Bonnie Powell is a Glasgow based self-taught maker working primarily with found items and precious metals. Her work draws on from a formal education in sculpture and through the use of traditional casting methods and hand forming Powell has developed a collection of wearable objects that reference the body and the space immediately surrounding it. The pieces aim to exemplify the idea of jewellery as a personal symbol of identity.

In retaining the imperfections and irregularities that occur throughout the making process the pieces elevate the physicality of production in their finished aesthetic.

Recycled metal is used where possible. Other materials are either second-hand or ethically sourced. Packaging is 100% recycled.

Please feel free to contact me for commissions, variations and collaborations.