Laura Eyles presents her first solo exhibition, featuring spectacular South Sea Pearls, the most sought-after pearls in the world. 18 Sep – 7 Oct, 2017.
Jane Frances Reilly and Prue Venables present collaborative works across the fields of metal and ceramics.
Two Melbourne laneway institutions combine to present a contemporary jewellery installation in Adelphi Hotel’s foyer (August 21 – September 2).
Exhibition 24 July to 12 August, 2017.
Limited edition rings that celebrate magical connections, chance meetings, and moments of synchronicity.
20 Feb – 4 Mar, 2017. A succulent exhibition from contemporary jeweller Vicki Mason, exploring the resilience of plants under extreme climate conditions.
For this exhibition, each artist has created something of uncommon beauty: a piece that gives a sense of rarity to the most ubiquitous of stones.
For this exhibition, we celebrate the incredible natural formation that is a diamond, in all its forms: from traditional brilliant white to black, brown, uncut, reclaimed, icy, and other unusual variations.
In this exhibition, Sean O’Connell presents a range of works paired with an exploration of the energetic potential of jewellery, through several spark discharge images of rings and chains he has made.
Ten e.g.etal artists have each designed rings that allow the wearer pay closer attention to the world and engage with the moment.
Welfe presents a series of experiments that explore the interaction of process and material. Wearable sculptures and tiny monuments that stand as testament to the expansive reach of endless time.
Korean-born jewellery artist Jin Ah Jo examines her personal story in Melbourne solo exhibition, (Ohmae Bulmang) : Unforgettableness. 27 Jun – 9 July, 2016.