Aillie Anderson

About Aillie Anderson

Aillie Anderson creates dynamic, minimal jewellery and small scale silversmithing using a unique combination of distinctively textured, scored sterling silver and hand cast jesmonite. Graduating from The Glasgow School of Art in 2017, Aillie’s work draws inspiration from the built environment, particularly the architecture and industrial structures and explores the divergence of scale, weight, surface and material quality. Through her work she aims to highlight her appreciation of these overlooked details found within the city by reinterpreting them into treasured pieces of adornment.

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