Connecting through texture
I love texture because it connects me to those beautiful ancient art forms that tell stories even through their brokenness.
I have always had the temptation to touch artifacts as a way to connect with that history.
Through my handmade jewellery, I combine ancient and modern techniques to create rustic textures that offer wearers a tangible link to the past, evoking a feeling of grounding, calm, and strength.
Image Taken at: Chau Chak Wing Museum Sydney University
The Chau Chak Wing Museum is a new museum of art, science, history and ancient cultures at the University of Sydney.
From ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt to the art of First Nations people, and the works of leading contemporary artists.
The collections began with the Nicholson Collection of antiquities in 1860 and continued to grow to include the Macleay Collections of natural history, ethnography, science and historic photography, and the University Art Collection.
The Chau Chak Wing Museum was designed by Johnson Pilton Walker to unite these diverse collections in one multidisciplinary institution.
It is truly a beautiful space to visit and be inspired.
Free entry, open 7 days.