Rings and things

At the moment i'm making some copper shanks for a couple of wedding rings. Cut the copper, treated the surface, hammered and folded the sleeves for the enamel channel. Now I have to form the sizes, drill some holes, make a brass rivet... rivet them, apply enamel and fire it. Then it's the hours and hours of cleaning and finishing. I'll post a 'work in progress' image when they are a bit further along. In the meantime here is another image of some of the brilliant abstracts we have in the 'Back Room Gallery' at the moment.

October Colour

We have lashings of colour in the gallery, mostly in the form of abstracts from Tracey Kirby, Rosemary Ensor and Rachael Bennett. In their own abstract interpretation the three artists deal with landscape. The interesting differences are in the scale of those interpretations. Bennett s landscapes are a broad panorama with vast tracts of land, sea and sky, Kirby deals with a tighter view with meandering paths and streams and Ensor could be interpreted as tiny details within the landscape or land-mass views from space. You'll have to make your own minds up, but you will have to see them in-the-flesh to fully appreciate how good they are. Here is just a little teaser.... Tracey Kirby Rosemary E

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