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Joanne Haywood

Jeweller
Published: 02.05.2014
Place
TN18 4PE -  Kent
UNITED KINGDOM
Mail:
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Auricula, 2013. Hand felted surface, silver, brass, silk yarns. 7.5 x 7 x 3 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Auricula, 2013
Hand felted surface, silver, brass, silk yarns
7.5 x 7 x 3 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Seed head, 2013. Hand felted surface, silver, brass, silk yarns, steel. 7.3 x 6.7 x 1.8 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Seed head, 2013
Hand felted surface, silver, brass, silk yarns, steel
7.3 x 6.7 x 1.8 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Heirloom Verona. 70 days, 2013. Silver, felt, silks. 11 x 5.5 x 2 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Heirloom Verona. 70 days, 2013
Silver, felt, silks
11 x 5.5 x 2 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Silvia’s, 2013. Copper, silver, felt, silks, paint, shell. 7.5 x 3 x 2 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Silvia’s, 2013
Copper, silver, felt, silks, paint, shell
7.5 x 3 x 2 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Plant Hunter But, 2013. Silver, silk yarns, Merino felt. 8 x 1 x 1 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Plant Hunter But, 2013
Silver, silk yarns, Merino felt
8 x 1 x 1 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Plant Hunter, 2013. Silver, silk yarns, Merino felt. 11 x 2 x 2 cm. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Plant Hunter, 2013
Silver, silk yarns, Merino felt
11 x 2 x 2 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Monty, 2013. Steel, silk yarns, Merino felt. 5 x 2 x 2 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Monty, 2013
Steel, silk yarns, Merino felt
5 x 2 x 2 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Subterranean Garden Neckpiece, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver. 80 x 80 x 5 cm approx. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Subterranean Garden Neckpiece, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver
80 x 80 x 5 cm approx
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Strange Garden, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver. 3.5 x 3 cm (widest parts), Chain length 86 cm. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Strange Garden, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver
3.5 x 3 cm (widest parts), Chain length 86 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Roman Brooch, indigo, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver. 6 x 5 x 1 cm approx. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Roman Brooch, indigo, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver
6 x 5 x 1 cm approx
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Roman Brooch, madder, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver. 6 x 5 x 1 cm approx. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Roman Brooch, madder, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver
6 x 5 x 1 cm approx
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Artefact, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver. 9 x 7 x 0.5 cm, chain 58 cm. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Artefact, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver
9 x 7 x 0.5 cm, chain 58 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Black Sun, 2009. Merino felt, Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes, alpaca yarn. Pendant 8.5 x 7 x 2, chain: 72 cm length. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Black Sun, 2009
Merino felt, Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes, alpaca yarn
Pendant 8.5 x 7 x 2, chain: 72 cm length
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Joanne Haywood. Bangle: Trader Bangles, 2009. Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes. 9 x 8 cm, round 8 x 8 cm. Joanne Haywood
Bangle: Trader Bangles, 2009
Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes
9 x 8 cm, round 8 x 8 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Blue death, 2010. Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes, hand formed felt. 80 x 8 x 8 cm approx. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Blue death, 2010
Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes, hand formed felt
80 x 8 x 8 cm approx
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Pipe Flower, madder, 2009. Found object, cotton, natural dyes. Flower 6 x 3 cm, Chain 92 cm. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Pipe Flower, madder, 2009
Found object, cotton, natural dyes
Flower 6 x 3 cm, Chain 92 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Pipe Flower, indigo, 2009. Found object, cotton, natural dyes. Flower 9 x 7 cm, Chain 76 cm. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Pipe Flower, indigo, 2009
Found object, cotton, natural dyes
Flower 9 x 7 cm, Chain 76 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Subterranean Garden, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver. 9 x 6 x 4 cm – 6 x 2 x 2 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Subterranean Garden, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver
9 x 6 x 4 cm – 6 x 2 x 2 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Brooch: Subterranean Garden, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver. 9 x 6 x 4 cm – 6 x 2 x 2 cm. Joanne Haywood
Brooch: Subterranean Garden, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and oxidised silver
9 x 6 x 4 cm – 6 x 2 x 2 cm
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Joanne Haywood. Bangle: Strange Garden, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and silver. 7 x 7 x 0.1 cm approx. Joanne Haywood
Bangle: Strange Garden, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and silver
7 x 7 x 0.1 cm approx
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Joanne Haywood. Chain: Roman Chain, 2009. Hand dyed crocheted cotton and silver. 50 x 50 x 3 cm approx. Joanne Haywood
Chain: Roman Chain, 2009
Hand dyed crocheted cotton and silver
50 x 50 x 3 cm approx
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Joanne Haywood. Ring: Tree, 2008. Crocheted cotton, silver. 9 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm approx. Joanne Haywood
Ring: Tree, 2008
Crocheted cotton, silver
9 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm approx
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Talisman pectoral, 2009. Merino felt, Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes. Pectoral: 12.5 x 12 x 1.5 cm, chain: 73 cm length. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Talisman pectoral, 2009
Merino felt, Oxidised silver, cotton, natural dyes
Pectoral: 12.5 x 12 x 1.5 cm, chain: 73 cm length
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Joanne Haywood. Neckpiece: Miniature Garden, 2010. Hand dyed cotton yarns: (indigo, tansy, madder, alkanet, elderberries, annetto, marigold and tumeric), aquamarine stones, hand made felt. 10 x 8 x 2 cm. Joanne Haywood
Neckpiece: Miniature Garden, 2010
Hand dyed cotton yarns: (indigo, tansy, madder, alkanet, elderberries, annetto, marigold and tumeric), aquamarine stones, hand made felt
10 x 8 x 2 cm
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Statement

A piece of writing I often think about, most recently when the Anglo-Saxon hoard was found in Staffordshire, is Virginia Woolf’s descriptions and feeling of Minta’s Missing Brooch in "To The Lighthouse". The Brooch is lost somewhere out there. The identity of the object is lost. Does it exist because we cannot see it or does it exist in a stronger altered state almost stronger as a memory. In the same way that we might think of a garment or pair of shoes we had as a child. We cannot see that object but it does exist in a very real almost hyper real way as a colour, pattern, smell or occasion connected to it. This feeling is what I am trying to capture in my jewellery objects.

When I enter a museum and look at objects I immediately think who has made it, who used it. A ceramic pot made thousands of years ago may hold the finger push mark of the person that fashioned it. Often a museum object seems to breathe, it seems to hold a story of its own. You do not have access to it, we can never really know what it was in its previous life. Often I try and imagine the people owning the objects and the whole environment that might have surrounded it. These artefacts we see in museums are always imbued with an energy and it is odd to see them behind glass with a printed description. This is so far removed from their previous use as a worn object or domestic tool. I think it is the human interaction with the objects that I find interesting and the opposite ways they have lived, first in a home and then museum. I imagine the object knows and has memory of everything that has happened to it, words that were spoken next to it, or the smell of the cooking near by. I am obsessed with objects. For me an object especially an old one with a function or the suggestion of ritual, myth, tradition or magic, that is what makes my mind buzz.

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