Sue Gregor

We are delighted to be showcasing Sue’s work in the gallery this summer for the very first time. 
Sustainability lies at the heart of Sue’s practice. The Perspex material she uses is 100% recycled and free from volatile organic compounds and hydrofluorocarbon, making it an environmentally friendly choice. By repurposing plastic waste into ethical and sustainable jewellery, Sue actively contributes to reducing the impact of plastic pollution.

Each of Sue’s cuffs, earrings, and necklaces showcases intricate surface relief, beautifully capturing the delicate details of the plants. With an affinity for rich, flamboyant colours, Sue’s designs reflect her lifelong study of colour theories. She skilfully incorporates her vast knowledge into her creations, drawing inspiration from ancient and contemporary patterns and textile designs. Sue creates evocative and timeless interpretations of classic and stylish designs using foliage. Her jewellery is more than just adornment; it is wearable art that celebrates her deep reverence for nature and passes on this connection to those who wear her contemporary pieces.