Eleanor Bolton’s cotton rope accessories

Eleanor Bolton’s cotton rope accessories received a flurry of press attention and have been showcased in exhibitions at major galleries including the Saatchi Gallery and the V&A in London, the Museum of Arts & Design in New York and Galerie Marzee in the Netherlands. She graduated the Royal College of Art in 2010, and since then she is experimenting with tactile materials to create original jewelry.Large scale jewelry pieces that combine refined colors like black and different beige colors. The artist is interested in textile manipulation and she is focused on

 


 

the innovative side of the materials she use. Inspired by nautical and marine, yachts and rowing boats, Eleanor Bolton combines elements to create both soft and tactile pieces of contemporary jewelry. Her approach gives us a fresh point of view regarding the limits of jewelry, art and design. Via Eternal-Optimist. photos on gray background by © Antonis Kozakidis for eternal-optimist.com

 


Comments
  1. Posted on September 14, 2012 by Lilia Rhodes

    Awesome creations! I so love them especially the black ones because they are elegant to look at. Your creations are indeed unique and classy! :)

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