SARAH DREW

For details of available works and how to buy, please contact Evie at the gallery.

Sarah Drew makes contemporary, eclectic jewellery from found objects (driftwood, sea plastic, sea glass and slate pebbles) combined with semi-precious stones and pearls, linked together with chunky, hammered eco-silver chains, delicate crocheted fine silver and fused silver focal pieces.

Living in Cornwall, Sarah loves spending time outdoors in the fresh air on local beaches and in the woods, collecting curious things…

I am and always have been a bit of a collector: not of high value, status-ridden things that you have to be careful with. Just little, curious, quirky things that are everywhere in everybody’s everyday life. I just like to pick them up, look at them and put them in my pocket. Then I like to make them into jewellery later…

By utilising recycled materials, reimagining and remaking old broken jewellery and repurposing otherwise discarded elements, Sarah has a wholly sustainable way of creating unique pieces that aren’t a strain on new resources and whose material components are traceable.