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Archive

2015
o sea shells
o silver lining
o weaves
o crocheted

2014
o lines

2013
o glasperlenspiel
o sense of place
o windmill

2012
o enamels

2010
o cherrystone
o gemfields

2009
o plant materials 
o recycled materials








Since 2011 we have been working on a cattle station in the NT. In October/November 2012 we replaced the beautiful old windmills with solar pumps.The endless supply of the galvanised steel from the old blades became an inspiration for me. I'm still exploring the material, the thin skin of zinc crystallites. The history and connection to this place.

Although buffel grass is predominant - there is a range of native grasses and forbs around. Some can be used as bush food or medicine. On walks I always have an eye out for these little treasures and even the weeds.

Windmill blade, 4.2cm diameter, paint
camel weed
Camel Weed
Small Windmill GrassSmall Windmill Grass
3 D shaped flower Gidgee
3D shaped flower Gidgee seed pod cut out
windmill earrings
Windmill Earrings, various colours
All necklaces are made with kangaroo leather lace.
anja jagsch 2017