Jewellery and Metal Design

Iona Anderson

My work this year has aimed to symbolise personal growth and development, by combining narrative works with wearable jewellery pieces. To encompass the theme of a ‘journey’, inspiration has been drawn from ring roads and overpasses as their imposing and intrusive structures are juxtaposed by the swooping fluidity of intertwining pathways. Whereas, the narrative work has been developed through a series of figures in varies poses. The confident stances comment on personal and self-exploration, with the intention of showing self-acceptance and personal growth.

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Jewellery and Metal Design

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