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Wearable Objects

Helen Wyatt works at F Tanner Baker - a studio in Sydney, Australia. She forms her wearable objects using traditional and contemporary skills of jewellery. She is an arts writer and curates small works  at F Tanner Baker Mico-galleries at 60 Evans St Rozelle.



Helen Wyatt

She has a Masters of Visual Arts by research from Queensland College of Art. Her work is currently touring Australian Museums and Galleries with USE - curated by Lisa Bryan-Brown for JMGQ (Jewellery and Metalsmiths Group of Queensland) and at Artisan - Craft Queensland gallery in Brisbane. Along with thirteen other artists, she represented Australia at the Shanghai Contemporary Jewelry Biennnial. Her work has been selected for inclusion in State of Shine at Melbourne's Radiant Pavilion 2019.

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My small crafted objects are works of art that embody ideas and feelings drawn from marginal places. They enhance the person who wears them and they occupy a discreet space - an intermediate place - between the world and body.

The Artist



Thank you for your interest. For any inquiries, commission requests or studio visits, please contact Helen Wyatt today.

60 Evans St ROZELLE NSW Australia


Instagram: @ftannerbaker

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