Jennifer Wolfe is frequently asked how she came to become a goldsmith & jewellery designer. This is her 3rd career and it definitely wasn’t achieved in a direct path.
Jennifer Wolfe is inspired by the jewellery and artifacts of ancient cultures, her passion has translated this inspiration into wearable, sophisticated works of art .
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I love to incorporate pattern and texture into each of my pieces whether it comes from the stone, pattern in the metal or granules that I add to each piece.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
From an early age Jennifer Wolfe has been fascinated by ancient cultures and their artefacts. "I've always had an interest in ancient jewellery especially that from the Byzantine era".
Jennifer has translated this inspiration into wearable, sophisticated works of jewellery. My work uses a combination of ancient techniques such as Granulation, Lapidary and Mokume Gane.
She loves to incorporate pattern and texture into each of her pieces whether it comes from the stone, pattern in the metal or granules that she adds to each piece. "I love the idea of layering several patterns and textures together to see the harmony they create".
This sense of design combines contemporary with the best of ancient techniques delivering pieces that are commanding when viewed, dramatic when worn.