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Inspired by nature's inconsistencies and imperfections, organic lines and forms. The use of movement, lines and texture are an important factor to this work. 

An insight into Iona's design process, studies of markings and objects from the beach.

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Seven Strand Machair Earrings £120

Flat Notches with Pearl Earrings £85

Sand Trails Earrings Long £150

The seaweed attaches to the rock, swaying from side to side in the water and as the sea retreats, is left as clusters clinging to the rocks, limp and motionless, an imperfection. In the sea seaweed is constantly in motion, splayed across the surface. 

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Heritage Crafts Bursary funded by The Royal Mint

Iona is delighted to announce she is one of 5 makers who have won funding for the Heritage Crafts Bursary Award. Iona will be using the money to do a silversmithing mentorship with Ray Walton, focusing on my box making skills.

Press Release: https://heritagecrafts.org.uk/bursaries-for-precious-metal-crafts/

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Flux, Bristol

A new stockist! The Ripple and Notches range will be for sale in their artisan shop on 42 Cotham Road.

 

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Glasgow Gallery, Glasgow

Iona's jewellery is now stocked in the Glasgow Gallery, a section of the 'Machair', 'Ripples' and 'Notches collection are on display and available for purchase.

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Moray Artists, Logie Steading, Scotland

29th June - 14th July Free Entry

This exciting collaborative exhibition showcases the work of a group of established Moray artists and makers through various art forms including paintings, ceramics, wood sculptures and carvings, basket weaving, silversmithing and jewellery. The variety of disciplines and well-honed artistry will appeal to a wide audience.

North East Open Studios, Moray 

7th–15th September Free Entry

Join us at the end of summer for our open studios across the north east coast of Scotland! 

Doing this event with my mum Alison Johnston (painter) at home in Duffus, Moray.

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