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Clare de la Torre

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Artwork for Clare de la Torre

Monolith Embossed Silver Pendant

Dumorterite and red aventurine Necklace

Puzzle Pendants

Acorn Necklace

Quatrefoil Necklace

Triple Ring Set

Prehnite Lock and Key Necklace, oxidised silver

Oxidised Silver Pod Necklace with Jasper


How would you describe the work you do and why?: 

It's a game. The best days are when I empty my mind and look at things afresh - turn my workings upside down and look at them from a new perspective. That's when I move ahead and make something new. I enjoy applying surface textures – which liberate me from the “tyranny” of highly polished precious metals. My overall aim is to make work that is easy to wear – undemanding and long-lasting both in strength and style.

For you what does being an artist mean?: 

I'm a maker - I like the process and I like discovering were the process leads me. I react to "unintention" and see if there's something in it that I can use.

Describe what you call yourself/your practice?: 

The work I produce in the jewellery workshop divides into two groups: commissioned work and collections. Collections are groups of pieces with a common thread – a texture, a technique or form – and usually include earrings, rings, necklaces and brooches. Commissions or one-offs come about from conversations with the client and reviewing past work.

Your gallery outlets/stockists: 

Tinsmiths, Ledbury; Teme Valley Market (monthly): Knightwick

Venues Confirmed: 
Venues Description: 
with Annabelle Oppenheimer, Mulberry Dock, Pencombe

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