Sarah Bourke

Mixed Media
Associate Member

Sarah Bourke specialises in making unique jewellery combining sterling silver with Australian and exotic hardwoods. Created with the influences of the environment, inspiration comes from the bush and the beach in her local area. Each design blossoms new curves and shapes similar to the evolving forms in nature. Form dominates in the jewellery combining planishing of silver and hand-sanding of wood with the use of resin and rivets. Sarah Bourke’s jewellery combines both the elegance of a flower with the curves of pebbles, natures wearable art.

You can purchase Sarah Bourke's work in the Craft ACT shop.

image credits: (top) Sarah Bourke, Mollusc Earrings, 2018, Macassar Ebony and sterling
silver 65 x 10 x 8mm
(bottom) Sarah Bourke, Large flat pebble neckpiece, 2017, Wenge and sterling silver, 150 x 45 x 8mm on chain
(featured) Sarah Bourke, Blossom earrings, 2018, Brown mallee burl and sterling silver, 50 x 14 x 8mm.