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amazing necklace by Anna Talbot

amazing necklace by Anna Talbot

Anna Talbot: Jewelry

Anna Talbot: Jewelry

Anna Talbot's Jewelry

Anna Talbot's Jewelry

Anna Talbot is inspired by wolves, deer, forests and fairytale creatures. She creates big, three dimensional jewellery built layer by layer in adonised aluminium, wood veneer, brass, gilding metal and silver.

Anna Talbot is inspired by wolves, deer, forests and fairytale creatures. She creates big, three dimensional jewellery built layer by layer in adonised aluminium, wood veneer, brass, gilding metal and silver.

Anna Talbot

Anna Talbot

Anna Talbots Jewellery

Anna Talbots Jewellery

Oh My Deer ~Anna Talbot  Materials: Cookie box, anodized aluminium, wood, lacquer, silver and silk ribbon  Dimensions: 15cm x 11cm x 7cm  Necklace made from ready made cookie box with children and reindeer in a multicolored forest

Oh My Deer ~Anna Talbot Materials: Cookie box, anodized aluminium, wood, lacquer, silver and silk ribbon Dimensions: 15cm x 11cm x 7cm Necklace made from ready made cookie box with children and reindeer in a multicolored forest

#9 Trophies // In the Reign of Coyote - Anna Talbot - Talbot’s 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 her universe, and they don’t necessarily stick to their traditional roles.

#9 Trophies // In the Reign of Coyote - Anna Talbot - Talbot’s 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 her universe, and they don’t necessarily stick to their traditional roles.

Anna Talbot Jewellery

Anna Talbot Jewellery

This week's #ArtQuote is by Emily Cobb, an adjunct instructor in the Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM and Visual Studies area at Tyler School of Art.  She draws inspiration for her illustrative jewelry from "The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, a 1984 picture book by Chris Van Allsburg, full of images accompanied by single lines of text.  View more of Cobb's work on her Artist Portfolio.

This week's #ArtQuote is by Emily Cobb, an adjunct instructor in the Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM and Visual Studies area at Tyler School of Art. She draws inspiration for her illustrative jewelry from "The Mysteries of Harris Burdick, a 1984 picture book by Chris Van Allsburg, full of images accompanied by single lines of text. View more of Cobb's work on her Artist Portfolio.

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