The curved shapes and forms used in my jewellery designs are chosen to compliment the natural contours of the face.
Many of the etched patterns are inspired by those found in the early decorative arts from all around the world. They are timeless and universal, appearing in textiles, ceramics and indigenous totemic objects. These etched patterns are both enduring and contemporary, and each piece, being hand crafted, is unique and original.
Also at this studio:
The studio is on the ground floor.
The studio is at 37 Dorville Crescent, W6 0HH. Nearest tube stations are Ravenscourt Park on the District Line, Shepherds Bush on Central Line, Goldhawk Road on the Circle and Hammersmith and City Lines. The 94 bus stops a short walk away. The studio is diagonally opposite the Angelsea Arms Pub.
The main studio is found on the ground floor although there will be additional work on the first floor. In addition to Hiawyn Oram's paintings, Roisin Nield will be showing her range of unique, handmade sterling silver jewellery on the ground floor.