Helen Britton | Interstices

Helen Britton | Interstices

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A 25 year survey of the work of renowned jeweller Helen Britton, including new works that draw inspiration from Western Australia's coastline.

This publication accompanies the PIAF exhibition of the same title at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery 11 February - 15 April 2017.

Helen Britton | Interstices  
Soft cover. 18 x 18 cm. 132 pages. Color photographs.
Text in  English

ISBN/ISSN: 978-0-646-96495-9

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Meet the Artist
Edgar Mosa

Moving from Lisbon to Amsterdam to Detroit to New York City opened Edgar to a world of diversity. The instant infusion of newer culture into his Portuguese sensibilities created a pluralistic point of view from which he draws much of his artistic expression. 

After graduating with an MFA, he began to create jewelry collections with strong ideas about fashion and art that embody distinct personalities, while developing sculptural works and campaigns that cement his fine and witty aesthetic. Each piece is a balance of culture, art, fashion and Edgar’s own identity.