FAR NORTH STUDIO | Designer/maker Lisa Capon uses traditional jewelry making tools: a jeweler's saw, files, hammers, pliers, vices, blocks of wood and steel, emery paper, and polishing compounds to create these hand made, timeless, and beautifully finished pieces.
Lisa creates her distinctive pieces in two states: at her old bench in the Adelaide Hills, and in her Far North Studio nestled on the dividing line of the Far North tropical rainforest and the dry eucalypt forest. The surrounding natural beauty and wondrous flora and fauna provide a constant source of inspiration and distraction.
Her work reflects an ongoing fascination with: the effects of time, mechanical and chemical processes on the visual character of metal, emotions, love, human relationships and relationship with place and objects as triggers to precious memories..
NorthSite Contemporary Arts acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live, make and trade. We also acknowledge that Indigenous cultural and intellectual property exists within aspects of the gallery’s activities.
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