Inspired by patterns, structures and textures found both in nature and the urban environment. Gwyneth loves to make very textural silver pieces either by hammering, stamping or imprinting using my rolling mill, each will very slightly due to the techniques used. Her silver jewellery is made up of simple shapes, pattern and textures.
Many of her wooden pieces are unique due to the mono-print technique used. She cuts patterns from lino and prints from these. Gwyneth also rolls ink onto the ‘waste’ plywood after the shapes have been cut out, which makes for some interesting patterns. She overlays patterns and colours until she’s happy with the result. All the wooden pieces are sealed with Renaissance wax to protect them.