Tina Seviour

Tina Seviour
I live in rural Somerset and my work is available at One Craft Gallery, Shepton Mallet.
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Long love of jewellery and crafts led to studying for an Advanced Diploma in jewellery and design at City of Bath College, culminating in 2012.
My Diploma project, ‘Threads of India’, was a totally inspiring and absorbing theme and incorporated experimentation with textiles and metals and eventually the use of reclaimed vintage Indian sari silks and threads within my work.
Current work is sculptural, textural, tactile and individual. Metals take on the qualities of Indian silks, each piece unique and hand-formed. Contemporary jewellery with a strong link to the traditional handicrafts, textiles and clothing of India. In addition, re-claimed saris are transformed into bold neckwear, all hand-stitched and hand-formed.
Following an incredible visit to Jaipur in 2015, new work will have reference to this exciting and colourful corner of India.
'Constructed' - City of Bath College 2012
'Bath Pop-up Shop' - 2012
'Juxtaposition' - 2012 - Exhibition at the Royal Crescent Hotel as part of Bath Fashion Week
Frome Festival Open Studios 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015
'Christmas at the Barn' - boutique Christmas event in Mells, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015
'Small' - 2012 Christmas Exhibition, Black Swan Arts, Frome
Desire Kensington 2013 - Selected as one of eight "Ones to Watch" by Craft in Focus to show work at this prestigious selling event at a new venue for them in London W8.
'The Button Project' - Macclesfield, Summer 2013 - Silver button designed and submitted for this centenary exhibition as part of the Barnaby Festival, Macclesfield.
Cloth Road Arts Trail, Wiltshire - Summer 2014
Quartz Festival 2015 - Queen's College, Taunton - 29 September - 16 October. Selected to take part in this annual festival of the arts at this fine college.
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Recycled silver pendant, embossed with vintage sari silk, handformed.
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'It's A Long Sari' - necklace hand fabricated from vinatge sari silk (five and a half yards long), bamboo fibre and thread.
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