I create jewellery & objects that allow great freedom, versitility & playfulness encorperating magnets & other alternative materials not commonly associated with traditional Jewellery design. My style is inspired by mechanical contraptions, nature & repetitive pattern. My ultimate aim is to create bold & theatrical objects that can be played with & enjoyed rather than remain purely aesthetic
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Kit and caboodle is an ideal place to put up posts about exhibitions or any current news that you have. There is a lot of interest in the network. It would be great if you posted regularly in the blog, you can choose to have blog posts on your page and/or on the front page. Add some images and links too.
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