Dorothy de Lautour
Dorothy de Lautour endeavours to find a shared narrative or personal connection within the work she is making. Dot works predominantly with metal techniques such as etching and fold forming and has most recently been working with titanium and niobium
Ilse-Marie Erl enjoys exploring the tactile qualities of pure silver and playing with rhythm and texture.
Laura Jer's practice is largely driven by metal manipulation. She uses an intuitive experimental process to create volume and depth from thin silver sheet.
Ingrid van Heusden
Ingrid van Heusden draws on the idea of adornment as empowerment. She designs and creates jewellery that is reflective of the beauty within the natural world and the aesthetic of nature. Each piece is lovingly handcrafted.
Tracy draws her inspiration from her local natural surroundings.
Her practice reflecting an awareness of her environment, often inspired by the wonderful Waitakere Ranges and surrounding West Coast beaches.
Katelyn Nelson makes process-driven pieces that are explorations of material, texture and form. By juxtaposing different elements, she seeks to find excitement and balance in each creation.