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Roseanne Bartley

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"My jewellery is produced from materials left behind, discarded and dismantled."

Roseanne's method of collecting is a process called surface archaeology, a method that enables her to observe, survey and gather material from sites in her neighbourhood. The materials Roseanne collects reveal aspects that are unique about a place or a person.

Born in Auckland and now living in Melbourne, Roseanne Bartley graduated in Fine Arts (Gold and Silversmithing) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1991.

From 2011

MINE 3058 Series   2011

Gold quartz formation    $1,000
Plastic, enamel paint, pigment, sterling silver, stainless steel

Gold leaf pendant    $ 850
Plastic, paint, pigment, silk cord

(left and right) Small gold/quartz protrusions    $280
plastic, paint, pigment, stainless steel
(centre) Small milky quartz with gold protrusion    $380
Plastic, enamel paint, pigment, sterling silver, stainless steel

From 2010

Roseanne Bartley

Red Brooch   2008-10   $500
Tin lid, sterling silver, stainless steel, paint  100 x 100 x 8mm



Roseanne Bartley

Bright Red Cluster Brooch   2009   $850
Sterling silver, stainless steel, plastic  80 x 70 x 30mm



Roseanne Bartley

Green Patch Brooch   2008   $500
Steel tin lid, enamel paint, sterling silver, stainless steel  80 x 65 x 10mm



Roseanne Bartley

Blow Flies Lapel Pins   2010   $95 each
Sterling silver, mild steel aluminium, plastic  35 x 30 x 15mm

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