Rebecca de Quin RCA is a silversmith who has successfully combined studio practice with a parallel career in teaching for twenty five years.
Date: 28 November 2014
Rebecca de Quin RCA is a silversmith who has successfully combined studio practice with a parallel career in teaching for twenty five years. Her work has been shown extensively in the UK and Europe as well as in the US, Japan and Hong Kong and she is a Goldsmiths' fair exhibitor. Rebecca has pieces in a number of British collections including, The Crafts Council, The Goldsmith's Company, Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery and Liverpool Museum. Her current work combines silver and non-precious metal in distinct assemblages, which seek to induce a multi-viewpoint experience of changing compositions. Rebecca lives and works in London.
- Location: CR514, 41 Commercial Road London E1 1LA
- Date: 28th November 2014
- Time: 1:00 - 2:00pm
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