I am creating a story for my ceramic pieces, giving them a new home and a new world.
The larger piece depict some of the china being dug up from the ground and presented as a gift.
The smaller one shows the piece being carried along by a bird in flight.
The three smaller pieces all combine the china with my patterns, the found objects become part of a larger story - combining materials, colors and textures.
Anna Talbot, jewelry artist, born in Born in Leeds, UK in 1978, she now lives and works in Oslo, Norway. From 2001-2004 she completed a BA (hons) degree in Silversmithing, Jewellery and Allied Crafts at London Metropolitan University. From 2007 – 2009 she did a MA degree at Oslo National Academy of the Arts in the metal and jewellery department. Anna Talbot has extensively attended exhibitions in Norway and other countries around the world, including Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, the United States, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. Her work has been collected by art institutions around the world, including the Norwegian Museum of Southern Norway, the Röhsska Museum in Switzerland, the Pahlman Collection in Finland, and the National Museum in Oslo, Norway.