Craft Australia Interviews Dorothy Erickson

Craft Australia interviews Erickson about her influences, styles and techniques as well as the challenges in sustaining a contemporary independent jewellery practice in 2011.
Craft Australia interviews Erickson about her influences, styles and techniques as well as the challenges in sustaining a contemporary independent jewellery practice in 2011.
Craft Australia interviews Erickson about her influences, styles and techniques as well as the challenges in sustaining a contemporary independent jewellery practice in 2011.
Dorothy Erickson, Kinetic jewellery – interacting with light and land, interview by Kathryn Wells, Communications Manager, Craft Australia, 19 April 2011.

Abstract: Innovative multi-use or multi-placement jewellery that reacts to body movement is the hallmark of Dorothy Erickson, the first Western Australian (WA) born and trained craft jeweller to make it onto the international stage.

From 1977-87, Erickson had thirteen solo exhibitions in Australia and Europe. As part of promoting the WA school of jewellery, Erickson formed the WA Jewellers Group and curated a series of national exhibitions.

Craft Australia interviews Erickson about her influences, styles and techniques as well as the challenges in sustaining a contemporary independent jewellery practice in 2011.

Read full interview Here

Craft Australia Library series: Interviews: Accessed: 21 September 2011.
www.craftaustralia.org.au/library/interview.php?id=dorothy_erickson_kinetic_jewellery9/

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