My involvement with antiquities of the Greek classic period led to my interest in jewelry. I first experimented with bolder designs in German-silver, copper, brass, gilding metal and leather. For my current work I am using sterling silver and gold – more malleable metals which lend themselves naturally to the flowing designs I currently employ. I like my jewelry to be wearable and comfortable – not necessarily a challenge to the concept of jewelry, but in harmony with the wearer. My environment is reflected to a certain extent in my designs and provides me with constant stimulation. My task is to translate everyday patterns and forms into non-representative semi-abstract configurations.
The primeval shape of the scroll can be experimented with and developed into ever new exciting variations – a constant search for a new perspective on ancient concepts.
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This website was constructed to serve as a showcase of the gallery's current art glass stock, hand made jewellery and forthcoming exhibitions. The gallery was opened in September 2001, and is located in the heart of Melbourne's arts and antiques precinct, at 1082 High Street Armadale.
The Veronica George Gallery has a wonderful collection of art glass and jewellery by well known Australian Artists. There is a range of one-of-a-kind Art Glass to Studio Glass and Collectable's. The city of Melbourne, with its cultural and artistic reputation, provides a wonderful home for the Veronica George Gallery. Prestigious retailers and galleries, antique shops, cafes and restaurants surround the Armadale gallery.
We are open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5:30pm. We send worldwide, tax free and insured.
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