Ruthin Craft Centre
The Centre for the Applied Arts


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Julie Blyfield

26 September – 22 November 2015

Panorama – jewellery and vessels

Julie Blyfield’s work is inspired by the botanical landscape in Australia. She interprets this in metal using the techniques of ‘metal raising’ and ‘chasing’. Julie enjoys exploring and collecting plant specimens from the rich and diverse environment her homeland offers, from places such as the Simpson Desert in the north of South Australia and further south around the coast of Kangaroo Island. She works with both pure silver and sterling silver her “preferred choice of material” and textures the surface to create individual pieces of jewellery, vessels and also more sculptural pieces. “During the making process, I enjoy the way the metal ‘moves and shifts’ in almost unpredictable ways to create the organic forms which shimmer with the silver textures or colours derived from nature.”

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This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Publications Julie Blyfield

This stunning publication showcases Julie Blyfield’s new collection of work, Panorama. Inspired by the botanical landscape in Australia, this book illustrates Blyfield’s exquisite jewellery, vessels and sculptural pieces.

44 pages, Softback
Full colour, 220x210mm
ISBN: 978-1-905865-14-7
Language: English
To order call: 01824 704774 or email: