Exhibition

Intrinsic. A Touring Exhibition of Textile Jewellery

16 Mar 2016 – 11 May 2016

Aspex

Portsmouth, United Kingdom

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  • The Hard Interchange is is five minutes walk through Gunwharf Quays
  • Portsmouth Harbour Station is five minutes walk through Gunwharf Quays

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ɪnˈtrɪnsɪk/

adjective: intrinsic

• belonging naturally; essential.

"access to the arts is intrinsic to a high quality of life"

synonyms:

inherent, innate, inborn, inbred, congenital, natural, native,constitutional, built-in, ingrained, deep-rooted, inseparable,permanent, indelible, ineradicable, ineffaceable;

integral, basic, fundamental, underlying, constitutive, elemental,essential, vital, necessary;

rareconnate, connatural

antonyms:

extrinsic, acquired

"With hidden depth and meaning found in most work these days, I choose to hide nothing in my jewellery and aim to entertain; by using bright colours, a combination of obvious and abstract forms and a variety of materials I let my sense of humour speak for itself and my jewellery stand out." 

Hannah-May Chapman

Joanne Haywood - Joanne is a leading studio jeweller, writer and educator. She has worked and exhibited in the UK and Internationally. She holds a BA (Hons) in Jewellery Design from Central Saint Martins and is recognised for her individual voice and skill in Mixed Media making.

Joanne’s jewellery utilises both metal and textiles, and the techniques of crochet, stitch, felting and fusing, oxidising and forming. 

"I do not set out to be a fashion or jewellery artist but as my portfolio developed and I became interested in both elements and aesthetics."

Yu-Ping Lin

Kathryn Partington - Kathryn creates beautiful pieces of highly individual and desirable jewellery to adorn, adore and be worn. Pieces are made using a range of diverse techniques born from training within the discipline of surface pattern, printed textiles, ceramic tableware design and jewellery.

Mandy Nash

Kathryn Partington - Kathryn creates beautiful pieces of highly individual and desirable jewellery to adorn, adore and be worn. Pieces are made using a range of diverse techniques born from training within the discipline of surface pattern, printed textiles, ceramic tableware design and jewellery.

I am a materials led practitioner. By working with materials with which there is no prior knowledge established, experimentation and chance are invited into the artistic process.

Liz Willis

"I do not set out to be a fashion or jewellery artist but as my portfolio developed and I became interested in both elements and aesthetics."

Julie Usel

I am a materials led practitioner. By working with materials with which there is no prior knowledge established, experimentation and chance are invited into the artistic process.

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