Thea Clark. Thea Clark's "Rampant" collection highlights metal forms, both united and obscured by layers of tinted plastic. Resembling psychedelic tumbleweeds, or rapidly developing crystal structures, these color saturated pieces invite the hand to touch their matte, rubbery surfaces.
DEANNE HOLDEN-UK : Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design : University of Dundee "She is intrigued by the idea of finding beauty in death and discard and also in pieces that invoke memory and reverence, bringing back to life people and objects long forgotten."
POLLY HORWICH-UK "Outline 2010 Using materials from the everyday, this uncommon jewellery celebrates common emotions. Challenging standard expectations of sentimental jewellery, the bold, playful pieces explore the preciousness of memory. "