Thursday, 15 March 2007


Jack's pieces stem from a desire to explore our personal emotional responses to issues such as life, death, family relationships, sense of place, our recollection and our memory. These interests, particularly that of a sense of place, are further influenced by his love of travel, which sees him spending considerable time in both Paris and Japan. More recent work has seen Jack delve deeper into human emotions, exploring our relationship with a piece not merely as the wearer, but looking also at the link that is established therefore with the viewer, and inevitably the maker.
'In the Garden' brooch 2003, silver, wood, paint, coral, moonstone, pearl.

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