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Ray of Light

Exhibition 14th - 31st October 2022

A sunbeam streaming in through your window never fails to bring a little joy, even on the darkest of days.


This exhibition encompasses dozens of Rays of Light, on a mission to brighten your day. Realised in a variety of colours and textures, each piece incorporates a radiating motif. Brightly-coloured niobium is the primary material, sharing the spotlight with other metallic guest stars. Anodising, engraving and gem setting combine to create many weird and wonderful permutations of the one angular form.


They all seek to express boundless positive energy- that force whereby each ray of sunlight reaches out across space and time to bring us to life.


Accompanying the exhibition will be artist talks, anodising demonstrations, and a host of content delivered via the website and social media channels. Enlightening!

All pieces available for purchase

Virtual Tour!

Check out my Artist Talk, where I take you through the exhibition, talk a bit about the inspiration, and even give a live anodising demo!

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All events and talks have now finished. Big thanks to those who came along!  :)


Opening event


Join me to celebrate the opening of this luminous exhibition!

Thursday 13th October, 6pm

Presented LIVE on Instagram Stories!

Head to my Instagram, and click on the circular profile picture on or after 6pm


Presented by:

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Virtual open studio-
live demo!

Grab your lab coats and safety glasses, because I will be introducing you to the colourful world of anodising jewellery!

Join me, along with three other fabulous artists, talking about our processes, and giving live demonstrations of how the magic happens.


Saturday 8th October, 11am-1pm.

Zoom presentation.

Free to attend, just book in to get the

Zoom link.


artist talk

Come and hear about the 'why' behind the 'what'! A light-hearted chat about the inspiration behind the exhibition, as well as the making techniques which went into catching a ray of sunshine.

 Sunday 16th October, 12:30pm

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