Jewellery @ Crafts Alive
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Patricia McParlin Jewellery
We show a wide selection of gorgeous work by Aled Jenkins. All made from reclaimed Welsh slate – clocks, vases, pendants, all incredibly tactile, all with a wonderful history.
Sally Rowles’ ceramics are made from earthenware clay, hand-thrown or hand built from slabs in her garden studio and painted with slips and underglazes with a clear glaze over. Her jewellery is made from silver with her own handmade clay beads and pendants.
Each handmade piece of glass from Moria Williams is a unique creation – you’ll find pendants and earrings, dishes and bowls, freestanding curved panels, sun-catchers and rainbow makers, birds and stars.
From Amanda Hollinger’s small workshop, on the Pembrokeshire coastline, she aims to create her individual and original style of silver and mixed metal jewellery. Soldering, sawing, rolling, reticulating, piercing, polishing, forging, filing.....the list goes on.....silver, brass, copper, bronze, beads, pearls, gemstones.....the possibilities are endless!
This jewellery is made by the artist Patricia McParlin. She sees these pieces as being part of the same process as painting in the visual selection of colour, form, texture and composition within a given space. Each piece is individually conceived and hand made using copper recycled from discarded water tanks, piping and electrical wiring.