Blue Moon Donut Earringssold:)
Stainless steel, used 4 pack can clip.
5.1 x 1.27 x 3.81cm.
Bridget Catchpole's work is a material exploration of plastic's worth and waste, a reflection of anthropogenic climate change, and a representation of recovery and transformation. Her work implicitly relates personal and cultural biases to a material of no value and the disastrous impacts this neglect has created. Catchpole shows how her hands have shaped a worthless object into a gesture of hope and recovery — an invitation to look at the mundane with new eyes and in an inclusive direction.
Bridget Catchpole is a queer-based artist living on Hornby Island, British Columbia with a practice in contemporary jewellery and sculpture. Her Vancouver studio is located at 1000 Parker Street. She studied Fine Art at Concordia University (1998) in Montreal, QC and Jewellery Art and Design (1993) in Vancouver, BC. She is a recipient of Canada Council for the Arts grants and British Columbia Art Council grants. Her work has
exhibited nationally and internationally, and she is represented by the Craft Council of British Columbia and Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h.