Arts University Plymouth alumna Corrinne Eira Evans was selected by British Vogue as one of the best new jewellers to see at this year’s Goldsmiths’ Fair in London, a prestigious event in the UK for silversmiths and goldsmiths.
Arts University Plymouth alumna Corrinne Eira Evans is one of 136 independent jewellers who were selected from across the UK by a panel of experts to appear at Goldsmiths’ Fair 2022, the destination for contemporary silver and fine jewellery, which celebrated its 40th anniversary this year.
Corrinne Eira Evans
Corrinne, the resident jeweller and co-founder of Okehampton’s Moor & Moor Gallery, showcased her work during the second week of the fair. Shortly after Goldsmiths’ Fair she exhibited again at the yearly Elements Festival, Scotland’s only selling fair of contemporary jewellery and silver, held in the historic Lyon & Turnbull auction rooms in the heart of Edinburgh.
Corrinne said: “Thank you so much to Arts University Plymouth and my tutors when I studied there, Tweeny van Mierlo and Victoria Sewart, for setting me on a path I truly love. I am now a fully self-employed jeweller, with my own gallery Moon & Moor, and reached my ultimate lifetime goal of exhibiting at Goldsmiths’ Fair this year. I hope this inspires others to go for it and reach their goals too.”