Inspired by the ocean, Kate’s fascinating NEW wirework reaches a depth of its own with semi-precious stones and pearls intricately weaved into the wire. The new distinctive rings and eye catching Jellyfish brooches will act as accent piece or complement any number of Kate’s earrings or necklaces. Jewellery with a stunning difference, a perfect gift for any sea lover!
Title: Handmade, Wirework Rings & Brooches (more works are available)
Artist: Kate Packer
Material: Coated metal or copper wire
Gemstones as shown: Freshwater Pearls, chrome diopside and a porcalin skull .
Measurements: Brooch L 7cm, W 3.4cm. Ring Size: N, L1/2 and more.
Broches £49 each and Rings £20.
The splash is back, each one is uniquely made and a beautifully sculptured representation of water, with blue and white frosted glass spanning out and upward. Pop in to the gallery to view the splash first hand or contact us for commissions. They can also be made with a clear, blue or green finish. So why not splash out!
Artist: Richard Glass
Approx. Measurements: H 47cm, W 59cm, D 24.5, Base 9cm.
Industrially designed iron lamps with a rust finish. These heavy duty iron tube lamps with original reclaimed enamel transformer danger signs for added impact will sit well in any modern or eclectic home. There are a range of 3 sizes that can be viewed working in the gallery. The edison light bulb is included and the lamp can be fitted with a standard lamp shade.
Height 64 to 90 cm, Width 14 to 20 cm. Priced from £ 340 to £ 440
Artist: Janie Ramsay
Title: Small Jug £ 49 Height: 17 cm, Base: 3 cm.
Stoneware jug decorated with coloured slips, fired several times to achieve the desired surface texture.
The pieces are then polished with bees wax to give them a velvet texture.
45 Southside welcomes a new artist to the gallery, we are delighted to exhibit Claire’s sculptured textile works.
Claire has named her work ‘Textile Flora’ to reflect the materials and the sculptural forms. She re-uses waste threads and fabrics, often dyeing them black to merge the source materials into one coherent graphic form. The pieces start with a wire skeleton, wrapped with thread to create the flora shapes. Each piece is coated with a protective hardener.