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From 2013

Warwick Freeman

Sinker Pendant  $6,600
Various stones, jasper, petrified wood, greenstone

Warwick Freeman, lapis lazuli ball ring

Ball Ring   $1,800
Lapis lazuli, oxidized stg silver

From 2011

Warwick Freeman

Black and Blue Cuff
lapis, lignum vitae, silver

Warwick Freeman

Black Rod and Blue Tube
lapis, argillite

Warwick Freeman

Blue Face
lapis

From 2010

Warwick Freeman

'North Cape to Bluff'   16 Ball Rings

Warwick Freeman

5 Colour Slides
cubic zirconia

From 2009

Warwick Freeman
Handles

11 pendants, various stones

Warwick Freeman
Alphabet Rings

26 rings, oxidised silver

Warwick Freeman
Face Aches

3 brooches, horse tooth, silver

From 2007

Brooch
fine gold, silver, paint

More early Warwick Freeman


Shell carving


Leaf face, tortoise shell, stg


Mirrors


Lava Brooch


Maori Ring


Black leaf, burnt wood


White Butterfly

Warwick Freeman brooch # 46

Orange Ghost, corian

Warwick Freeman ring # 30

Jasper and silver ring

Warwick Freeman pendant # 42

corian pendant

Warwick Freeman brooch # 32

paua, resin and silver brooch

Warwick Freeman brooch # 34

paua and silver brooch

Warwick Freeman was born in Nelson 1953. Largely self-taught, he took up jewellery-making in Perth, Australia, in 1972, following two years of travel. Returning to New Zealand in 1973, Warwick initially established a workshop in Nelson before moving to Auckland in 1975. He joined Lapis Lazuli, a co-operative jewellery workshop, in 1977, and a year later became a partner in Fingers. Warwick regularly exhibits in New Zealand and Australia, as well as in Europe and the USA. His works are held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney; Auckland Museum; the Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt; the Danner Stiftung, Munich; the Helen Drutt Collection, Philadelphia; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and Te Papa, Museum of New Zealand, Wellington. In 2002 he was recognised by the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation, based at the Stedelijk Museum, who named him their 2002 Laureate.


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