Artist and Maker of contemporary jewellry and objects, Gillam-Hull is often inspired by small curiosities found in archives and on shorelines. Working within these contexts she creates installations and objects that encourage the viewer to slow down and take a second look, engaging the viewer with a playfully tactile combination of materials like silver, fleece and glass.
Open to collaborations and commissions, please email for more information.
Rescued, Retained, Revered- Veralanium Museum and St Alban’s Clocktower- 2016
Home Utilities – 180 Degrees Gallery, Oslo National Academy- 2014
New Designers- London- 2015
Headlines- University of Hertfordshire- 2015
Eastern Approaches- St Albans Museum, Hertfordshire- 2014
St Albans Museum Trust Award- December 2014
Contemporary Applied Arts BA, University of Hertfordshire-2012/2015
Art and Handwork BA term, Oslo Academy of the Arts 2014