Inspired by nature's inconsistencies and imperfections, organic lines and forms. The use of movement, colour and texture are an important factor to this work.
Elements is going digital for 2020.
Join us as we launch our new digital platform elementsfestival.co.uk to celebrate and share the work of the UK’s finest Jewellers and Silversmiths.
From now until our festival date of November, @The Incorporation of Goldsmiths and @Lyon & Turnbull welcome the opportunity to use this digital space to share the Elements makers’ work with you from a new perspective. We endeavour to develop digital content that emphasises a personal connection with the maker, and tells the story of the collections, pieces, inspiration and craftsmanship that are such a vital part of the experience of attending Elements. Stay tuned here as we share the work of our incredible Elements Makers and announce an exciting series of online events from the 6th to 8th of November 2020.
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.