“My design and style has been born out of my love for the rhythm of nature and the beauty and fragility I see.”
Lucy’s work manifests her sympathy with nature and her understanding of its fragility. She makes each piece to be worn close to the body reducing the distance between our society and the natural world.
Using her Granddad’s old workshop tools, each piece she makes shows the marks of process and the beauty of form, reflecting the patterns of nature – the outline shapes of rocky outcrops, the surface patterns made by hammers like the texture of stone, small spurs of silver and gold to replicate the growth patterns of lichens.
Lucy has worked as a jeweller for 8 years and has a BA Hons from Glasgow Art School as well as 2 years of practical experience working in a jewellery studio in Trinidad. In 2017 she was awarded a place on the Kickstart stand at International Jewellery London and was shortlisted by the National Association of Jewellers for Kickstarter of the year 2017. In 2018 at the Contemporary Crafts Festival, Bovey Tracey, Lucy was awarded Best in Show for new businesses.
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