Heather makes modern silver jewellery using traditional techniques. She's inspired by natural organic textures, such as tree bark, weathered stone or lava, and uses geometric shapes, asymmetry and textural contrast.
Public Preview Evening 5th April
Exhibiting in 2019
A rural upbringing gave Heather a practical making and mending background: sewing, gardening and finding and renovating old things.
Having completed her degree in History of Design and Architecture, she developed an interest in working with metal, particularly the textures that can be produced. As well as making jewellery she has a love of textiles and has been sewing since the age of two.hjohnsonjewellery.com/
50 Dringthorpe Road,
York, YO24 1LG
Two steps from outside into studio.