CONTEMPORARY NEW ZEALAND JEWELLERY
Helen Britton completed a Master of Fine Arts by research at Curtin University, Western Australia in 1999, which included guest studies at the Academy of Fine Art in Munich, the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam, and San Diego State University in California. In 1999 she returned to Munich to complete a postgraduate study project at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Otto Künzli. In 2002 she established her workshop in Munich with David Bielander and Yutaca Minegishi. Her work is held in the National gallery of Australia, in the Pinakothek der Modern, Munich, the Schmuck Museum Pforzheim and in the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, among others . In 2005 Helen was awarded the Herbert Hofmann prize for excellence in contemporary jewellery and in 2006 the state prize of Bavaria for craftsmanship. In 2007 Helen Britton was artist in residence in the city of Erfurt, Germany, and in 2008 was invited into Exempla at the International Craft fair in Munich.
Grey Stripe with Friends, 2012, necklace
Coldstar, 2012, necklace
1 Green yellow pink $2,780
2 Coral fortress $2,780
3 Green with branch $2,780
4 Holding necklace 1 $2,780
5 Holding necklace 2 $2,620
'Diamond Pink' Brooch
Previously in Stock
1. Flowers and shells, 2007. Brooch, silver, paint.
2. Orange succulent, 2008. Brooch, silver, paint, glass, plastic.
3. Necklace, 2007. Silver, paint.
4. Green structure, 2006. Brooch, silver, paint, glass.
5. Earrings, 2008. Silver, diamonds.
6. Last bird, 2006. Brooch, silver, paint, onyx, sapphire.
7,8,9. Rings, 2008. Silver, paint, diamonds.
10. Necklace, 2007. Silver, paint, plastic.
11. Dark flower, 2007. Brooch, silver, paint.
12. Necklace, 2008. Silver, plastic, paint.
13. Earrings, 2008. Silver, paint.
14. Brooch, 2005. Silver, paint, synthetic stones.
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