Kirsten Wilson

Painting, printmaking, set design, & jewellery

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Kirsten Wilson jewellery purple gemstone ring Kirsten Wilson black dog illustrationKirsten Wilson prints Kirsten Wilson illustrated and printed cards
Kirsten Wilson artist portrait

 

A graduate in Fine Jewellery Design and Manufacture from Central St Martins College of Art.

Kirsten welcomes commissions that utilise old Sentimental Jewellery, recycling and transforming unwearable, impractical jewellery that may sit unused in a box into a personal piece which still holds the sentiment of its previous owner, but can be coveted by its new wearer everyday. Relative's wedding rings made into one ring with a new stone turns some old items into a new treasure.

For several years Kirsten made three dimensional pictures, cards and clocks for retail outlets throughout the world, including John Lewis and the Pier. She has also designed and painted back drops for Local Fund raising Events for the Isobel Hospice and Much Hadham Ball.

With several published children’s books and private commissions for paintings Kirsten now designs greetings cards and book illustrations. Working mainly in watercolor and ink (with a touch of computer aided design for the clever bits!), her drawings and paintings are humorous and individual. Commissions are very welcome.

A more recently discovered love for Printmaking, especially Linocut and dry point etching, has encouraged a cross over into print based illustration which Kirsten is exploring here at Parndon Mill.


Kirsten will be exhibiting as part of the Parndon Mill Printmakers at the Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale 2018. The event, with free entry, takes place at the historic Pitt Building. The exhibition showcases a huge selection of prints and also offers free talks given by renowned printmakers, and demonstrations of various printmaking processes. For more information, click here.

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More information - www.kirstenw.co.uk