of form through 3D printed technology. The intricate and geometric patterns made of lightweight 3D printed nylon, produce bold and dynamic movement when worn. #craftvictoria #craftvic

Cufflinks

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Australian artist and craftsperson Louise Meuwissen's works are renowned for their lavish and intricate surfaces.Her practice is underpinned by treasure hunting and collecting, and informed by her interests in devotion and the sublime, luxury, aspiration, the natural world and environmental concerns Explore online at shop.craft.org.au Image: Louise Meuwissen @louisemeuwissen Photographer: Sarah Weston
Inglis’s practice is multi-faceted and includes frequent exhibitions in national and international galleries, large scale collaborative public art projects, lecturing in jewellery at the University of South Australia, a member of the Craftsouth board and the Arts SA peer assessment panel.  These bangles are hand carved using hand dyed flexible PVC and finished with sterling silver stitching. #craftvictoria #craftvic

Bracelets

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Inspired by raw geologic forms, intricate crystalline structures, and the exquisite geometries of nature – Aurelia’s works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Inspired by raw geologic forms, intricate crystalline structures, and the exquisite geometries of nature – Aurelia’s works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Graduating from Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT in 2016 and recipient of the 2018 Maggie Fairweather residency at RMIT, Lauralai’s practice is led by considered explorations of material. Working with stone, sand, silicone and silver alongside other adaptations of raw minerals and found objects, Lauralai creates alterations of surface and form through chemical synthesis. #craftvictoria #craftvic

Necklaces

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Aurelia's works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. Shop instore or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Inglis' practice is focused on the manipulation and transformation of a commonplace material, Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), into the precious. Each earring is coloured then small pieces are removed from the surface through a process of hand cut incisions and carved patterns. Transforming it from its prosaic ‘natural’ state into a new material that glitters with a play of light and reflection. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Clean lines highlight the natural beauty of silver & pearls. Continuing the story of the 'To Hold' collection by jeweller Victoria Mason, the shape derives from the clear space of the collections necklace and ring, the precious implied half, the invisible self, the dream. The striking solid top will catch the light as the pearls emit a warm glow. As with all Victoria Mason pieces, each part of this design has been carefully structured and meticulously finished. #craftvictoria #craftvic

Earrings

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Bëuy (pronounced boy) is the label of award winning Melbourne-based jewellery designer Taë Schmeisser. Born in Australia and educated in glass, ceramics, gold + silver in Australia and Japan, her multicultural Japanese and German heritage has influenced the combination of minimalism and modernity in her works, while her extensive training has given her a unique understanding of each material, resulting in a truly rare aesthetic. #craftvictoria #craftvic
The main process in @cashmere_malekitsch ‘s practice is lost wax in situ casting - a process whereby gemstones are set inside a wax mould before being cast into metal. — Explore this caviar ring and more in-store on Watson Place or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Dedicated to creating unique pieces with soul, Griffiths seeks out rare and unusual stones and materials for his work. The resulting pieces have a unique effervescence and otherworldly intensity to them – not unlike the maker himself. Delve into his collection in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic

Rings

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Juan Castro is a social and cultural anthropologist, who studied at the University of Seville, Spain. Juan moved to Melbourne in 2011 and completed an Advanced Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design at Melbourne Polytechnic in 2016. Image: Juan Castro #juancastro #juancastrojewellery Ceramic Jewelry, Metal Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Jewellery, Design Crafts, Design Art, Cultural Anthropologist, Contemporary Textiles, Seville Spain
Juan Castro is a social and cultural anthropologist, who studied at the University of Seville, Spain. Juan moved to Melbourne in 2011 and completed an Advanced Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design at Melbourne Polytechnic in 2016. Image: Juan Castro #juancastro #juancastrojewellery
Australian artist and craftsperson Louise Meuwissen's works are renowned for their lavish and intricate surfaces.Her practice is underpinned by treasure hunting and collecting, and informed by her interests in devotion and the sublime, luxury, aspiration, the natural world and environmental concerns Explore online at shop.craft.org.au Image: Louise Meuwissen @louisemeuwissen Photographer: Sarah Weston Treasure Hunting, Australian Artists, Weston, Natural World, Sarah, Intricate, Practice
Australian artist and craftsperson Louise Meuwissen's works are renowned for their lavish and intricate surfaces.Her practice is underpinned by treasure hunting and collecting, and informed by her interests in devotion and the sublime, luxury, aspiration, the natural world and environmental concerns Explore online at shop.craft.org.au Image: Louise Meuwissen @louisemeuwissen Photographer: Sarah Weston
Kenny (Yong-soo) Son of Studiokyss is an object designer-maker who has a simple goal of creating work that has ‘life’, objects that add significance and value to everyday environments. Image: Kenny (Yong-soo) Son Paperweight/ Sculpture. Photographer: Sarah Weston Handcrafted Ceramics, Craft Shop
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Kenny (Yong-soo) Son of Studiokyss is an object designer-maker who has a simple goal of creating work that has ‘life’, objects that add significance and value to everyday environments. Image: Kenny (Yong-soo) Son Paperweight/ Sculpture. Photographer: Sarah Weston
Taë Schmeisser is a Melbourne based jeweller and designer. Taë completed a B.A in Visual Arts (glass) at the Australian National University, during which time she also travelled to Japan to study ceramics in Kyoto and glass in Toyama. She has also completed an Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (jewellery) at NMIT. Taë has exhibited her work since 2002, is stocked internationally. Image: Taë Schmeisser, 'Nestled in Bloom' ring, Photographer: Sarah Weston Australian National University, Toyama
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Taë Schmeisser is a Melbourne based jeweller and designer. Taë completed a B.A in Visual Arts (glass) at the Australian National University, during which time she also travelled to Japan to study ceramics in Kyoto and glass in Toyama. She has also completed an Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (jewellery) at NMIT. Taë has exhibited her work since 2002, is stocked internationally. Image: Taë Schmeisser, 'Nestled in Bloom' ring, Photographer: Sarah Weston
Dorkus Design is a jewellery and form play project by Melbourne-based designer and maker Stephanie Watt. Working primarily with laser cut pieces which are finished and assembled by hand, Steph is known for minimal and eye catching designs. Steph's loving use of colour and bold geometric forms give each piece its own individual mood with underlying themes of play and humour. Geometric Form
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Dorkus Design is a jewellery and form play project by Melbourne-based designer and maker Stephanie Watt. Working primarily with laser cut pieces which are finished and assembled by hand, Steph is known for minimal and eye catching designs. Steph's loving use of colour and bold geometric forms give each piece its own individual mood with underlying themes of play and humour.
Kath Inglis' practice is focused on the manipulation and transformation of a commonplace material, Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), into the precious. Each earring is coloured then small pieces are removed from the surface through a process of hand cut incisions and carved patterns. Transforming it from its prosaic ‘natural’ state into a beautiful new material that glitters with a play of light and reflection. Image: Kath Inglis, Waterhole earrings
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Kath Inglis' practice is focused on the manipulation and transformation of a commonplace material, Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), into the precious. Each earring is coloured then small pieces are removed from the surface through a process of hand cut incisions and carved patterns. Transforming it from its prosaic ‘natural’ state into a beautiful new material that glitters with a play of light and reflection. Image: Kath Inglis, Waterhole earrings
New work by Anna Varendorff of ACV studio perfect for that special someone. Varendorff's artistic practice includes the mediums of jewellery, sculpture and installation. Directly addressing the body, with objects as both tool and partner, Varendorff directs focus towards the concerns of contemporary author jewellery from the intimate to the immersive. Image: Anna Varendorff, ACV studio. Photographer: Sarah Weston Acv
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New work by Anna Varendorff of ACV studio perfect for that special someone. Varendorff's artistic practice includes the mediums of jewellery, sculpture and installation. Directly addressing the body, with objects as both tool and partner, Varendorff directs focus towards the concerns of contemporary author jewellery from the intimate to the immersive. Image: Anna Varendorff, ACV studio. Photographer: Sarah Weston
Taë Schmeisser's collections at Craft Victoria showcase her natural and responsive engagement with precious metals, with playful pieces of silver, oxidised silver, and gold. Image: Taë Schmeisser, 'Nestled In Bloom' Ring featuring Australian green sapphire with three diamonds. Ring size: size N 3/4. @tae_schmeisser Photographer: Sarah Weston Craft Victoria, Schmuck
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Taë Schmeisser's collections at Craft Victoria showcase her natural and responsive engagement with precious metals, with playful pieces of silver, oxidised silver, and gold. Image: Taë Schmeisser, 'Nestled In Bloom' Ring featuring Australian green sapphire with three diamonds. Ring size: size N 3/4. @tae_schmeisser Photographer: Sarah Weston
Abby Seymour’s practice spans jewellery, objects and print. Abby’s practice began as a printmaker, and the nuanced and personal line and dot patterning that characterise her jewellery and ceramics have evolved from this formative background in consideration of surface. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Fun Materials, Line & Dot, Sustainable Practices, Silver Shop, Contemporary Crafts, Latest Jewellery, Seymour
Abby Seymour — Silver Stamen Ring
Abby Seymour’s practice spans jewellery, objects and print. Abby’s practice began as a printmaker, and the nuanced and personal line and dot patterning that characterise her jewellery and ceramics have evolved from this formative background in consideration of surface. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
Well known Melbourne based jeweller, Victoria Mason creates beautiful, unique and collectable pieces in a variety of materials. Perhaps best known for her Small Sculpture collection – elegant tiny silver pendants of everyday items – Victoria explores many different subjects through her work. From her collaboration with local artist, Ghost Patrol and tribute to Vali Myers, to her stunning work with enamel, Victoria’s enthusiasm for exciting and progressive jewellery design is inspiring. Small Sculptures, Silver Pendants, Everyday Items, Enthusiasm, Local Artists, Melbourne, Subjects, Collaboration
Well known Melbourne based jeweller, Victoria Mason creates beautiful, unique and collectable pieces in a variety of materials. Perhaps best known for her Small Sculpture collection – elegant tiny silver pendants of everyday items – Victoria explores many different subjects through her work. From her collaboration with local artist, Ghost Patrol and tribute to Vali Myers, to her stunning work with enamel, Victoria’s enthusiasm for exciting and progressive jewellery design is inspiring.
TO COLLECT Western Australia-born jeweller, Brendon Collins, creates unique timber jewellery that embodies his passion for geometric composition, the natural richness of timber, and his steadfast commitment to the traditional aspects of his craft and training. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Steadfast, Western Australia, Collins, Commitment, Timber, Born, Composition
TO COLLECT Western Australia-born jeweller, Brendon Collins, creates unique timber jewellery that embodies his passion for geometric composition, the natural richness of timber, and his steadfast commitment to the traditional aspects of his craft and training. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
Diverse material choices, incorporating plastics and synthetic materials hand in hand with refined gold smithing techniques, arise in part from Vicki’s pursuit of bright colours to feature in her work, but is also linked to her desire to challenge notions of preciousness and her conviction that jewellery can be a portable tool for communication. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Synthetic Materials, Bright Colours, Conviction, Notions, Communication, Choices, Refined
Diverse material choices, incorporating plastics and synthetic materials hand in hand with refined gold smithing techniques, arise in part from Vicki’s pursuit of bright colours to feature in her work, but is also linked to her desire to challenge notions of preciousness and her conviction that jewellery can be a portable tool for communication. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
MAKER INSIGHT Jeweller Kath Inglis turns Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), into the precious. First dyed by hand, small pieces are later removed from the surface through a process of hand cut incisions and carved patterns, with each bangle finished with sterling silver stitching. Transformed from its natural state, this new material glitters with a play of light and reflection. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Glitters, Hand Cut, Bangle, Reflection, Pvc, Insight, Stitching
MAKER INSIGHT Jeweller Kath Inglis turns Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), into the precious. First dyed by hand, small pieces are later removed from the surface through a process of hand cut incisions and carved patterns, with each bangle finished with sterling silver stitching. Transformed from its natural state, this new material glitters with a play of light and reflection. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
MAKER INSIGHT Taë Schmeisser is a Melbourne based jeweller and designer. Taë completed a B.A in Visual Arts (glass) at the Australian National University, during which time she also travelled to Japan to study ceramics in Kyoto and glass in Toyama. She has also completed an Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (jewellery) at NMIT. Taë has exhibited her work since 2002, is stocked internationally and received the e.g. etal award in Melbourne 2008. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Engineering Technology, Japan Travel, Glass Art, Gold Bracelet, Wedding Rings
MAKER INSIGHT Taë Schmeisser is a Melbourne based jeweller and designer. Taë completed a B.A in Visual Arts (glass) at the Australian National University, during which time she also travelled to Japan to study ceramics in Kyoto and glass in Toyama. She has also completed an Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (jewellery) at NMIT. Taë has exhibited her work since 2002, is stocked internationally and received the e.g. etal award in Melbourne 2008. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
MAKER INSIGHT Elise Sheehan is a jeweller and object maker who is interested in the exploration of what exists, what doesn’t, and imagining outcomes of the two colliding. Through the process of making and the arranging of objects, Sheehan investigates the interplay and vulnerability between what differentiates the internal and external space through playful, unexpected forms. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Outcomes, Elise, Vulnerability, Unexpected, External, How To Become
MAKER INSIGHT Elise Sheehan is a jeweller and object maker who is interested in the exploration of what exists, what doesn’t, and imagining outcomes of the two colliding. Through the process of making and the arranging of objects, Sheehan investigates the interplay and vulnerability between what differentiates the internal and external space through playful, unexpected forms. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
TO COLLECT Mary Odorcic's striking raw and chic pieces involve the twisting, cutting, hammering and soldering of silver and gold wire and plate into geometric and organic shapes. The shapes are brought together through the use of dazzling precious and semi precious stones, pastel hued pearl, coloured silk threads or her signature handmade resin chips and stones. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Gold Wire, Soldering, Organic Shapes, Semiprecious Stones, Semi Precious, Mary, Resin
TO COLLECT Mary Odorcic's striking raw and chic pieces involve the twisting, cutting, hammering and soldering of silver and gold wire and plate into geometric and organic shapes. The shapes are brought together through the use of dazzling precious and semi precious stones, pastel hued pearl, coloured silk threads or her signature handmade resin chips and stones. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
Abby Seymour’s practice spans jewellery, objects and print. Abby’s practice began as a printmaker, and the nuanced and personal line and dot patterning that characterise her jewellery and ceramics have evolved from this formative background in consideration of surface. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue Illume, All Craft
Abby Seymour — Silver Illume Ring
Abby Seymour’s practice spans jewellery, objects and print. Abby’s practice began as a printmaker, and the nuanced and personal line and dot patterning that characterise her jewellery and ceramics have evolved from this formative background in consideration of surface. #craftvictoria #craftcatalogue
Mottled glazes, hammered metal, overnight firings in wood fuelled kilns, hand stitched seams, glass stretched and blown on a pipe — these are the lengths our makers go to in order to create one of a kind pieces that turn your homes into works of art. Explore the collection online at shop.craft.org.au✨ Image: Elfrun Lach, Gold Plated Pendant. Photography Sarah Weston. Wood Fuel, Hammered Metal
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Mottled glazes, hammered metal, overnight firings in wood fuelled kilns, hand stitched seams, glass stretched and blown on a pipe — these are the lengths our makers go to in order to create one of a kind pieces that turn your homes into works of art. Explore the collection online at shop.craft.org.au✨ Image: Elfrun Lach, Gold Plated Pendant. Photography Sarah Weston.
MAKER INSIGHT “It is often colour or a found object that informs my work. I love working with vintage materials, mixing the old with the new. A lost bauble evokes an old memory that can be refashioned to create something beautiful again. Ultimately, though, it is the wearer of the work that truly brings the piece to life. It is always the greatest pleasure to see it being worn.” – Fiona Watkins. Caracus by Fiona Watkins, Caracus Earrings. Photography Sarah Weston. Found Object, Bauble, Something Beautiful, Refashion
Fiona Watkins, Caracus — Earrings
MAKER INSIGHT “It is often colour or a found object that informs my work. I love working with vintage materials, mixing the old with the new. A lost bauble evokes an old memory that can be refashioned to create something beautiful again. Ultimately, though, it is the wearer of the work that truly brings the piece to life. It is always the greatest pleasure to see it being worn.” – Fiona Watkins. Caracus by Fiona Watkins, Caracus Earrings. Photography Sarah Weston.
Bëuy (pronounced boy) is the label of award winning Melbourne-based jewellery designer Taë Schmeisser. Born in Australia and educated in glass, ceramics, gold + silver in Australia and Japan, her multicultural Japanese and German heritage has influenced the combination of minimalism and modernity in her works, while her extensive training has given her a unique understanding of each material, resulting in a truly rare aesthetic. #craftvictoria #craftvic Award Winning, Silver Gold, Minimalism, German
TAE SCHMEISSER | RING
Bëuy (pronounced boy) is the label of award winning Melbourne-based jewellery designer Taë Schmeisser. Born in Australia and educated in glass, ceramics, gold + silver in Australia and Japan, her multicultural Japanese and German heritage has influenced the combination of minimalism and modernity in her works, while her extensive training has given her a unique understanding of each material, resulting in a truly rare aesthetic. #craftvictoria #craftvic
The main process in @cashmere_malekitsch ‘s practice is lost wax in situ casting - a process whereby gemstones are set inside a wax mould before being cast into metal. — Explore this caviar ring and more in-store on Watson Place or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic Wax Molds, Annual Report, Lost Wax
Cashmere Malekitsch — SILVER AND CUBIC ZIRCONIA 'CHAMPAGNE AND CAVIAR' RING
The main process in @cashmere_malekitsch ‘s practice is lost wax in situ casting - a process whereby gemstones are set inside a wax mould before being cast into metal. — Explore this caviar ring and more in-store on Watson Place or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Aurelia's works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. Shop instore or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic Crystalline Structure, Goldsmithing, Enameled Steel, Bachelor Of Fine Arts, Design Language, Contemporary Jewellery, Precious Gems, Silversmithing
Aurelia Yeomans | STERLING SILVER AND GOLD 'MELTING STUDS' EARRINGS
Aurelia's works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. Shop instore or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Louise's textiles and jewellery showcased at Craft Victoria are distillations of her large-scale sculptural work, with each piece being a distinct one-of-a-kind work of art that can not be repeated. - Explore Louise's adornment in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic Jewelry Showcases, Distillation, Adornment, Scale, Textiles, Louis, Sculpture
Louise Meuwissen | Australian Jewellery
Louise's textiles and jewellery showcased at Craft Victoria are distillations of her large-scale sculptural work, with each piece being a distinct one-of-a-kind work of art that can not be repeated. - Explore Louise's adornment in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Beautiful new works by architectural designer Sarah Convolo of @convolo_design are in at Craft. Convolo Design uses computational design processes and fabrication methods to produce dynamic functional forms and bold, wearable sculptures. Want to add some dimension to your wardrobe? Explore her works in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic Design Process, Dynamic
Sarah Ceravolo | CONVOLO DESIGN | DALI BANGLE IN BLUE
Beautiful new works by architectural designer Sarah Convolo of @convolo_design are in at Craft. Convolo Design uses computational design processes and fabrication methods to produce dynamic functional forms and bold, wearable sculptures. Want to add some dimension to your wardrobe? Explore her works in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Dedicated to creating unique pieces with soul, Griffiths seeks out rare and unusual stones and materials for his work. The resulting pieces have a unique effervescence and otherworldly intensity to them – not unlike the maker himself. Delve into his collection in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic Griffith, Otherworldly
William Llewellyn | GRIFFITHS, METAL COUTURE | ILLUMINATI STACKING RING
Dedicated to creating unique pieces with soul, Griffiths seeks out rare and unusual stones and materials for his work. The resulting pieces have a unique effervescence and otherworldly intensity to them – not unlike the maker himself. Delve into his collection in store or online at shop.craft.org.au #craftvictoria #craftvic
Taë Schmeisser is an award winning Melbourne based designer and jeweller. Her work focuses on the often overlooked beauty and humour in everyday iconography, language and landscapes.  #craftvictoria #craftvic Landscapes, Rings For Men, Language, Silver Rings
TAË SCHMEISSER | Australian Jewellery
Taë Schmeisser is an award winning Melbourne based designer and jeweller. Her work focuses on the often overlooked beauty and humour in everyday iconography, language and landscapes. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Anna Varendorff's artistic practice includes the mediums of jewellery, sculpture and installation. Directly addressing the body, with object as both tool and partner, Varendorff directs specific focus towards the concerns of contemporary author jewellery from the intimate to the immersive. Each vase is truly unique, made by hand using brass and silver solder with nuances of the making process evident on the surface of each vessel. #craftvictoria #craftvic Truly Unique, Addressing, Vessel, Focus, Anna, Circle
Anna Varendorff | BRASS CIRCLE SCULPTURE | VASE
Anna Varendorff's artistic practice includes the mediums of jewellery, sculpture and installation. Directly addressing the body, with object as both tool and partner, Varendorff directs specific focus towards the concerns of contemporary author jewellery from the intimate to the immersive. Each vase is truly unique, made by hand using brass and silver solder with nuances of the making process evident on the surface of each vessel. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Inglis' practice is focused on the manipulation and transformation of a commonplace material, Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), into the precious. Each earring is coloured then small pieces are removed from the surface through a process of hand cut incisions and carved patterns. Transforming it from its prosaic ‘natural’ state into a new material that glitters with a play of light and reflection. #craftvictoria #craftvic Peer Assessment, University Of South Australia, Rain Drops, Public Art, Metal Design, Art School
Kath Inglis | LARGE RAIN DROP STUD EARRINGS
Inglis' practice is focused on the manipulation and transformation of a commonplace material, Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), into the precious. Each earring is coloured then small pieces are removed from the surface through a process of hand cut incisions and carved patterns. Transforming it from its prosaic ‘natural’ state into a new material that glitters with a play of light and reflection. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Inspired by raw geologic forms, intricate crystalline structures, and the exquisite geometries of nature – Aurelia’s works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. #craftvictoria #craftvic Tourmaline Necklace, Green Tourmaline, Oxidized Sterling Silver, Oxidation
Aurelia Yeomans — GREEN TOURMALINE, GOLD AND OXIDISED STERLING SILVER 'MOLECULAR' NECKLACE
Inspired by raw geologic forms, intricate crystalline structures, and the exquisite geometries of nature – Aurelia’s works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Justine Austen Monster Signet rings balance beautifully between fine art and kitsch, her creations are quirky, playful, absurd and offbeat and can be found hiding out at Craft waiting to be adopted for the festive season. #craftvictoria #craftvic Offbeat, Signet Ring, Kitsch
Justine Austen | MONSTER RING
Justine Austen Monster Signet rings balance beautifully between fine art and kitsch, her creations are quirky, playful, absurd and offbeat and can be found hiding out at Craft waiting to be adopted for the festive season. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Clean lines highlight the natural beauty of silver & pearls. Continuing the story of the 'To Hold' collection by jeweller Victoria Mason, the shape derives from the clear space of the collections necklace and ring, the precious implied half, the invisible self, the dream. The striking solid top will catch the light as the pearls emit a warm glow. As with all Victoria Mason pieces, each part of this design has been carefully structured and meticulously finished. #craftvictoria #craftvic Art Major, Tassel Earrings, Necklace, Seed Pearl, Objects Design, Silver Pearls, Makers Mark
Victoria Mason | TO HOLD MEDIUM TASSEL EARRINGS WITH SEED PEARLS
Clean lines highlight the natural beauty of silver & pearls. Continuing the story of the 'To Hold' collection by jeweller Victoria Mason, the shape derives from the clear space of the collections necklace and ring, the precious implied half, the invisible self, the dream. The striking solid top will catch the light as the pearls emit a warm glow. As with all Victoria Mason pieces, each part of this design has been carefully structured and meticulously finished. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Cashmere Malekitsch is an object oriented art and design studio facilitated by Darius Rust in Narrm (Melbourne). Focusing mainly on gold and silversmithing the studio acts as a platform for varying forms of sculptural research and adornment. #craftvictoria #craftvic M Shop, Purple Sapphire, Jewelry Studio, Art Design, Design Studio, Emerald Ring
Cashmere Malekitsch | Gold and Green Lab Grown Emerald Ring
Cashmere Malekitsch is an object oriented art and design studio facilitated by Darius Rust in Narrm (Melbourne). Focusing mainly on gold and silversmithing the studio acts as a platform for varying forms of sculptural research and adornment. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Abby Seymour's Dune bangle is a bold and contemporary brass bangle displaying a gentle twist with heavily textured elements inspired by details and forms in the landscape. The curve of the metal evokes images of sand dunes that herald private beaches beyond the rise. A combination markings along its surface allows for a sculptural play of light. #craftvictoria #craftvic Sand Dunes, Herald, Heavily, Abby, Beaches
Abby Seymour | Brass Dune bangle
Abby Seymour's Dune bangle is a bold and contemporary brass bangle displaying a gentle twist with heavily textured elements inspired by details and forms in the landscape. The curve of the metal evokes images of sand dunes that herald private beaches beyond the rise. A combination markings along its surface allows for a sculptural play of light. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Inspired by raw geologic forms, intricate crystalline structures, and the exquisite geometries of nature – Aurelia’s works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. #craftvictoria #craftvic Silver Water
Aurelia Yeomans | Water Frequency Necklace
Inspired by raw geologic forms, intricate crystalline structures, and the exquisite geometries of nature – Aurelia’s works elegantly unveil stories of the earth. Through a conceptual and considered design language, her pieces celebrate the unique characteristics of natural material such as coloured and included diamonds and precious gems, together with her unorthodox and distinctive approach to enameling steel that has won her international recognition. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Convolo Design creates unique tactile pieces which explore the complexity of form through 3D printed technology. The intricate and geometric patterns made of lightweight 3D printed nylon, produce bold and dynamic movement when worn. #craftvictoria #craftvic Geometric Patterns, Tactile, Design Working, Pattern Making, Produce
Sarah Ceravolo, CONVOLO DESIGN — DALI BANGLE IN ORANGE
Convolo Design creates unique tactile pieces which explore the complexity of form through 3D printed technology. The intricate and geometric patterns made of lightweight 3D printed nylon, produce bold and dynamic movement when worn. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Inglis’s practice is multi-faceted and includes frequent exhibitions in national and international galleries, large scale collaborative public art projects, lecturing in jewellery at the University of South Australia, a member of the Craftsouth board and the Arts SA peer assessment panel. #craftvictoria #craftvic Exhibitions
Kath Inglis — MULTICOLOURED ROCK CUFF
Inglis’s practice is multi-faceted and includes frequent exhibitions in national and international galleries, large scale collaborative public art projects, lecturing in jewellery at the University of South Australia, a member of the Craftsouth board and the Arts SA peer assessment panel. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Alice Whish is a maker of contemporary jewellery across precious and non-precious materials. Embedded in her works are ideas that interrogate how plants have the capacity to connect us to place to reveal something of the genius loci or the spirit of that place explore her works online at shop.craft.org.au Genius Loci, Connect, Capacity
Alice Whish— 'SWAMP BANKSIA' PORCELAIN AND SILVER RING
Alice Whish is a maker of contemporary jewellery across precious and non-precious materials. Embedded in her works are ideas that interrogate how plants have the capacity to connect us to place to reveal something of the genius loci or the spirit of that place explore her works online at shop.craft.org.au
Inglis’s practice is multi-faceted and includes frequent exhibitions in national and international galleries, large scale collaborative public art projects, lecturing in jewellery at the University of South Australia, a member of the Craftsouth board and the Arts SA peer assessment panel.  These bangles are hand carved using hand dyed flexible PVC and finished with sterling silver stitching. #craftvictoria #craftvic Hand Dyeing, Art Projects
Kath Inglis — BANGLE
Inglis’s practice is multi-faceted and includes frequent exhibitions in national and international galleries, large scale collaborative public art projects, lecturing in jewellery at the University of South Australia, a member of the Craftsouth board and the Arts SA peer assessment panel. These bangles are hand carved using hand dyed flexible PVC and finished with sterling silver stitching. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Graduating from Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT in 2016 and recipient of the 2018 Maggie Fairweather residency at RMIT, Lauralai’s practice is led by considered explorations of material. Working with stone, sand, silicone and silver alongside other adaptations of raw minerals and found objects, Lauralai creates alterations of surface and form through chemical synthesis. #craftvictoria #craftvic Pearl Shop, Raw Minerals, Synthesis, Alongside, Maggie
Lauralai Wilson— 'LUX II' NECKPIECE
Graduating from Gold and Silversmithing at RMIT in 2016 and recipient of the 2018 Maggie Fairweather residency at RMIT, Lauralai’s practice is led by considered explorations of material. Working with stone, sand, silicone and silver alongside other adaptations of raw minerals and found objects, Lauralai creates alterations of surface and form through chemical synthesis. #craftvictoria #craftvic
Michelle Cangiano is inspired by the meanings and power people imbue into jewellery and small-scale objects. The historical and present day ceremonies and rituals tied to these pieces are a constant source of wonder and enquiry.  #craftvictoria #craftvic Pieces Of Eight, Mint Creams, Embossed Paper, Neck Piece, Present Day, Rituals
MICHELLE CANGIANO — BLUE, MINT & CREAM KNOTTED NECK-PIECE
Michelle Cangiano is inspired by the meanings and power people imbue into jewellery and small-scale objects. The historical and present day ceremonies and rituals tied to these pieces are a constant source of wonder and enquiry. #craftvictoria #craftvic