Handmade enamel jewellery and artwork by Tilly Wilkinson.
Enamels often react with the metal they are fired onto, producing unexpected colours and effects. Whilst this is a stumbling block for the beginner it is one of the characteristics that Tilly loves about enamel. To use enamel well requires experience and knowledge of the likely effects that can be achieved if the enamel is fired for different times and at different temperatures. Tilly has spent the last twenty years experimenting with different enamelling techniques and produces a range of items from wall pieces to 3 dimensional work, jewellery and bowls. Her current work has a narrative element to it and is illustrative of the comings and goings of the wildlife in her own garden and in the wider landscape around her.
She is a past Chair of the Guild, holds CGE and is currently the regional representative for the North West of England and North Wales.
To buy a piece of her work or to take a lesson please email firstname.lastname@example.org