Angela Giuliani’s practice focuses on her passion for traditional jewellery making techniques.
Based in South Australia, Angela’s work evolves from the research stage through to adapting and stretching the boundaries of making techniques to create pieces that are both playful and imaginative. She cites a love of architecture, Art Deco objects and the 1917 art movement Neo-plasticism as influences.
Angela works with a range of materials: from precious metals, and gemstones, to stainless steel, perspex and rare earth magnets. In the making process, she employs the techniques of lathe turning, hand forging, stone setting, machine routing, milling and more.
In 2014, Angela was both the recipient of an Australia Council for the Arts grant and a Drink, Dine, Design, Emerging Designer Award showcasing South Australian design.
Her formal qualifications include a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design from Adelaide College of the Arts (TAFE South Australia), and training through the South Australian craft and design body, JamFactory.