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Rosie Wesley

Metalwork Designer & Maker

‘Leach Pottery: The Sound Of It’

This weekend, I took some time to visit the Crafts Study Centre, and look at my friend's exhibition 'Leach Pottery: The Sound Of It'. Loucia Manopoulou is a current MRes student of the university and I have worked with her... Continue Reading →

A Big Thankyou

I just wanted to write a quick blog post to say a big thank-you to everyone who came along to my graduation show Private View, and also to all those who have supported me through-out this degree. It has been... Continue Reading →

Graduation Show Prep

This week, we've been busy getting things ready for the graduation show. As a class, we have to come together to curate our exhibition space as a team, to create the best looking show we can. The tutors have been... Continue Reading →

Hand-in Complete!

Wow. I can't believe we've reached the end! All of my work is now finished and I have displayed it all in the University studios for grading. I feel I was surprisingly prepared for this deadline... when I had anticipated... Continue Reading →

Constructing The Big Sculpture!

This week has been super hectic! And very stressful! It may seem from reading my blogs, that I am quite a laid back maker or that I do not get stressed out about deadlines, but trust me, I really do.... Continue Reading →

Ashurst In Silver – Rosie Wesley

I just wanted to share with you some images of the finished silver works that I have made for my final degree collection. I have titled these pieces 'Ashurst In Silver I' and 'Ashurst in Silver II'. The silver for... Continue Reading →

Instax Polaroid Photographs

As part of documenting the environment that I am working with, I have been taking Polaroid photographs on my Fujifilm Instax camera. I love working with photography, because it allows me to capture something so fleeting; freezing a moment in... Continue Reading →

The Final Foundry Casting

This month was the University's final organised bronze foundry pour until the end of term - which meant I had to get all my final pieces of bark sprued up and prepped for the pour if I wanted them to... Continue Reading →

Goldsmith’s Silver Bullion Grant

I received some fantastic news recently... I have been selected as a winner of the Goldsmith's Silver Bullion Grant! This is an award which presents the selected silversmithing BA student with £400 of silver bullion to create a piece of... Continue Reading →

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