Louise Dwyer Jewellery
Artists practice, Making, creativity & relationship with the natural world

Seeding Art Currency.  Nii Owoo live performance curated by Louise Dwyer Seeding - ' The Harvest'  The event in Leeds at the Art House on one of my curation projects, it was an exciting place to find new opportunities and new strands of work. Here are the audience watching a live performance at the Art House.

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Handmade Bespoke Contemporary Jewellery 


Louise's work is based and inspired by the land, nature and my relationship with the natural world.   During her childhood, Louise was an avid collector and maker of many things and loved painting.  She chose a creative route, with a career after finishing a Batchelor of Arts degree in art and design,  working in and running a contemporary craft gallery and recently completed a Masters in Curation Practices.  Louise's work now involves all three strands of experience and skills and she enjoys the collaboration with artists, businesses and the environment where she lives in North Yorkshire.

The making of handmade jewellery by Louise reflects her long interest in craft and design, and working with many different customers and artists over her career it is possible to discuss with her your specific needs. Also described on the gallery website there are possibilities of redetermining old jewellery or designing a new piece to suit your individual wishes.  



 Where you can see Louise's jewellery and artworks by artists collective.

NGalleries, Helmsley,  York

RE - Purposing, Recreating and Refreshing are all part of my design processes



The image above by Patrick Smith and below Lucy Saggars are examples of works shown at exhibitions that are running continuously at the gallery. More information on the N Galleries Website.

 Other venues for workshops and pop-events in the area will be detailed in the near future.

Working with the collective of artists and being part of the team alongside working as a curator, organising events has been a great start to 2020 for Louise.

Currently, six artists are working collectively exhibiting in North Yorkshire and offering workshops and events in 2022. They include Steve Williams, Louise Dwyer, Lucy Saggers, Jonathan Pomroy, Patrick Smith and Justine Warner.  The group of artists are all inspired by the local landscape and the natural phenomena of the countryside and the challenges it brings to rural life, wildlife and the environment.

Please follow the link for more information on the exhibitions and work that we are involved with during the coming months at N Galleries    

Louise Dwyer Handmade gold rings on display at N Galleries, Helmsley

The gallery will be open over the spring and summer. Call if you would like to visit out of office hours.


The artists will have their studios and exhibitions spaces open during June 4th & 5th, 11th and 12th if they are participating.  I will be showing my jewellery at the studio space of fellow artist Patrick Smith.   

North Yorkshire Open Studios: NYOS


Louise Dwyer Jewellery

Re-purpose, design and re-cycle precious metal, stones and create special jewellery.

NGalleries in the heart of the market town,  in a wonderful stable yard development, pause to absorb the view with great surroundings oppposite the castle, old market town roofline and visit  the gallery. Please check for opening hours on the website. 

Louise has been working with artists at Nunnington Galleries on several exhibitions and the other;  artists in the collective; Jonathan Pomroy, Lucy Saggars, Patrick Smith, Justine Warner, Steve Williams.  The website has news events and links.