If you have any questions about my process or would like to get in touch about a commission or anything else, don't hesitate to send me a letter, drop an email or give me a call.

 

info@rebeccasarahblack.com

+44(0)7454803205

Process Studios, 2 Easter Road

Edinburgh, EH7 5AN

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Edinburgh College of Art, 74 Lauriston Place
Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 9DF
United Kingdom

+447454803205

Rebecca Sarah Black is a contemporary jewellery designer and bone smith who creates statement, sculptural and wearable jewellery. Her work is inspired by our constant struggle with identity, the harsh landscape of the coastline and traditional Scottish folklore. Reacting and responding to this she designs work that evokes a sense of place within the wearer.

Working in a transformative process, she takes material that has no precious quality and builds them up or carves them into something new, complex and emotive, giving her work a new precious quality. Her work mimics the forms of rough natural rocks of the shore line, reflecting the shapes and forms she finds visually inspiring, and evokes a natural feeling of connection to the landscape and sense of place within the wearer.

Currently based in the multi disciplinary studio space of Process Studios in Edinburgh, Rebecca is also available as a tutor in jewellery making.

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Using the highest quality materials and her statement use of hand carved bovine bone, each piece is hand crafted exclusively in Scotland, hallmarked in the UK and hand finished by Rebecca herself. The collection has been carefully considered to create a wearable and statement range, strongly inspired by Rebecca’s fascination with natural, yet geometric forms and her local landscape, pieces can be worn solo for everyday wear and worn in groupings to create a bold look alongside her one-off bone rings.

The majority of this collection is available to buy directly online, please enquire about specific pieces or commissions directly with Rebecca.

Photography Credit Gavin Craigie, Modelled by Rosalind Bryning and Alloysious Massaquoi, MUA Emily Martin - Location, Biscuit Factory Edinburgh