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The Jerwood Applied Arts Prize: Jewellery

Exhibition  /  06 Jun 2007  -  22 Jul 2007
Published: 05.04.2007
Jerwood Space
Grainne Morton. Brooch: Flower Corsage, 2002. 135x62mm. Photographer credit: John K. McGregor. Grainne Morton
Brooch: Flower Corsage, 2002
135x62mm
Photographer credit: John K. McGregor

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Intro
Exhibition of the shortlisted artists of the Jerwood Prize, which will be announced on the 25th of June.

The Jerwood Applied Arts Prize is a celebration of commitment and excellence within the Applied Arts.
The £30,000 prize is the most prolific and prestigious of its kind in the UK and rotates medium every six years.  The prize is accompanied by an exhibition of work by each of the makers – including new work especially created for the exhibition.

The shortlisted artists are: Sue Cross, Nora Fok, Yoko Izawa, Grainne Morton, Adam Paxon and Mah Rana. The exhibition will then tour to museums and galleries throughout the UK:

•11 August - 30 September 2007
The Collection, Danes Terrace, Lincoln, LN2 1LP

•12 October 2007 - 2 March 2008
National Museums Scotland, Chambers St, Edinburgh, EH1 1JF

•15 March - 25 May 2008
Bradford One Gallery, Centenary Square, Bradford,
BD1 1HY

Remarks


For any question, contact:

Crafts Council
44a Pentonville Road
N1 9BY - London
United Kingdom
Telephone: 020 7806 2501


The exhibition is free.

Adam Paxon. Brooch: Urchin, 2002. Laminated, thermoformed and carved acrylic, lacquer, epoxy inlay. 105 x 50mm. Photographer credit: Graham Lees. Adam Paxon
Brooch: Urchin, 2002
Laminated, thermoformed and carved acrylic, lacquer, epoxy inlay
105 x 50mm
Photographer credit: Graham Lees
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Adam Paxon. Arm piece: Mirror bangle, 2003. Laminated and carved solid acrylic. 120 mm diameter. Photographer credit: Graham Lees. Adam Paxon
Arm piece: Mirror bangle, 2003
Laminated and carved solid acrylic
120 mm diameter
Photographer credit: Graham Lees
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Grainne Morton. Brooch: Tree, 2006. 60x65mm. Photographer credit: Sussie Ahlburg. Grainne Morton
Brooch: Tree, 2006
60x65mm
Photographer credit: Sussie Ahlburg

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Mah Rana. Brooch: Before the Mirror, 2002. Gold plated silver, mirror, synthetic rubies. 14.7 x 4.2 x 0.7 cm. Photographer credit: Mah Rana. Mah Rana
Brooch: Before the Mirror, 2002
Gold plated silver, mirror, synthetic rubies
14.7 x 4.2 x 0.7 cm
Photographer credit: Mah Rana
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Mah Rana. Brooch: Open Locket, 2005. Gold, laminate. 5.1 x 4.0 cm. Photographer credit: Mah Rana. Mah Rana
Brooch: Open Locket, 2005
Gold, laminate
5.1 x 4.0 cm
Photographer credit: Mah Rana
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Nora Fok. Piece: Prunus Amygdalus, 2006. Woven and knotted dyed nylon. Diameter: 21.5cm/ 8.5 ins. Photographer credit: Frank Hills. Nora Fok
Piece: Prunus Amygdalus, 2006
Woven and knotted dyed nylon
Diameter: 21.5cm/ 8.5 ins
Photographer credit: Frank Hills
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Nora Fok. Object: Walking Onion, 2006. Knitted, knotted clear nylon. Diameter: 66cm/26 ins. Photographer credit: Frank Hills. Nora Fok
Object: Walking Onion, 2006
Knitted, knotted clear nylon
Diameter: 66cm/26 ins
Photographer credit: Frank Hills
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Susan Cross. Necklace: Moving from the Centre, 2001. 550 x 80mm. Susan Cross
Necklace: Moving from the Centre, 2001
550 x 80mm
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Susan Cross. Brooch: Tangle, 2004. 65 mm. Photographer credit: Joël Degèn. Susan Cross
Brooch: Tangle, 2004
65 mm
Photographer credit: Joël Degèn
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Yoko Izawa. Necklace: Flow, 2006. 15x 0.3 x 60cm. Photographer credit: Yoko Izawa. Yoko Izawa
Necklace: Flow, 2006
15x 0.3 x 60cm
Photographer credit: Yoko Izawa
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Yoko Izawa. Ring: Veiled, 2005. 8 x 8 x 4cm. Photographer credit: Yoko Izawa. Yoko Izawa
Ring: Veiled, 2005
8 x 8 x 4cm
Photographer credit: Yoko Izawa
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