Theresia is a jewellery designer, maker and art projects organiser. She studied Jewellery Design at Wirral Metropolitan College and gained BTec with Distinction in 2009.
Theresia’s hand made jewellery pieces are made from various materials, new, recycled and found objects. She uses metals including gold, silver, titanium, copper, aluminium, precious and semi precious stones, fabric, paper, wood, found objects and recycled materials. Most of her copper pieces are made from recycled water tanks, wires stripped from cables, aluminium from drink cans or obtained from scrap yards, paper from magazines, tetra pack, milk bottles, metal tubes, plastic tubes, leather from off cuts, food packaging, and other materials found in most households.
This is the second year Theresia has taken part in ‘de-junk re-junk’ exhibition.
Theresia has been showing and selling her work at various exhibitions including Oxton art Fair, The Six Rooms Gallery for Independents Liverpool Biennial, Williamson Art Gallery, Oakmere Studio Cheshire, Liverpool, Cambridge, London and around the country.
Her future exhibitions include “Canvas for Youth “ a charity event at Mid Cheshire College, Hartford from 18 - 21 July 2012 and Oxton Art Fair at Williamson Art Gallery, Birkenhead in December 2012.
Theresia accepts commissions.
When I returned home having been away for a while and having been through a very difficult year, I noticed the birds in the garden, the Swifts flying around as if they were greeting me. In the Spring and Summer we see the Swifts returning from far away countries, but how some will never returned....and we say good bye to them....
The Swifts, like my family, scattered in different part of the world, we get together from time to time but this time not all of us are there...