Sterling silver sculptural piece, 3 x 1.5 cm $280; available in pendants, rings, earrings,
3.5 x 1.5 cm from $180 – $280
Jennifer Woodhouse is a multiple award winner at the Kangaroo Island Easter Art exhibition. She has been commended by Art Gallery of SA Curator, Lisa Slade as an artist of note whose works are magical, miracles of observation.
Jennifer was born in Africa grew up in England and migrated to Australia living in Darwin for 30 years. In 2011 she established her home with partner sculptor Dean Fox on Kangaroo Island. Formerly a window dresser she now focuses her creative energies on a lifelong interest in art. Largely self-directed, and inspired by the natural beauty of KI, she works mainly in pastel or pencil.
Much-travelled wilderness writer and photographer, Quentin Chester’s biggest inspiration is his home amid the natural setting of Antechamber Bay, eastern Kangaroo Island.
One of the Island’s most awarded photographers, Quentin has been a regular contributor to Australian Geographic and Wild for more than 25 years.
For more information about Quentin Chester and his work, or to purchase The Whelming, contact gallery curator, Fleur Peters here.
Pierced sterling silver 3.5 x 2.1 cm earrings.
You will find other leafy seadragon jewellery from Kangaroo Island silversmith Fred Peters available for purchase in our online store.
For those in search of the perfect sterling silver jewellery gift for a favourite diver, beachcomber or seadragon and seahorse lover of any kind, you will also find Fred’s Weedy Seadragon pendant, and the iconic Big-Belly Sea Horse necklace.
All items in the online store are available for immediate purchase.