Embedded in the works are ideas that interrogate how plants have the capacity to connect us to place to reveal something of the genius loci or the spirit of that place.
1 -23rd October 2020
OPENING October 8 - 6-68pm
1/52-54 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst, Wednesday - Saturday 11 to 5 pm
Alice Whish: Necklace
Title: Wiry Panic
Material: Powder coated brass and silk
Size: 550mm long
Photographer: Greg Piper
STURT WORKSHOP MITTAGONG 2 DAYS $330
Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 October 2020
Join Alice Whish for a jewellery studio workshop focused on your existing jewellery collection. Explore and rejuvenate your jewellery, discovering what you love to wear, what you can repair, treasure, gift and discard. Use old pieces to inspire a new jewellery design or sustainably remake and restore an existing heirloom!
During this 2 day workshop you will clean, repackage your treasures and repair earrings, brooches and necklaces. You will also redesign an old piece reusing fragments you’ve brought to the class.
Level: All | Cost: $330 + $20 materials
I am pleased that this small group of works "Banksia Understory" has been selected for Jmga-NSW PROFILE'19 Award Exhibition
Australian Design Centre ADC
101 -115 William Street Darlinghurst Sydney.
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LACE STAR This brooch can be found in the collection of the Powerhouse Museum Sydney. Enamel on laser cut steel. It is from a series of works developed for the Exhibition Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor: 100 Women 100 Brooches 100 Stories. Toured by Artisan QLD
Alice Whish: Brooch
Title: Lace Star
Materials: Enamel on Steel
Size: 68mm across
A maker of contemporary jewellery across precious and non-precious materials.
Alice Whish is one of a distinctive group of Australian jewellers who have come from a rural background in New South Wales. Her work continues to have a strong connection not only to the wide brown land, but also to the sky above. Over 10 years she has worked with women in north-east Arnhem Land on collaborative jewellery projects. She holds a Bachelor of Visual Art from Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney University, a Master of Art, Fine Art in Gold and Silversmithing from RMIT and a Master of Higher Education from the University of New South Wales.