I create hand-crafted, small batch jewellery inspired by archeological treasures, folk traditions, and the slow changing of the seasons. My studio is a celebration of traditional craftsmanship, creative integrity, and the immersive ritual of making. By honouring nature's organic forms and textures, and retaining the impressions left by my hands – each piece is truly unique.
|My creative roots stem from the garden of my childhood. A makeshift workshop behind the conifers is where I’d spend the day digging, collecting, making and surrounding her self with an exhibit of my own creations and found treasures. The core of my inspiration resides in the textures, tastes, and smells of the natural world. The remnants of a campfire, dew droplets in a meadow, the dawn chorus. Visceral sensations that stop us in our tracks and remind us of our origins. These are the paths that my hands follow, keeping me in touch with those primordial senses, and slowly pathing my journey back to the garden.
Other Craft Practitioners
Lost on a planet ready to change the world.
Wool felting addicted
I have been dealing with chairs and shoes. All started from whether one ascends to an office to see the world or to be seen by the world, this was what occupied me all this time and I continue to have this path. Crafting unlocks your mind, the way of thinking and seeing things.
First year student at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, Product Design Bachelor.
I am a textile artist; my work tool is the vertical loom, all my work is done completely by hand; I create decorative carpets and tapestries with the Ghiordes or Turkish knot technique
Explorater in materials and techniques.
Anna developed an intricate interest in the way fashion design and crafts meet psychology and anatomy
Driven, researcher, explorer