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Jewellery studio news

New Studio Open (31/05/2014)

The new Fremantle studio is a place to reflect, select and enjoy creative practice. Be our guest, solo or in company of friends, and let us take you on a creative journey. Use the contact form on this site to get in touch. We'll be delighted to meet you.

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Jewellery studio events

Re-Imagined (15/10/2018)

Tineke will be presenting her re-imagined jewellery along with other artwork at a group exhibition in Fremantle, Australia.

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What reviewers have said

Review of 'Rock Pool Rhythms' by Jan Altman (01/09/2011)

There was a time when it was thought that objects made from materials such as fabrics, clay, metal, wood or stone were to be described as craft and that objects made with paint and canvas were entitled to be described as art. There was also an attitude that objects from the former category must comply with particular rules and traditions or they would be seen as not maintaining faith with their own kind. These attitudes were based on a general assumption that craft production followed formulae and directions in order to achieve predictable outcomes. There was creativity, but little room for innovation or variation. Works of art, on the other hand, transcended their materials and techniques to create original expressions in meaningful and enduring ways. Of course crafts could transcend their humble materials and established techniques to become art but it took an experienced and determined effort to bring this about. When this did happen the results were, and still are, inspiring, even magical. It created the type of magic that happens when a humble lamp-maker becomes Louis Comfort Tiffany or a simple jeweler turns into Rene Lalique or Carl Fabergé.

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Design award

Memento Awards (01/12/2005)

Tineke's necklace 'Gum Nut Duo' was runner-up in the 2004 Australian Memento Awards.

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I collect Tineke's pieces. Each piece is elegant and visually beautiful. Tineke draws her inspiration from place or social motif so her work frequently has a strong storyline (useful to share when compliments are paid). The pieces are ageless and finished in a contemporary classic style. And most importantly...I feel fabulous when I wear them!