Monday, March 2, 2015

'My Assemblages'


I took this image on my phone of a pipe cleaner work that I made a couple of years ago.
I have been drawing these pieces, which is quite a challenge I must say.
I am working towards a body of work that I will exhibit at Milly Sleeping in Carlton in April. 
This body of work is called, My Assemblages, and will comprise of 4 new pipe cleaner pieces, a series of drawings/watercolours, a small range of pendants and rings.
I want to thank Leah for asking me to make this body of work for her. It was so great to be asked to make something new and unrelated to what I usually do, something exploring my own creativity. 



Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Today


Today this happened in the laundry.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Wonkier Wonky wedder in 18ct white gold


18ct white gold Wonkier Wonky wedder.

This ring is roughly 4 - 6mm wide with varying wall thickness. It is a wonky, organic ring, that changes as you move around the ring. Fingers are not perfectly round, and neither is this ring!
This ring can be made to order in different metals as well as widths.



Thursday, February 12, 2015

Hand made wedding rings



A selection of 18ct gold hand made wedding rings, designed and made by Katherine Bowman (me).
All are made to order, in the size and metal of your choice.


Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Wedding rings


This image was sent to me by a very lovely client who asked me to make her wedding ring. It was taken by their wedding photographer.
It is 18ct white gold with hand engraving. The ring is slightly shaped to sit with her engagement ring which I also made.
The ring underneath is her husband's, made by Phoebe Porter.
It is always such an honour to be asked to make wedding rings. I think that they are my favourite jewellery piece to make.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Monday


Image from here

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Objects and Things





 Kayl Parker


Luigi Ghirri

All images from Apiece Apart

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Kiki


Kiki Bowman, my new dog.
Well, I have actually had her with me for 7 months, so she is not so new, she is 9 months old.
She is a crazy happy dog.
When I first got her she would bark when ever I hammered, which made working difficult, or noisy.
Now I can drill and hammer and she doesn't seem to notice.


Kiki at 2 months old.


Saturday, January 24, 2015

At the kitchen table


What I looked at this morning eating breakfast.

Friday, January 23, 2015

In a world of diminishing mystery

'In a world of diminishing mystery, the unknown persists'Jhumpa Lahiri, The lowland 



Both from A Piece Apart