About Sarah Kerr, designer & maker Eskay jewellery -:
My creative instincts lead me from a background in Graphic Design to the intricate world of jewellery making. I had always been an artist, filling my spare time doodling with anything that would mark the paper. Having a part-time job in the jewellery industry lead to a full-time passion and career choice when I learnt I could make tangible, wearable objects solely using my hands. I am a lover of all things old, and certainly respect the traditional side of jewellery making that hasn’t been changed with technology. My work is an expression of interpreted detail that produces an elaborate permutation of a time past.
Stemming from notions explored in the Baroque and Victorian Eras, my jewellery often boasts excessive ornamentation and complexity of line, taking metal to a place normally occupied by supple fabrics. I draw inspiration particularly from pattern and form, using shape and repetition to create unique designs. Nature and all of its intricacies form an enormous part of my sub-conscious imagery bank, constantly drawing on the beauty in everyday life. Mandalas provide a constantly evolving geometric inspiration and are undoubtedly linked to my love of symmetrical, elaborate designs.
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