Here in a series of posts we celebrate Anarkik Creators and their jewellery. We are proud to support them and to give you some more information about each of them. Birgit Laken: her work Birgit trained at Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 1976 and her work is now in the collections of 18 International Museum as well as many private collections. She has an amazingly long and illustrious resume, is internationally very active, giving workshops, lectures and exhibitions. During National Zilverdag in 2018 she showed her 3D printed rings and pendants, in addition to a small selection of jewellery from various stages in her amazing career.
Here in a series of posts we celebrate Anarkik Creators and their jewellery. We are proud to support them and to give you some more information about each of them. Anne Boylan: her work Anne is an established contemporary jeweller and lecturer at Belfast School of Art. She labelled herself a technological illiterate who has bought into our Anarkik3DDesign 3D modelling programme and generously shares her progress and work with us. She purchased her kit in January 2018, having participated in the Craft Council UK’s national Make:Shift:Do event we held in Edinburgh. Image: dark + light neckpiece, disrupt series 2018, 3D printed polyamide, pigmented polyurethane, ebony moonstone, silk