Exhibitions

Implements

Artist(s): Farah Qureshi
Running Time: 15 November to 31 December 2021
Price: FREE

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

About this event

Implements - Conceptual Cutlery Exhibition by Farah Qureshi

Farah Qureshi is a jewellery designer and maker who specialises in creating jewellery in ethical and sustainable materials in house in her studio/showroom in London. 

Farah has been experimenting this year with cutlery as a temporary departure from jewellery and has produced a range of pieces inspired by the five senses: the sense of touch, taste, smell, sight and hearing. On show are knives masquerading as bangles, wearable forks and scent pins to enhance the experience of eating; as well as other pieces. The pieces will be shown at Farah’s first solo cutlery exhibition in November from 15th November until the 31st December 2021 in the Riverside Gallery at Watermans. 

More information

Farah Qureshi is an ethical jewellery designer and maker working from a studio/showroom in London and she has a Fairtrade gold licence. Farah has been making jewellery for many years. After working as a jewellery and art teacher for several years: Farah has been focusing on building her business. Over the last two years this has been on a full time basis. Farah has always had an interest in art since she was a child and focused on jewellery design after completing a degree in three dimensional design and metalwork at art school.

In recent years the jewellery created has been sold both nationally and internationally and Farah has won many awards. Currently during the pandemic Farah has been selling her designs locally in London and makes jewellery to commission. She also works on collaborative projects as well.

“Ethics and sustainability are at the heart of my business.”

Product information

Jewellery collections are created in silver and gold. Recycled materials are used along with Fairtrade gold. During the pandemic Farah Qureshi has been branching out and has been making conceptual cutlery. The pieces are made in silver. There are pieces such as spoons, forks and knives, which are being showcased at an exhibition called Implements.

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

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