The Poetry of Landscape - Volume II -

The British landscape never ceases to inspire us. The change of the seasons, the curve of the land; these are timeless and yet seem to hold time.
A walk on the hillside. The sway of corn, the sand shifting. The feel of wood worn smooth underhand at at stile. But most of all looking, and really stopping to see. That's how the countryside talks to us, revealing its story.
Poetry of Landscape
In 2017 we began gathering these tales under the title 'The Poetry of Landscape'. It's a theme we're committed to extending, drawing on the nature firsthand and from artists who loved the
landscape too - such as William Blake, Joseph Turner and Paul Nash.
Poetry of Landscape
It's our pleasure to introduce these new suites to the collection. We hope you enjoy exploring each creation.
'The Tide'

 

The rhythmic diamond patterns echo the impression left on the sand as the waves roll
onto the shore.
The Tide
The Tide
The Tide
Chalk Stream
Chalk Stream
Chalk Stream
'Chalk Stream'
'Chalk Stream' consists of a series of three suites, all of which are inspired by the clear waters and plant life of this fragile, rare and peculiarly British habitat.
'Chalk Stream'
'Chalk Stream' consists of a series of three suites, all of which are inspired by the clear waters and plant life of this fragile, rare and peculiarly British habitat.
Chalk Stream
Chalk Stream
Chalk Stream
'Rievaulx'
The 'Rievaulx' suite is inspired by Rievaulx Abbey in North Yorkshire, specifically how the
landscape appears when viewed through the spectacular ruins.
Rievaulx
Snowdonia
Snowdonia

 

The motifs within this jewellery suite have an evergreen plant-like structure, which flourishes throughout the Snowdonia national park in Wales.
Snowdonia

 

The motifs within this jewellery suite have an evergreen plant-like structure, which flourishes throughout the Snowdonia national park in Wales.
Snowdonia