Stages of Healing Necklace (blue)Sold Out
56 cm chain, 5 x 5 & 2.5 x 2.5 cm pendants
sterling silver, steel, Pacific Ocean plastics, eco-resin
This unique necklace engages with the conversation around plastic pollution and is crafted from collected plastic debris. The "Stages of Healing" series is the result of an "Explore and Create" Canada Council for the Arts grant. The work mimics cylindrical core samples of the Anthropocene Epoch and shows how plastics have contributed to anthropogenic climate change.
Bridget Catchpole lives on the unceded territory of the K'ómoks First Nation of Hornby Island, British Columbia. She studied Fine Art at Concordia University (1998) in Montreal, QC and Jewellery Art and Design (1993) at Vancouver Community College in Vancouver, BC. Catchpole acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally, and she is represented by the Craft Council of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC and Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h, Montreal, QC.