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Emma Garland

Jewellery, Various

I make geometric wooden jewellery, using sustainably sourced walnut wood. My work is influenced by my love of clean, crisp design and simple shapes. I enjoy using pops of cheerful colour to contrast with the wood. The wooden pieces I use to make my jewellery are laser cut by a Bristol company who translate my hand drawn sketches into real life wooden shapes. I then sand, paint, varnish and assemble my jewellery by hand in my garden studio in Portishead. I also design greetings cards for all occasions. I make the original art work as cut paper collages, incorporating my own pattern designs, which are then digitally printed on to eco-friendly card.
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