Windows to the past
This is a sneak preview of my new jewellery range:’Windows to the past’. The range is inspired by Skipwith Common Nature reserve adjacent to my studio. When I walk through the common, I feel very calm and at peace, whiclst the area has seen lots of different activity over the centuries, from Bronze age settlement, to WW2 Pilot Training, nature always seems to reclaim the land. I like to create pieces that tempt us to take a look through the tree’s into the past. The moon and the birds are symbolic to me and so are included as part of my pictures. I’m a cancerian ‘moon child’ and my moods are most definitely affected by the moon and I love the light that it shines through the woodland. I also find that I am particularly sensitive to bird song, as if they are trying to communicate with me. Together with my beautiful Skipwith Common, this is a range that I feel particularly connected to. I hope you all like it too. These will be going on sale through my website at the end of August – watch out for the launch!