My jewellery is inspired by fairy tales, nursery rhymes, songs and stories. Wolves, deer, trees, forests and Little Red Riding Hood are all central elements in my universe, and they don’t necessarily stick to their traditional places. I want to tell a story through characters, colours and materials, and I want people to keep inventing new tales inspired by my jewellery. I make big, three dimensional jewellery in anodised aluminium, wood veneer, brass, gilding metal and silver. I use strong colours and different surfaces to illustrate and create atmospheres. I work in layers to build up a three dimensional piece Some of my pieces are quite large, but the materials I use still mean that they are light enough to be worn. The size makes you aware of wearing the pieces at all times, they demand both space and attention. My jewellery can be hung on a wall or worn on a body. The piece becomes a picture you can carry with you.
Jeweler Anna Talbot currently displays two pieces in the exhibition “Magnificent Views? Landscape in Jewellery” at Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim (Germany) that runs until October 10th. In September, she will participate in “Revelations” at the Grand Palais in Paris. She is a member of the Klink group and you can find more information about her on their website as well as on her personal website.
La joiera Anna Talbot participa actualment amb dues peces a l’exposició ”Magnificent Views? Landscape in Jewellery” al Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim (Alemanya) que es pot visitar fins el 10 d’octubre. Al septembre participarà a ”Revelations” al Grand Palais de Paris. És membre del grup Klink i podreu trobar més informació d’ella en el web del grup així com en el seu web personal.