Finding Inspiration: Out on the motorbike a thrilling day out

Finding inspiration out on the motorbike is a thrilling day out and exciting as to what I may find to create my jewellery designs. Where I live there is an abundance of beaches and countryside to find inspiration to create my contemporary jewellery to incorporate a precious connection of some kind, be it a special find from a favourite place visited such as the seaside and beachcombing, a piece of sea glass, a beach pebble, a favourite flower, colour, texture or pattern, which fills me with excitement and a head full of ideas I have to draw and jot down before I forget. 

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About Crystal Clarke Jewellery: Moodboard Inspiration

I’m Crystal, a textile jewellery artist working from my Crystal Clarke Jewellery studio in rural Hartland close to the coast in North Devon.

My jewellery designs are hallmarked by the Birmingham Assay Office.

I have always been unconventional. I create free-form contemporary art jewellery designs showcasing an unconventional use of materials.

I believe a piece of jewellery should be unique and have a connection, whether a keepsake of your favourite pet hair, a favourite colour, a favourite shape, a reminder of a wonderful place visited, a birthstone and no matter where you are, you can wear and embrace the connection of the beautiful jewellery piece.

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Wool Jewellery

British sheep and alpaca wools are felted using various methods and using my mixed media process to create original, unique jewellery designs in a lovely combination of colours.

I’m passionate about designing and making jewellery from raw materials. I love colour, texture, patterns and shapes to create unique pieces of jewellery.

My mixed media process involves using an eco resin with varied and recycled materials to create a base sheet. I pierce saw cut my designs and further enhance them by hand texturing, hand painting, felting wool, fibres, yarns to create original, unique pieces of jewellery.

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