Pamela Wilson

Australian jewellery artist Pamela Wilson rhythmically composes jewellery and wall-mounted works with an intuitive sense of colour and shape. Her strong background in textile art is apparent in her pieces, which often include woven elements with colored metal thread. Together with stones in different shades, this results in beautiful everyday jewellery but also in more unconventional crown jewels for special occasions.

Pamela Wilson (b. 1954) resides and works in Stockholm. She studied textile, silversmithing and goldsmithery at Canberra School of Art and The Australian National University in Canberra. Wilson is represented at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and The Public Art Agency.

Earrings, a pair.

Woven and coloured copper wire, citrine.

Necklace, “Up Over & Down Under”.

Copper, enamel, ceramics, stone. Exhibited in "Identity Transfer" (March 11 - April 2, 2016).

Weave, ”The Spring of 2020”.

Silk, linen, paper. Exhibited in “Quarantena” (May 7 – June 15, 2020).




March 7 – 28, 2020