2011 I London


London I 2011

We return to the National Theatre for our Christmas 2011 exhibition. Opposite is a list of designers exhibiting. We have searched out some amazing new talent from amongst this year's recent graduates. 

The exhibition is now up and running and our two weekend openings were really buzzing and well attended, with plenty of good comments and healthy sales. Our prize draw winners were Liza Burdett and Jim Milne, winning £300 and £200 worth of Dazzle jewellery respectively. Well done to them!

 The exhibition continues until Sunday 8th January 2012. Opening times are 9.30am to 10pm Monday to Saturday. Sundays 12 to 6pm except 13 November,18 & 25 December. For Bank holiday openings and times visit National Theatre website. To speak  to Dazzle direct telephone 02074523003.

New Year opening. New Years Eve 31st December open until 6pm, Sunday 1st January 12 to 5pm, Monday 2nd January 4pm to 10.30pm. Exhibition continues until Sunday 8th January.

Laura Golborne T-pot

New to National Theatre Dazzle

 Dazzle is committed to showing the work of recent graduates and providing them with a wide audience and a chance to sell their work. This year we have a bumper crop of graduates and we hope that you will enjoy seeing what they have to offer.

Hazel Thorn and Malin Winberg are makers of objects,Hazel experimenting with bold patination techniques and Malin using silver in combination with wood. Other makers exhibiting bodywear are, Alice Bo-Wen Chang, Cally Ann Harrison, Linda Johnston, Jenny Laidlaw,Rhona McCallum, Emma McFarline, Morag Sumerling and  one of our most dramatic newcomers Mariko Sumioka.

We are also pleased to be showing , for the first time in Dazzle, Jacqueline Cullen's unique work, using Whitby jet and 18 carat gold, silversmithing by Laura Golborne and Rebecca Hill and jewellery by Nicola Mather and Ros Millar.

Morgan Doyle

Three Printmakers at the National

  This year we will be showing the work of three London based printmakers alongside our jewellery and silversmithing. Emiko Aida, originally from Jindaijii, Tokyo, specialising in aquatint technique. Louise Davies  with landsacape etchings and collographs, using vibrant colours. Morgan Doyle, an Irish printmaker and painter living in London, whose work has been shown extensively here and internationally.



For more than 30 years Jane Adam has built an international reputation as a jewellery designer-maker. She has been exhibiting with Dazzle since graduating from The Royal College of Art in 1985. Her pioneering work in anodised aluminium inspired a new jewellery movement in Britain and abroad. Her work in precious metal and stones builds on this experience to create original and sensuous forms in silver and gold. Her work is in more than 20 public collections including The V&A, Goldsmiths Company and The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh.dia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and USA.



Emiko Aida is a printmaker and painter from Jindaiji, Tokyo. She lives in London and is a member of Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and South Bank Printmakers. Her work is exhibited in galleries throughout the UK, USA and Japan and in many collections including the New York Public Library, USA and the Guangdong Museum of Art, China.



Glasgow. Precious metals including precious and semi-precious stones specialising in rings. Worked with top textile designer Tomoko Hayashi. Outlets include : Aaron Faber, New York; Design Yard, Dublin; Electrum, London; The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh; Flow Gallery, London; Mobilia Gallery, Massachusetts and Orro, Glasgow.


Dublin. Silver and gold. Major international name. Commissions include for "Riverdance"; Eurovision Song Contest & Dublin Regional Authority. In the collection of Billy Connolly, the Danish Embassy & Arthur Anderson. Exhibitions and outlets include Electrum, London and Rubicon Gallery, Dublin. Exhibited in Jewellery Moves, National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh.


My work is really an exploration of decoration using many sources of inspiration, the main ones being the rich symbolism of the Catholic Church, the trappings of royalty, playing cards and chess, calligraphy and the language of symbolism. Food and confectionary are the source for some of my most recent pieces.


Stacey is an Edinburgh based jeweller. Her work experiments with vitreous enamel combined with iron, steel, semi-precious stones and precious metals. She explores new possibilities that enamel can bring to contemporary jewellery challenging its initial preconceptions.


 Alice Bo-Wen Chang is an Edinburgh based, Taiwanese / US jewellery artist, designer and architect. She explores the transformation between two-dimensional surfaces and three-dimensional sculptural objects through creative means of modules and patterns. Her interdisciplinary and multi-cultural experience is what makes her work unique.


Clara Breen works with precious metals and gems, combined with fragments of leaflets, train tickets, maps or colourful paper. Clara's work plays with the notion of a contemporary keepsake. As featured on Radio 4 Woman's Hour.


Sheffield. Silver with 18 and23.5 carat golds. Inthe collection of the Cohn Foundation, USA. Work bought by Will Young, James Nesbitt and Michael Stipe.

Outlets include Kath Libbert - Bradford, @ work and Gill Wing - London,  The Craft Centre and Design Gallery - Leeds, Bluecoat Display Centre - Liverpool, The Biscuit Factory - Newcastle, Ruthin Craft Centre - Wales, Number Five - Cuper.


London based. Works in gold, oxidized silver, rough diamonds, pearls. Outlets include Electrum, CAA - London. Design Yard - Dublin Scottish Gallery - Edinburgh, Alternatives - Rome, Barneys - USA.

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